Gabor Prehoffer
Chamber Music

He studied recorder with Rahel Stoellger at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna, from which he graduated in 2003. With the Viennese Orpheon Consort he has appeared in numerous concerts across Austria, Italy, Czech Republic and Hungary. He attended the summer master courses of Maurice van Lieshout and Han Tol and himself taught at similar courses in Schärding, Austria (1999), Jindřichův Hradec, Czech Republic (2000-2001), Bélapátfalva, Hungary (2003-2004) and Savaria Workshop in Szombathely. Since September 2002 he has been teaching recorder at the Szombathely Secondary School of Music.

About The Class


The recorder class is open to players of intermediate and advanced / professional level. Focus is put on working together with basso continuo. Participants are asked to take care of suitable literature, bringing with them the sheet music including the part of the accompaniment.

Chamber music

The course of chamber music is intended both for musicians and singers who are interested in performing together. Selection of music should be from the period 1600 – 1800. Besides ensembles formed beforehand, it will be possible to create more groups right on spot in Valtice – all are welcome.

I would be honoured to be able to take up the cembalo part within the chamber music class.

Suggested Repertoire

Any repertoire from between 1550 and 1770

Level Of Skills Required

3. Advanced and professionals

Maximum number of students

Recorders: 8 / Chamber music: 12

Active Participants – Recorders

    1. Barbora Špelinová
    2. Lucie Lerlová
    3. Barbora Formánková
    4. Zuzana Horáková
    5. Šárka Kučerová
    6. Nela Pazderová
    7. Aneta Dostálíková
    8. Karolína Hlinová

    1. Ivana Vítková (P)

Active Participants – Chamber Music

    1. Eva Polednová
    2. Alžběta Chlubnová
    3. Markéta Černá
    4. Johana Chlupáčová
    5. Karolína Sehnalová