Lenka Matejáková

Artist photo of Lenka Matejáková - Violin

The Czech violinist Lenka Matějáková received violin lessons at the Prague Music School when she was five years old and gave her orchestra debut at the age of seven. She continued her training at the Prague Conservatory. In addition, she studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and successfully completed her Master’s degree at the Dresden College of Music.

Lenka Matějáková won the International Violin Competition in Nová Paka in the Czech Republic and also received both Second Prize at the Stefanie Hohl Competition in Vienna in 2010 and the eco Award from BASF Schwarzheide in 2013.

Lenka Matějáková is a scholarship holder of the Brücke/Most Foundation and the DAAD. She has participated in masterclasses with Semion Jarosevish, Charles Avsharian, Regis Pasquier, Alberto Lysy, Stephen Schipps, Niklas Schmidt and Valentin Erben and Václav Hudeček. A joint tour with Václav Hudeček took her throughout the Czech Republic. She has already performed as a soloist with renowned Czech and German orchestras. Successful recitals have taken her all over Europe.

In 2009 she released a CD with the Puella Trio which received the “Recording of the Month Award” (MusicWeb International London) and the IRR Outstanding rating (International Record Review). From 2012 to 2013 Lenka Matějáková was a member of the Giuseppe Sinopoli Academy of the Staatskapelle Dresden. At the same time she founded the Ensemble International with her longtime chamber music partners (members of the Staatskapelle Dresden).

Lenka Matějáková plays a violin by Nicolas François Vuillaume from 1863.

Photo: anna.s

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CDs released by GENUIN

with Lenka Matejáková

CD album cover 'Duo animé' (GEN 19671) with Lenka Matejáková, Dariya Hrynkiv

Duo animé

Werke von Antonín Dvorak, Leoš Janácek,
Bohuslav Martinu und Josef Suk

Lenka Matejáková Violin
Dariya Hrynkiv Piano

GEN 19671  –  4.10.2019