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Rybář, Jan - M - Czech Republic 

 
 

 

Biography

Jan Rybář was born on April 22, 1981. Rybář studied at Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, under Milan Slavický (1999-2005). Between 2007 and 2012 Rybář joined a Ph.D. programme under the supervision of prof. Marek Kopelent. He was a member of composer’s group Konvergence (2002-2013). He co-operates with female choir Bubureza, he is a member of oldest Czech artistic society „Umělecká beseda” (founded in 1863) and manages his own concert cycle entitled „Hudba v souvislostech” (music in context). Rybář founded female vocal group Ensemble Coccinelle, which is specialized in contemporary and renaissance music. As a conductor he performed many world and czech premieres, including his own pieces. He made also a few recordings for the Czech Radio.

Rybář writes chamber, orchestral and vocal music. He wrote a lot of vocal works for female choir Bubureza and Ensemble Coccinelle. He also composed new music for Murnau’s silent horror movie Nosferatu.

 

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