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    12th International Summer Clarinet Workshop Domažlice (Czech Republic)

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    Stochovská 685/66
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    Czech Republic, Europe

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12th International Summer Clarinet Workshop Domažlice (Czech Republic)

26/7– 2/8/2021 players of any age (tuition fee 4000 CZK=160€)

26/7 – 2/8/2021 chamber music (fee 1100 CZK=45€)


Ludmila Peterková and Marek Švejkar
Piano: Michaela Hajíčková

This summer class is for any clarinet player, children under 15 years old need an adult accompany. We will follow the Covid 19 epidemic situation, we suppose that the certificate about vaccination or recovery from the illness or negative test will be neccesary. We will stay in contact.

The project was created thanks to the financial contributions of the Domažlice City and Buffet Crampon.

Thanks to all partners!

Marek Švejkar – clarinet

Marek Švejkar (1995), the first Czech clarinetist to be accepted to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris is a winner of multiple international competitions and was a member of the Chamber Music Academy in Prague until last year.

Marek graduated from the Prague conservatory in class of Milan Polák and Ludmila Peterková and Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris in class of Franck Amet and Paul Meyer. Right now Marek studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris with Philippe Berrod and Jerôme Comte.
Marek has gained a lot of positive experience in important competitions, such as: Concorso Internazionale per Clarinetto Carlino (IT) – 1 prize; Markneukirchener Wettbewerb (DE) – absolute winner; Contest of Conservatories (CZ) – 1 prize; International Woodwind Competition (PL) – 1 prize; Concorso Internazionale per Clarinetto Bari (IT) „Saverio Mercadante“ – 1 prize; Clarinet Competition „Czech Clarinet Art“ in Hořice (CZ) – 1 prize; Concorso Internazionale per Clarinetto Breno (IT) – 2 prize.

In 2013 he was nominated to participate at the Eurovision Young Musicians Contest where he acquired a third place. In January 2014 Marek played as a soloist with Czech Philharmonic orchestra conducted by Jiří Bělohlávek. In the same year he was chosen to participate in one of the biggest clarinet competitions in Paris – “Concours Debussy”, which helped him to go to study abroad. In 2015 Marek won the audition to join the Chamber music academy in Prague where he acted as a soloist until very recently and in 2016 recorded an album with phenomenal opera singer Eva Garajova. Prague Spring festival has invited Marek to perform within the scope of its 2017 season where he gave a solo debut recital at the Rudolfinum in Prague. During the same year he became a member of the Ensemble ECCE (Contemporary Ensemble of collective work) created by IRCAM (Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustics/Music) a world-famous Parisian institute dedicated to contemporary music. During year 2018 Marek was invited to record an album with Philippe Berrod and one year later played many concerts with Orchestre de Paris and Ensemble Intercontemporain under the leaderships of Daniel Harding, Matthias Pintscher and Sakari Oramo. In the same year Marek flew to Washington D.C. to play at the 30th Anniversary of the Velvet revolution where he performed at the Czech embassy. Later on performed concerts with the Karajan Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker in Berlin. In 2021 Marek is invited to give solo recitals in Estonia, Egypt and Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Michaela Hajíčková – piano

Michaela Hajíčková (1987) was born in Žatec (Czech Republic). In her five she started to play the piano, first in the class of a prof. Helena Mojdlova, later with Milan Dlouhý. In the year 2002 she entered the Conservatory in Teplice (Czech Republic), where she studied in the class of a prof. Věra Vlková. She continued her studies at the Academy of performing arts in Prague, between years 2007 and 2010 in the class of prof. Miroslav Langer, she graduated 2013 with prof. František Malý. She spent a half year at the Hochschule für Music und Theater Leipzig (2012) in the class of Alexander Meinel.

She improved her play during summer international masterclasses of Avo  Kouyoumdjian, Ivan Klánský, Vovka Ashkenazy, Pierre Jasmin, Frederic Lagarde, Irina Nevodova and others. During her studies she participated in national and international competitions (national conservatories competition 2004 – 2nd prize, Pro Bohemia Ostrava 2002 and 2004 – 3rd prize and a prize for the best Antonín Dvořák interpretation, Beethoven international competition Hradec nad Moravicí, Smetana international competition Pilsen, International piano competition in Valtidone, Italy, Johannes Brahms competition in  Pörtschach,  Austria, 2006 – 4th prize in a chamber music category).

Now she is a member of the TrioTones chamber ensemble and a piano professor at the Teplice Conservatory.