• Stefan Margita - tenor

    Stefan Margita - tenor

    Czech tenor Štefan Margita is represented by the Camerata Agency within the Czech Republic and Slovakia. During his long international career, he has performed on almost all major European and overseas opera stages such as Metropolitan Opera in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Houston, São Paulo, Paris, Berlin, Rome, Milan, Madrid, Amsterdam, and hosted at prestigious festivals in Salzburg, Ludwigsburg, Bregenz and Edinburgh. Štefan Margita also devotes extensive concert activities. 

  • Roman Hoza - baritone

    Roman Hoza - baritone

    Roman Hoza finished his studies at the Janáček's Academy of Performing Arts Brno and an internship at the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna. He was a member of Deutsche Oper am Rhein Opera Studio in Düsseldorf / Duisburg, where he makes his guest performance also in the season 2016/2017. He is a permanent cast member of the National Theatre Brno and regularly performs in the National Theatre in Prague and National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava.

  • Jan Čmejla - piano

    Jan Čmejla - piano

    Jan Čmejla was born in 2003 in Prague. He has been playing the piano since the age of six. Since 2018 he has been a student at the Prague Conservatory. He is a winner of many competitions in the Czech Republic and abroad. Thanks to his competitive successes he had an opportunity to perform with the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, the Prague Symphony Orchestra and with Václav Hudeček as part of the Festival of Music Holidays. He is a laureate of the prestigious prize "Golden Nut" (2013) addressed to the most talented children in the Czech Republic and of the Kern Foundation Prize awarded by excellent Russian pianist Olga Kern. Since 2018 he has been a student of the Prague Conservatory.

  • Markéta Cukrová - mezzo-soprano

    Markéta Cukrová - mezzo-soprano

    Markéta Cukrová belongs to the most sought-for Czech soloists in the field of historically informed music. She gives guest performances in the National Theatre in Prague, National Theatre in Brno and Košice State Theatre. She regularly cooperates with Italian ensemble Mala Punica and Belgian Club Mediéval, in the Czech Republic she regularly performs with Collegium Marianum, Musica Florea, Czech Ensemble Baroque or Ensemble 18+.

  • Adam Plachetka - bassbaritone

    Adam Plachetka - bassbaritone

    Adam Plachetka is represented by the Camerata Agency within the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Beeing one of the most succesful bass-baritones of today, his engagements include appearances at the Salzburger Festspiele, Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London, Musikverein in Vienna, Glyndebourne Festival, Teatro alla Scala in Milan or Metropolitan Opera in New York.

  • Olga Šroubková - violin

    Olga Šroubková - violin

    Olga Šroubková is an absolvent of Prague Conservatory and Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover, where she continues her masters studies. She is a laureate of several international competitions (Rodolfo Lipizer Prize, International Competition Prague Spring, Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition etc.). At present, she is guest concertmaster of the Czech Philharmonic.

  • Eben Trio

    Eben Trio

    Terezie Fialová - piano
    Roman Patočka - violin
    Jiří Bárta - violoncello

  • Vojtěch Spurný - conductor

    Vojtěch Spurný - conductor

    Vojtěch Spurný is a prominent Czech conductor, piano and harpsichord player and music instructor. His conducting career has seen him collaborate with the prestigious opera scenes and orchestras; he also actively performs on early keyboard instruments. At present, he is a chief conductor of the Silesian Theater in Opava and a permanent guest conductor of the South Bohemian Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Richard Samek - tenor

    Richard Samek - tenor

    Richard Samek is a permanent cast member of the Staatsoperette Dresden and regularly performs in the National Theatre in Prague, J. K. Tyl Theatre in Pilsen, National Theatre Brno, National Moravia-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava, Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava, Semperoper Dresden, Theater Magdeburg and Theater und Philharmonie Essen.

  • Svatopluk Sem - baritone

    Svatopluk Sem - baritone

    Svatopluk Sem is a permanent guest of the National Theatre in Prague, J. K. Tyl Theatre in Pilsen, National Theatre Brno, National Moravia-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava and South Bohemian Theatre in České Budějovice. He is a laureate of the Thalia Award for the Best Male Opera Performance in 2017.

  • Kateřina Kněžíková - soprano

    Kateřina Kněžíková - soprano

    Kateřina Kněžíková is a permanent cast member of the National Theatre in Prague and make guest appearances in the National Theatre Brno, the F. X. Šalda Theatre Liberec, J. K. Tyl Theatre in Pilsen, National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava or Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava.

  • Jan Kučera - conductor, composer

    Jan Kučera - conductor, composer

    A conductor, composer and pianist Jan Kučera is one of the most versatile Czech artists. As a composer he intervenes in many areas, he composes symphonic, chamber, song and scenic compositions. As a conductor he cooperates with leading Czech orchestras, with whom he performed or directed more than one hundred symphonic pieces. He is an author of comic opera Red Mary and Ballet Three Musketeers and The Taming of a Wicked Woman. Currently he is a chief conductor of the Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra.

  • Karel Vrtiška - piano

    Karel Vrtiška - piano

    Karel Vrtiška completed his master's degree at the Hochschule für Musik in Nuremberg and a master's degree at the Academy of Performing Arts in the class of Professor M. Kasík. He received the title of laureate of the International Smetana Competition in Pilsen in 2014. He currently works at the Department of Piano Co-operation at HAMU and is engaged in solo concert activities in the Czech Republic and abroad.

  • David Nykl - bass

    David Nykl - bass

    David Nykl is a house soloist of the National Theater in Brno and a guest singer of the National Theater in Prague, J. K. Tyl Theatre in Pilsen, the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava and South Bohemian Theatre in České Budějovice.

  • Kristýna Vylíčilová - soprano

    Kristýna Vylíčilová - soprano

    Kristýna Vylíčilová finished her studies at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. She gives guest performances in the Moravian Theater Olomouc, South Bohemian Theater and in the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre. Kristýna regularly performs various genres - from baroque to contemporary art.

  • Dagmar Pecková - mezzo-soprano

    Dagmar Pecková - mezzo-soprano

    Dagmar Pecková performed during her successful professional career on world's most renowned opera and concert stages (Bayerische Staatsoper, Carnegie Hall New York, Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, San Francisco Opera etc.), at prestigious international music festivals (Edinburg International Festival, Salzburger Festspiele a. o.) and with leading orchestras under the direction of world-renowned conductors.

  • Eduard Šístek - violoncello

    Eduard Šístek - violoncello

    Eduard Šístek studied at the Prague Conservatoire and at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. In the academic year 2015/16 he successfully passed the internship at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. Since 2011 he has been a permanent member of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. He is a laureate of the Leoš Janáček international competition 2013, Contests of the Bohuslav Martinů Foundation and the International Music Competition Beethoven's Hradec 2018.

  • KATTA - organ

    KATTA - organ

    A musical expeditionary with a pioneering spirit, Katta is changing perceptions of the organ (both inside and outside the church) and challenging traditional notions of its limits. With her sleek, custom-built touring organ and film-star looks, Katta is not your average organist. More and more attention is attracted to her compositions, in which she uses her voice, opens new sound worlds and shows how organs can sound in the 21st century. She a laureate of Classic Prague Awards 2018 for her crossover project Vox Organi.