Magdalena Malá
Baroque Violin (not only) for beginners
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Magdalena studied violin at the Prague Conservatory (Prof. D. Zárubová) and historical performance practice at the Týn School – Collegium Marianum (Charles University) with MgA L. Torgersen. She has also taken part in numerous early music masterclasses and workshops, with C. Mackintosch, K. Debretzeni, D. Deuter, L. Russel, A. Steck, R. Richter, M. Glodeanu, among others.

She appears regularly on the concert platform, where she frequently performs with leading baroque ensembles and orchestras such as Musica Florea, Capella Regia Praha, Collegium Marianum, Collegium 1704, Ensemble Inégal, Harmonia Delectabilis, Hipocondria ensemble, Musica Salutaris, Musica Figuralis, Temperament 430, and Ensemble Fiorello. Since 2010, Magdalena has been leader and soloist for Ensemble 18+, which presents original interpretations of Czech classical repertoire.

Magdalena also performs frequently, both as a soloist and as a chamber musician, at many festivals in the Czech Republic and abroad, and is involved in many international early music projects, CD recordings, and broadcasts for radio and television.

About The Class

Students are expected to have least three years of violin study (students who have mastered the holding of the instrument and can therefore focus on the music study).

Each student is entitled to three individual lessons in the duration of 45 minutes.

415 Hz tuning is not a necessary precondition.

Viola players are welcome as well.

Suggested Repertoire

Choice of repertoire according to the skill level of the participant. Please do not forget to bring music sheets with the accompaniment or basso continuo.

Level Of Skills Required

all levels

Maximum number of students

8