S5 Martin Hybler (1977) — Portrait

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

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Martin Hybler — piano

Barbora Kolářová — violin, concertmaster of the Prague Philharmonia

Milada Šulcová — violin

Daniela Bryndová — viola

Marie Krämerová Hynková — viola, Orchestral Academy of the Prague Philharmonia

Judita Škodová — cello

Marie Dorazilová — cello

Kateřina Ochmanová — piano

Jan Kořínek — double bass

Tomáš Hobzek — percussion

Guests: Vilém Veverka (oboe) and Kateřina Englichová (harp)

Martin Hybler (1977)
Lonely Self for solo violin, Op. 41 (2018)
Iason and Medea, myth for oboe and harp, Op. 50 (2021)
Linking Up for piano trio, Op. 37 (2014)
Earth’s Gravity for solo clarinet (2002)
DaDaDa DiDiDi Dialogue DüDüDü, dialogue for two string trios, Op. 53 (2022)
Baroque Unlimited for oboe and jazz trio (2021)
Gentlemen’s Return for oboe and jazz trio (2022)

Martin Hybler graduated in composition at the Prague Conservatory under Prof. Bohuslav Řehoř, where he simultaneously also studied conducting with Miroslav Košler and Miriam Němcová. In the years 1999—2009, he continued his studies of composition at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague in the composition class of Václav Riedlbauch and Ivan Kurz. He furthered his education through research fellowships abroad, namely at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg, and the ISA international composing classes in Mürzzuschlag, Austria.

He has written many opuses of contemporary music, including scores for solo instruments, chamber ensembles, and symphony orchestras. He is also a sought-after arranger for his stylistic versatility and feeling for the melodic line. He has arranged and instrumented compositions of the masters of classical music as well as pop and jazz (Miro Žbirka’s Symphonic Album, major orchestral suites such as Three Peanuts for Cinderella, Dracula, Karel Svoboda’s Night at Karlštejn).

At tonight’s concert, he will perform as a composer and pianist together with the evening’s distinguished guests—Kateřina Englichová and Vilém Veverka.

Tento koncert podpořilo Ministerstvo kultury ČR z grantového programu Rok české hudby/Smetana 200.

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