Václav Petr

Klassische Musik Tschechien
S Václav Petr

Vergangene Konzerte

Tchaikovsky´s Fifth Praha 1, Rudolfinum mo., 03.05.2021 19:30 Tchaikovsky´s Fifth
New Year’s Concert Praha 1, Rudolfinum fr., 01.01.2021 20:00 New Year’s Concert
New Year´s Eve Afternoon Concert of Czech Philharmonic Praha 1, Rudolfinum do., 31.12.2020 17:00 New Year´s Eve Afternoon Concert of Czech Philharmonic
Special Forenoon New Years´s Eve Dress Rehearsal of Czech Philharmonic Praha 1, Rudolfinum do., 31.12.2020 11:00 Special Forenoon New Years´s Eve Dress Rehearsal of Czech Philharmonic
Česká filharmonie & Semyon Bychkov & Václav Petr Praha 1, Rudolfinum sa., 05.09.2020 20:00 Česká filharmonie & Semyon Bychkov & Václav Petr
Dvořák Prague Festival – Opening Concert Praha 1, Rudolfinum fr., 04.09.2020 20:00 Dvořák Prague Festival – Opening Concert

Videos

Václav Petr  E. Ysaye: Cello Sonata Op.28 (1st Movement)  Václav Petr – E. Ysaye: Cello Sonata Op.28 (1st Movement) 5:21 33 ×

Über Václav Petr

Václav Petr began playing the cello at the age of four under the guidance of Mirko Škampa. At the age of twelve, Václav Petr had his first solo performance with an orchestra. In 2004, 2006 and 2008 he appeared as a soloist at the Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum in Prague, accompanied by the PKF – Prague Philharmonia within the “Josef Suk Presents Young Talents” cycle. He has also performed abroad, in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Hungary, Croatia and other countries.

On the basis of a recording, he was selected to participate in the 2010 European Music Academy in Bonn, guided by Wolfgang Boettcher, who also taught him in July of the same year at the 40th International Master Classes in Vaduz. In 2010 he was selected to join Marie Kliegel’s class within the Holland Music Sessions.

Václav Petr is also an active chamber player. Since 2009 he has been a member of Ensemble Taras (formerly the Taras Piano Trio), with whom in 2010 he won 1st prize at the international music competition in Val Tidone, Italy. In 2012, he and the violinist Radim Kresta (as a violin-cello duo) came third in the Salieri-Zinetti International Chamber Music Competition and a year later (as a piano quartet, with the violist Eva Krestová and the pianist Václav Mácha) they won the competition. In 2013 the quartet won the prestigious Premio Trio di Trieste, which resulted in their being afforded the opportunity to record a CD and DVD and tour Europe and the USA.

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