Michaela Ambrosi
Baroque & Classical flute

Michaela Ambrosi is both modern and historical flute player, pedagogue, and music researcher. As a soloist, chamber, and orchestral player, she also performed on many European stages together with ensembles focused on early music. She graduated at the Prague Conservatoire, Charles University in Prague, Royal Conservatory of The Hague, Conservatorio di Verona and at the Mozarteum University Salzburg. Michaela received a doctral degree for her work on the life and compositions of Georg Czarth at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno, where she also established herself as a teacher of historical transverse flutes. Michaela works also as an editor of eighteenth-century sheet music by neglected Bohemian composers. Notably, she recorded some of these compositions for the Czech Radio, and in 2020, Radioservis made a release of her first solo CD named Jiří Čart / Georg Czarth – Forgotten Flute Sonatas.

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About The Class

The class will be open for players at all skill levels – from the ones who recently started playing the traverso up to advanced flutists who need to focus and practice particular aspects of their playing.

Suggested Repertoire

Repertoire of the class will be focused on pieces by German composers. Advanced students are encouraged to bring different piece for each lesson including one of the Telemann’s Fantasia. Students with classical flute can prepare e.g., Rondo for flute and piano by F. X. Mozart. Beginners can bring their own music to study from any composer as well as to ask the lector beforehand for some tips on the repertoire. The essential sheet music will be available onsite.

Level Of Skills Required

all levels

Maximum number of students


Teaching Languages

Czech, English, Italian

Active Participants – Baroque & Classical fluteorgan

    1. Monika Čermáková
    2. Magdalena Křivohlavá
    3. Lenka Říhová
    4. Anna Špelinová
    5. Laura Kopřivová
    6. Žofie Součková
    7. Martin Kusy
    8. Lucie Sochová
    9. Luciano Lagazzi (P)