Václav Luks

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S Václav Luks - © Petra Hajská

Upcoming concerts

Praha 1, Rudolfinum Vánoční oratorium
Praha 10 – Vršovice, Vzlet Collegium 1704: Mirabile mysterium
Praha 1, Rudolfinum Královský ohňostroj

Past concerts

Collegium 1704: Hear my prayer, O Lord Praha 10 – Vršovice, Vzlet Collegium 1704: Hear my prayer, O Lord
Collegium 1704: Open rehearsal Praha 10 – Vršovice, Vzlet Collegium 1704: Open rehearsal
Collegium 1704: El Fuego Praha 10 – Vršovice, Vzlet Collegium 1704: El Fuego
Collegium 1704: Open rehearsal Praha 10 – Vršovice, Vzlet Collegium 1704: Open rehearsal
Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704 Vídeň, Garden Palace Liechtenstein in Vienna Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
Opening Concert of Prague Spring 2020 Praha 1, Municipal House Opening Concert of Prague Spring 2020

About Václav Luks

The founder of the Prague baroque orchestra Collegium 1704 and of the vocal ensemble Collegium Vocale 1704. After returning from his studies from abroad in 2005, he transformed Collegium 1704 from a chamber music ensemble that had already existed when he was a conservatory student (since 1991) into a Baroque orchestra, and 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. Besides working intensively with Collegium 1704, he also collaborates with other renowned ensembles, such as La Cetra Barockorchester Basel and the Dresdner Kammerchor.

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