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Premsyl Vojta

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Premsyl Vojta

Přemysl Vojta won first prize in September 2010 and numerous special prizes at the ARD International Music Competition in Munich in 2011. In the same year, he was awarded the 'Beethoven Ring' after his debut at the Beethoven Festival in Bonn.

He was solo horn player of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and has been solo horn player of the WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln since December 2015.

Přemysl Vojta started his studies at the Brunn Music Academy with Olga Voldánová, continued at the Prague Conservatory with Bedřich Tylšar (1998-2004) and finished them at the Universität der Künste Berlin with Christian – Friedrich Dallmann (2004-2010).

Meanwhile, Přemysl Vojta is an experienced pedagogue himself. From 2010 to 2015 he taught at the University of the Arts Berlin and from 2015 to 2017 at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Köln.

As a soloist he has performed with orchestras such as the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, the Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, the WDR Sinfonieorchester, the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the Orchester des Staatstheater Wiesbadens, the Camerata Salzburg, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Wiener Chamber Orchestra, the Munich Chamber Orchestra and Prague Philharmonia.

In addition to his solo career, Přemysl devotes himself intensively to chamber music. He has collaborated with, among others, the Armida Quartett, Tobias Koch, Nicholas Daniel, the Stradivari Quartett, the Pražák Quartett, Jörg Widmann, Ye Wu, Tomáš Jamník, Fabrice Millischer, Sung Kwon You, Fredrik Ekdahl and Michael Massong.

Přemysl Vojta recorded the horn trio von Johannes Brahms for the Supraphon label. In 2013 he recorded “French horn in Prague” as a soloist on the same label, with works for horn and orchestra. His latest CD “Metamorphosis” with the pianist Tobias Koch was released in 2018 by the CAvi label. For this musical journey through time and along different soundscapes, he plays three different horns (Natural Horn Curtois, F-Horn Daniel Fuchs and a Doppelhoorn Alexander 103) and the pianist plays three different pianos (Conrad Graf, Pierre Erard and Steinway).

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