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Ladislav Jelinek: Classical works from a world renowned pianist.

For a degree in piano music Ladislav Jelinek attended the conservatory of Brno and studied under the famous Czech master, Prof F Schäfer at the Janácek Academy - JAMU in Brno.

He had already won, during his studies, the first Smetana Piano Contest in Hradec Králové, as well as the contest of the Czech Conservatories in Bratislava. Several times he received the Czech Musical Fond Award for his excellent interpretations of Czech and Russian compositions and in Florida was awarded the Orpheus Award for outstanding solo performances.

Until 1981 Ladislav Jelinek was employed as a pedagogue of the University of Brno and at the conservatory of Moravian Ostrava (professorship for piano as main subject). Since 1984 he has worked as a university teacher for piano at the Frankfurt am Main University for Music and the Performing Arts in Germany.

As piano soloist and chamber musician he is in constant demand and has given concerts in nearly all the European countries, North America and Asia. His repertoire includes all periods and styles of piano music. Ladislav collaborates with leading orchestras and soloists in both Europe and Asia.

He has made numerous recordings for:

  Bayerischer Rundfunk-München (Germany);
  Czech TV and radio;
  Südwestrundfunk (Germany);
  Japanese TV;
  Korean TV and radio;
  and on CD and DVD.

with compositions by:

  L van Beethoven;
  Liszt - Verdi;
  Liszt - Wagner;
  S.Prokofjew; and

Ladislav Jelinek gives his performances on some of the most significant stages of the world:

 Manuel de Falla - Alhambra (Granada - Spain);
 Alte Oper (Frankfurt - Germany);
 Chiesa di Santo Stefano - Teatro la Fenice (Venice - Italy);
 Dvořákova Síň - Rudolfinum (Prague - Czech Republic);
 Festival Internacional de musica de Morelia (Mexico);
 NHK TV (Tokyo - Japan); and
 KBS TV - Seoul Arts Center (Seoul - Korea).

"The pianist carried the audience away through his soft and affectionate interpretations, the relaxing play that does not put bravura on the masterly played decorations but makes them to decorative additions, and through his musicality, which gives the works expression and intensity."
Dr. Michael Jacob

  Ladislav Jelinek

[Ladislav Jelinek plays Beethoven by Ladislav Jelinek]

Sports football betting appLadislav Jelinek plays Beethoven

[Ladislav Jelinek plays Liszt by Ladislav Jelinek]

Ladislav Jelinek plays Liszt

[Ladislav Jelinek plays Smetana and Dvorak by Ladislav Jelinek]

Ladislav Jelinek plays Smetana and Dvorak

Ladislav Jelinek lives in Bad Homburg, Germany.

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