Eva Hutyrová

Eva Hutyrová

*1981, Zlín

pianist

 

 


 


 

She belongs to the performers – pianists of the young generation who are interested in classical music but at the same time who look at the context of contemporary music.

She manifested her unique style at the graduation concert by which she graduated from the Conservatory in Brno. She performed the Concert for Piano and Strings by Jan Novák with the Moravian Chamber Orchestra in the Meeting House (Besední dům) in Brno. Then she continued her studies at the Prague Academy of Performing Arts in the class of Emil Leichner.

She expanded her interpretive skills and knowledge by the participation in several international piano courses led by Pierre Jasmin, Walter Groppenberger, Eugen Indjic, Avo Kouyoumdjian, etc.

During her studies she participated in many competitions, e.g. Concertino Praga (3rd prize), Competition of Conservatories (2nd prize), Smetana International Piano Competition, Bohuslav Martinů Foundation Interpretation Competition, etc.

She is a popular chamber musician, performing both in the Czech Republic (the Moravian Autumn Festival, the Prague Spring, Prague Days of Contemporary Music, Forfest) and abroad (Austria, Germany, Slovakia, France, Ukraine and others).

She has collaborated with the Konvergence since 2005 and during that time she has carried out a number of solo and chamber compositions in Czech or world premieres. Her playing features high precision and emphasis on sound balance that is closely related to understanding of the performed work as a whole.

During her studies at the Academy of Music she founded The Fortyfingers Quartet together with her piano classmates. They try to introduce child audience to the world of classical music in an entertaining way.

She regularly records for the Czech Radio and the Czech Television.

 

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