Dominika Hošková -Fantasy on Little Russian Theme op. 43 p/2

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David Popper: Fantasy on Little Russian Theme op.43 for Cello and Orchestra - part II.
conductor: Tomáš Židek
cello: Dominika Hošková
Dominika Hošková (born 17. 7. 1982) began to play the cello at the age of four under the guidance of her father, cellist and Associate Professor Jiří Hošek with whom she studied for a Masters degree at the Music Department of the Academy of Performing Arts (HAMU) in Prague. She also studied at the Prague Conservatory in Prof. Václav Jírovec's class and subsequently with prof. Vladan Kočí and privately with prof. Miloš Sádlo. In 2007 she experienced a six – month internship at the Conservatoire in Paris ( Jean – Marie Gamard) and courses in Israel (Zvi Plesser, Hillel Zori, David Sella). In 2008 she was accepted by The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance to study with Zvi Plesser, with the support of a Chase Program scholarship. She received awards in many competitons in Europe, including a scholarship from the Czech Music Fund Foundation, a prize at the All-State Conservatories Cello Competition in Teplice, a prize for the best rendering of a work by Bohuslav Martinů. As a member of the Prague Conservatory Quartet, she won 1st prize and a special diploma in the Karl Ditters competition, In 2004 she also joined the newly established piano trio Ester with whom she won prizes at various competitions. Dominika Hošková has performed as a soloist with the Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic, Zlín, the Prague Chamber Philharmonic, Hradec Králové Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of South Bohemia, the Plzeň Philharmonic, the Virtuosi Pragenses as well as making appearances on Czech Television and participated in many music festivals in Europe. Dominika Hošková was nominated for the Premium Charter of the Czech Music Fund for the best young musicians. She has made recordings for radio and CDs (including concerts by Monn, Bach, Offenbach, duos for two cellos by Haydn and Kraft and virtuoso pieces by David Popper).
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