Milan Rericha - Magic Clarinet

Musiker - Magic clarinet: unforgettable event with internationaly respected clarinet virtuoso Milan Rericha

Was wir anbieten

Would you like to add an unforgettable performance to your event? Would you like to organize a concert or a Master Class? Contact us!

Internationally respected clarinet virtuoso and teacher Milan Rericha performs as a soloist and teaches master classes around the world.His rich program in 2016 included invitations for solo concerts with orchestras such as Mozart Chamber Orchestra, Carisch Orchestra di Milan, Accademia Orchestra, Simon Bolívar Orchestra, North Czech Philharmonic and others, concert tour in China, USA and South America, leading of Master Classes all over the world. A part from his solo performances and pedagogical activities he can be seen at many presentations of RZ Woodwind Manufacturing, successful Czech company making hand crafted woodwind instruments.

Milan Rericha - Magic Clarinet picture

Mitglieder-Nummer: 2

Sprachen: Deutsch, Englisch, Italienisch, Französisch

Abfahrtspunkt: Lugano (CH)

Wir reisen bis: 500 km

Geeignet für: Firmenanlass, Hochzeit, Festival, Zeremonie, Feier, Saisonaler Anlass

Tonanlage: Wir haben keine

Lichtanlage: Haben wir nicht

Stornierungsbedingungen: Standard

Um aufzutreten brauchen wir: We do not have any specific technical requirements - all details can be discussed.

Very wide repertoire -> can be defined based on the setup of the event.
MILAN RERICHA, born 1973, has shown an exceptional musical talent since his early childhood. At the age of nine he started to play clarinet (by B. Ptáček ).In 1993, he completed his studies with distinction at the Conservatory in Teplice (1, V. Zíka) and in 1997 he graduated with distinction from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Professors V. Mareš, J. Hlavaáč, T. Koutník and obtained the degree of Master of Arts. In 1997, he successfully completed his studies at the International Academy of Contemporary Music at the Paris Conservatoire in the class of A. Damiens and worked with D. Robertson and P. Boulez.In 1997, he was granted a scholarship of the Swiss government to study at the Musical Academy in Basel in the concert class of Professor F. Benda, where he graduated with honours and a soloist diploma in 1999.