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W. A. Mozart: Grand Partita
Abschlusskonzert am 17.4.2016
Artists > Soloists
Petr Nouzovský is a graduate of the Conservatory in Prague (Jan Páleníček, Jiří Bárta) and the Music Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Miroslav Petráš). He continued in his
studies at the Dresden School of Music with Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt. He will complete his studies at the Royal Conservatory in Madrid. He has improved his art with more than ten world-renowned violoncellists in master courses all over the world. (Mstislav Rostropovich, Boris Pergamenschikov, David Geringas, Franz Helmerson, etc…)
Already as a student of the Conservatory, he saw his first international success in the form of an invitation to the Piatigorsky Seminar in Los Angeles, where only ten cellists from around the world were invited. Following a great success there, he was again invited in 2006.
During the period of his studies at the Prague Academy of Performing Arts he received an invitation from the Dean of the school to present the award titles for university teachers with the participation of Czech President Václav Klaus.
The start of his career was an invitation to the international music festival Prague Spring 2005. Thanks to a successful recital he is a frequent guest at our most prestigious Festival (2007, 2009, 2010). Among his other festival invitations are included, for example, the Kammermusik Festival in Bolzano, Kyoto International Music Festival and the Bratislava Music Celebrations. Peter is a sought-after solo player at home and abroad. Worth mentioning are also invitations to the festival famous pianist Paul Gililova in Germany and many orchestras (Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic etc...) under the leadership of conductors as Leoš Svárovský, Peter Vronsky, Peter Feranec and Mischa Rachlevsky.
Thanks to a victory in the contest New Master Tour 2007 he also performed solo concerts in Russia (Moscow Conservatory Hall, Glinkův Hall, St Petersburg), Holland (Diligentia Theater in Den Haag, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam) and Slovakia (Philharmonic Hall). His other international activities include frequent recitals in Japan, Spain and Poland. For the period of the German study received the prestigious European award Förderpreis für Musik 2007
Peter is also a popular chamber player. His chamber music partners include Václav Hudeček, Martin Kasík, Mariana Lapšanského, Martina Janková, Gerard Wyss, Kateřina Englichová, Jiří Hlaváč, the Zemlinsky Quartet and the Stamic Quartet.
By 2009, he had made or co-recorded seven CDs for the companies CUBE Bohemia, Multisonic, Albany Records and Radioservis. He does not limit himself only to classical music, but his occasional activities
include collaboration with Marta Kubišová and Rod Stewart.
In 2005 he founded the South Bohemia Chamber Festival, of which he is director. Since January 2009, he is the chairman o.s. of the Young Forum bringing together the top young Czech interpretative artists and organizing the festival of the same name in Prague, at the Martinů Hall. He was appointed a member of the Arts Discussion.
Awaiting Peter in 2010 is the Dvorak Concerto for Cello with the Czech Philharmonic, as part of an invitation to the Chamber Symphony Orchestra cycle, the Czech Chamber Society Philharmonic, and a re-appearance at the Prague Spring Festival.
He plays the "Miroslav Komár 2008" and "Jean Baptiste Vuillaume 1835" cellos.
He is sponsored by the Oscar und Vera Ritter Stiftung in Hamburg foundation.