50th-masterclass 3 - 13th
Deadline for applications
31st May 2017
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Kategorie: Masterclasses



Zdeněk Šmukař

  • graduate from JAMU in Brno (1976)
  • a member of the State (later National) Theatre Brno from 1977 to 2008; nowadays he cooperates with this theatre as a guest singer
  • he has created several tenore roles which he has performed also at other stages (National Theatre Prague, stages in Olomouc, Opava, Pilsen) and abroad (Japan, Germany, Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Denmark, Luxembourg, France, etc.): Candide (L. Bernstein - Candide), Sou – Chong (F. Lehár – The Land of Smiles), Vašek (B. Smetana – The Bartered Bride), Jiří (A. Dvořák – The Jacobin), Don Ottavio (W. A. Mozart - Don Giovanni), Belmonte (W. A. Mozart – Die Einführung aus dem Serail), Lensky (P. I. Tchaikovsky - Eugene Onegin), Števa (L. Janáček - Jenufa), Kudrijáš (L. Janáček - Katya Kabanova), and others
  • engaged in concert singing (around 60 performances of Janáček´s The Diary of One Who Disappeared attracts attention in the Czech Republic as well as abroad, more than 100 concerts in German spa and healts resorts in 90´s and last, but not least cooperation with leading orchestras - Czech Philharmonic, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Brno Philharmonic, Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra in Zlín)
  • recordings in Czech broadcast and television
  • a jury member of national and international singing competitions (jury member of A. Dvořák´s International Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary, chairman of the B. Martinů singing competition, singing competition Pro Bohemia Ostrava, singing competition in Olomouc)
  • a voice teacher and Head of the Voice Department at the Faculty of Music of JAMU

Tutition description

The master classes are appropriate to preparation for competitions or for entrance examination at high schools or universities with artistic specialization (conservatories, music academies, etc.)

The applicants can prepare songs and opera repertoire with focus on Czech music (Smetana, Dvořák, Janáček, Martinů).

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