Jana Švadlenková
Natural horn
Brass ensemble


Born in Tábor, she studied at the Prague Conservatory in the class of Bedřich Tylšar, the Faculty of Music of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague under the guidance of prof. Zdeněk Tylšar and at the same time the Berlin Universität der Künste in Berlin under Christian Dallmann. Here, among other things, she received an education in the interpretation of period instruments. In 2013 she completed her doctoral program at HAMU in the field of theory of interpretation and obtained a Ph.D. She is the winner of several competitions (Concertino Praga 1998, Brass Instruments Competition in Brno 1998 – also absolute victory and 2005, International Brass Instruments Competition in Brno 2007). In 2007 she was awarded an honorable mention at the Prague Spring International Interpretation Competition. Her previous engagement brought her to the Czech Philharmonic, the Bremen Chamber Philharmonic and the Staatskapelle Dresden. Since 2013 she is the first horn player of the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra. She cooperates with Baroque orchestras Musica Florea, Capella Regia, Collegium 1704, AKAMUS Berlin. As a soloist she performed with the Pardubice Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and the Decin Symphony Orchestra. She teaches at the Prague Conservatory, HAMU in Prague and at the Music Grammar School of Prague.

About The Class

Students of any age and level with repertoire to cca 1820 of their own choice are welcome.

Level Of Skills Required

All levels

Teaching Languages

Czech, English, German

Active Participants – Natural horn

    1. Ondřej Klimeš
    2. Barbora Mišoňová
    3. Václav Sedláček
    4. František Souček
    5. Jindřich Novák

Active Participants – Brass ensemble