S4 Slovak female composers: Jana Kmiťová (1976) and Lenka Novosedlíková (1989)

Contemporary music series S
Studio of Švanda Theater
Štefánikova 57, Praha 5

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Members of the PKF—Prague Philharmonia and their guests

Jana Kmiťová
Studien for flute, violin and piano (1997)

Lenka Novosedlíková
VPD for violin, piano and cello (2021)

Jana Kmiťová
Auf dem Boden des Tages for clarinet and piano (1998)

Lenka Novosedlíková
Chamber Music I for any 2 groups of players; conceptual composition with video projection

Jana Kmiťová
Abschiedsfragmente for oboe and string quartet (2006)

Lenka Novosedlíková
Allusion to U. H. for 4 performers and electronics (2022)

Two ladies, representatives of the contemporary Slovak composition school, Jana Kmiťová and Lenka Novosedlíková, will present the importance of the female element among composers.

Jana Kmiťová (born 1976): Slovak composer, poet, painter, living and working in Vienna, graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava and the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. She has successfully participated in important composition courses all over the world (France, Switzerland, Austria, Japan, etc.).

Lenka Novosedlíková (born 1989): Slovak composer and writer; studied composition and percussion at the Bratislava Conservatory. She also pursued composition at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava under Vladimír Godár and Marián Lejava, and percussion at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno. She is a member of several prominent musical ensembles.

Photo credit: Martina Levásovská

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