Vaclav Luks
Conductor - I,V

Václav Luks began his studies at the Pilsen Conservatory and at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (French horn, Harpsichord). He then continued his studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, Switzerland in the field of period keyboard instruments and historical performance practice. In 2005 he founded Collegium Vocale 1704. The immediate impetus for their founding was a project initiated by Václav Luks titled "Bach – Prague – 2005" presenting the major vocal works by J. S. Bach. This project marks the beginning of residential collaboration with the Prague Spring International Music Festival. Collegium 1704 has quickly established itself among the world’s elite ensembles devoted to performing the music of the 17th and 18th centuries, and with his international artistic activities, Luks has played a significant part in the renaissance of the music of the Bohemian composers Jan Dismas Zelenka and Josef Mysliveček. In 2008, he founded the concert series Music Bridge Prague – Dresden.  


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