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Ludmila Peterková, the most important Czech clarinetist of the young generation, has already performed in
countries all over Europe, and appeared at home in prestigious events such as the concert for the meeting
of the IMF and World Bank in Prague (with the Czech Philharmonic conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy). She
enjoys playing contemporary classical music, and won the Classic 94 Prize for her premiere of a new concerto
Clarinettino by O. Kukal. She is a founder member of the successful ensemble In modo camerale and the Prague
Chamber Philharmonic, with whom she has worked for four years as solo clarinetist. Since 2000 she has had an
exclusive contract with the recording company Supraphon. Her most recent CD won the prestigious Harmonie Prize
for best recording of the year.