Every programme we prepare is linked with artists from different genres to enrich your experience.
Klavírní trio č. 1 op. 32
Tři nokturna pro klavírní trio
Four music videos
Svita z opery “Porgy a Bess”
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Currently, we are cooperating with:
fotografkou Dorotheou Bylica
režisérem Jaroslavem Čížkem
filmovým zvukařem Ladislavem Greinerem
skladatelem Romanem Haasem
makeup artistkou Vendulou Zachovalou
a baletem Národního divadla moravskoslezského
We are a piano trio. We love classical music. It is joy, passion, inspiration and liberation. Sharing these moments is our greatest addiction. Music allows us to connect with people of many different interest and talents. It amuses and attracts us.
We have come a long way and done a lot of work, which fortunately never ends. We have won many competitions (Maria Yudina Competition, Russia; Charles Hennen Concours, Netherlands; Bohuslav Martinu Competition, Prague; Rovere d´Oro, Italy...), we played on the world stage (Prague Spring; Festspiele Meclenburg-Vorpommern, Germany; Flaneries Musicales de Reims, France; Allegro vivo, Austria; Pablo Casals Festival, Spain...) and we have learnt from renowned artists (Niklas Schmidt, Menahem Pressler, Valentin Erben, Guarneri Trio, Miró Quartet, Michel Lethiec, Juhani Lagerspetz..).
We have received the "Recording of the Month" (Musicweb international London) and "IRR Outstanding" (International record review) awards for our records we prepared for the Arco Diva company.
We enjoy travels, discussions and exploring. We never say no to good food, Czech beer and Moravian wine.
Adéla was born in Prague where she graduated at the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU). She enriched her education at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia in Rome, at the Meadowmount School of Music v USA and at the Dartington School of Music in Totnes, England. During her studies she gained experience and awards in the following competitions: Prague Junior Note, Concertino Praga, Concorso Argento in Gioia del Colle, International Piano Competition for Young Musicians or Forum per Tasti. She played the piano on the stage at home and abroad. She presented herself to the Prague audience during the Prague Spring Festival at the “St. Lawrence Concert Season” by “Romantický Novoměstský klavír” or at the “Martinu Piano Festival”. Since her studies, Adéla`s greatest passion has been chamber music. For many years, she has been a répétiteur at the Studio Zvonky Praha choir and the Abbellimento chamber choir. Together, they have experienced many successful concert and competition journeys to Germany, Austria and the US. Last but not least, she enjoys teaching at the Prague Grammar and Music School.
Markéta was born in South Moravia and she studied in Germany at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, Mendelssohn Summerschool, and in Switzerland at the Hochschule Musik Luzern and Verbier Festival Academy. She won her highest awards in the following competitions: Concours de musique du Lyceum Club International de Suisse, Masefield Prize, Edwin Fischer Wettbewerb, Leoš Janáček Competition, etc. Chamber music brings her many occasions to meet people and travel. She presented herself in the USA, Asia and the whole of Europe. Among other places, Markéta played at the Prague Spring Festival, at the Kennedy Center of Performing Arts in Washington and at the Festival de Musique Montreux. She recorded her music with the Arco Diva company, JB Record, radio and television.
Eva was born in Nitra, Slovakia and she graduated in violin at the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU). Eva learns most from being part of three chamber orchestras. Apart from the Puella Trio, where she plays the violin, she succeeded in the challenging task to play the viola at the Josef Suk Piano Quartet and the Kaprálová String Quartet. Eva received many awards in world competitions such as AMC Premio Trio di Trieste and Sallieri-Zinetti Chamber Music Competition. For many years, she played the violin in the renowned Pavel Haas String Quartet and she travelled with them the whole world (she played for example at the Carnegie Hall in New York, the Wigmore Hall in London, the Herkulessaal in Munich or at Louvre in Paris) and she was awared the highest “Gramophone Award”. Eva recorded seven CDs for the Supraphon, Arco Diva, Limen Music and Azzura Music companies. She recorded also with BBC, the NHK Japanese television and the Czech television.