Veronika Kozlovská


In Czech Philharmonic
January 1998

Also plays in
Panenka Piano Trio

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After graduating from the Prague Conservatory in the class of Professor Jaroslav Foltýn, she was enrolled at the Prague Academy of Performing Arts and studied with professors Václav Snítil and Petr Messiereur. She completed a six-month study stay in Switzerland and at the Mozart Academy in Salzburg. Among various masterclass courses, she attended lectures of Valery Gradow in Mannheim, studied with members of the Amadeus Quartet in Vienna, Paris Trio in France and Orpheus Quartet in the Netherlands. In 1993, she became the deputy concert master of the Suk Chamber Orchestra. Later in 1995, she co-founded the Piano Trio Artemiss which won the Czech Chamber Music Society Award in 2002. She has played in the Panenka Piano Trio since 2005.
She won the 3rd prize at the Bohuslav Martinů Competition and the International Chamber Music Competition Stichting Charles Hennen Concours in the Netherlands. She was the semi-finalist of the Premio trio di Trieste Chamber Music Competition and the 4th Chamber Music Competition in Osaka. As a soloist, she has performed with the Suk Chamber Orchestra, Talich Chamber Orchestra, Janáček Chamber Orchestra and has recorded CDs for Arco Diva, Japanese label Octavia Records and numerous pieces for the Czech Radio and Czech TV.