About Alice Bauer
Alice Bauer graduated from Jaroslav Ježek Conservatory, where in addition to singing in Virginia also donated Walterové to the study of the piano with Zdeněk Páleníčka.
With immediate Film Orchestra composer and conductor Varhana Orchestroviče Bauer, whose work combines elements of classical music with jazz, in particular, cooperate in the recording of incidental music for the Czech theatre (eg. Diary of Anne Frank, 2006), films (eg. Eliska liked the wildness, 1999) and documents (eg. Nothing more than Prague, 2000).
In 2006 she sang coloratura ARIA kvasibarokní to Miloš Forman film Goya’s ghosts recorded in collaboration with the London Symphony Orchestra under the baton of v. o. Bauer. With him and his Orchestra also performs. The program of the concerts is made up of primarily film melodies as the original, as well as from the pen conductor.
In addition to his own jazz trio (d. Fiedler-SNES, Štursa-cb) operates in the original Prague Pavel Klikarem Synkopickém Orchestra directed, with whom she recorded the boards Going Crazy with the Blues (2002), and Sweet Like This (2005).
She has appeared in the singing role in the theatre performances in English Apples and Hearts, which was commissioned in Amsterdam and played in Prague within the framework of the Festival this summer 2005. Alternuje also in the role of singer with Daniela Raichovou in theatre stagings Petra Čtvrtníčka Ivánku, my friend. Copyrighted is active mainly as a poet writing in English.