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 Michaela Šrůmová
She was born in Prague and studied solo singing at the Prague State Conservatory under the guidance of prof. Olga Jiráková. During her studies she attended master classes of Summer Early Music in Valtice in Moravia lead by the British professor James Griffis.

After her studies she successfully participated in the Emmy Destinn International Singing Competition in České Budějovice.

At the event of Contemporary Music Marathon in Prague, she performed in a minimalist piece of Steeve Reich - Tehillim.

She became a regular guest in the PSO Concert Department, with whom, among the others attended the live recordings of the renewed Czech premiere of Gluck's opera Ezio in the role of the Emperor Valentinian.
She successfuly played the role Princess Drahomíry in the world premiere of the oratorio Saint Wenceslaus composer Martin Kumžák.
Successfully graduated from the master classes of famous tenor José Cura.

She regularly attends prestigious music festivals in Znojmo, Litomyšl, Olomouc, Třebíč, Brno, Náměšť nad Oslavou, Ostrava (St. Wenceslas Music Festival) where she performed in operas by W.A.Mozart - Don Giovanni, J.Haydn - Il Mondo della Luna, H.Purcell - King Arthur, J.Mysliveček - Motezuma and oratorio Judas Maccabaeus, Messiah, Creation, Vespera, etc.

In foreign countries she has performed in Germany, France, Sweden, Japan, Egypt, Poland and Slovakia.

She collaborated with number of renowned conductors, among them: H.Rilling, O.Dohnányi, J.Talich, T.Netopil, R.Válek, Z.Müller, V.Luks, P.Vronský, V.Spurný, M.Štryncl, O.Lenárd, I.Dénes, M.Izaki and with major orchestras such as Prague Symphony Orchestra, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra Ostrava, Czech Ensemble Baroque Orchestra, Talich Chamber Orchestra, The Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Kosice Philharmonic Orchestra, Egyptian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, South Bohemian Philharmonia, Capella da Camera.

She is currently the member of the National Theatre, for which she studied the operas: L.Janáček: Jenufa, W.A. Mozart: Idomeneo, L.Janáček: Katya Kabanova, A.Dvořák: Rusalka, B.Britten: Gloriana, L.Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen.
In role of Anna she successfully hosted in opera by O.Nikolaie - Merry Wives of Windsor played in The J.K.Tyl Theatre in Pilsen.
Currently performing in the legendary Studio Ypsilon Prague in the musical comedy Get Mozart's on the motives The Magic Flute W.A.Mozarta in the role of Pamina.
Upon the invitation of the Egyptian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra she performed at the gala New Year's concert in Cairo with a selection of famous Viennese operettas by F.Lehár, E.Kálmán and J.Strauss and since then, often to the operetta in its activity returns.
In collaboration with a dance troupe of Hradišťan, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic orchestra and The Ensemble Baroque Orchestra, she also agreed to participate in the projects of Kytice - Martinů and the Czech Christmas Mass - J.J.Ryba.

She cooperates with the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra Ostrava, Capella da Camera and Talich Chamber Orchestra, with whom she performed among other things at the final concert of music festival in France Bergerac.
She also established cooperation with a significant composer and pianist Karel Růžička - Celebration Jazz Mass.
For many years, she is dedicated to collaboration with the Film Symphony Orchestra and the Barrandov film studios on domestic and foreign film productions music.






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