Miroslav AMBROŠ

ČEŠKA, 1987.

Miroslav Ambroš devoted himself to playing violin professionally at the age of eleven when he was accepted to Jan Neruda High School in Prague under the tutelage of Professor Jiří Hnyk. During this time, he was advised by Professor Ivan Ženatý (at the University of C.M.von Weber in Dresden – Germany) with whom he later studied at the Prague Conservatory. In 2006 he began his studies at The Academy of Musical Arts in Prague under Professor Ivan Straus.  In 2008/2009 he also studied at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover with Prof. Krzysztof Wegrzyn.  Since 2008 he has been a private student of virtuoso Josef Suk.
Miroslav Ambros has also attended special courses taught by, among others, Pinchas Zukerman, Zakhar Bron, Ruggierro Ricci, B. Sayevich, S. Yarosevich, S. Shipps, G. Kalinovsky and Emerson Quartet member, Eugen. Drucker.  He received his Master’s degree in 2012, winning a number of prizes along the way. These included Prague Junior Note, Bohdan Warchal and Kocián’s Violin Competitions, and Concertino Praga 2006.  Additionally, he won „Du Prix des Jeunes Talents Européens de Musique Classique” (France, 2003) and Yamaha‘s scholarship in 2004.
Miroslav Ambroš records regularly for Czech and Slovak Radio and Television. He has also recorded for the Marseille and Luxembourg Radio. In 2006 recorded his debut solo CD with the pianist Zuzana Ambrošová for the ArcoDiva label.
In 2007 he opened the concert season of the Prague Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of renowned Maestro Jiří Bělohlávek at Prague Rudolfinum.
In May 2008 Mr. Ambroš performed with Josef Suk, Jiří Bárta, Jan Simon and Karel Untermüller at the Prague Spring Festival.  Together they recorded a CD of Dvořák and Suk’s compositions for the Supraphon label.  
In November 2008, he toured Spain as a soloist with the Czech Virtuosi Orchestra..
Residing in Prague, Miroslav Ambroš is much in demand as a concert soloist.   He frequently plays prestigious concert halls in the Czech Republic, and abroad including Luxembourg Philharmonic Hall, Mendelssohn Hall in Hamburg, in Theatre Dal Verme in Milano, Sala Caselle in Roma, Sala Silentium in Bologna, Tabaret Hall in Ottawa, Art Center in Soul, Oratoire du Louvre in Paris, Kerry Hall in Seattle, Memorial Hall in Phoenix…
Miroslav Ambroš has performed over 800 concerts and appears on a regular basis with symphony orchestras including: Prague Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Moravia Philharmonic Orchestra, Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Košice National Philharmonic Orchestra and Czech Chamber Orchestra.
In March 2016 he held a very successful tour in USA (Phoenix, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas).
He plays on a very rare instrument made (1734) by the Italian violinmaker Camillo de Camilli.
Prvi izlučni krug
J. S. Bach: Ciaccona iz 2. partite za violinu solo u d-molu, BWV 1004
N. Paganini: Dva capriccia iz op. 1 za violinu solo: 10, 23
F. Krežma: Scherzino za violinu solo (arr. by G. Končar)

Drugi izlučni krug
W. A. Mozart: Prvi stavak koncerta za violinu i orkestar u G – duru, KV 216
J. Brahms: Sonata za violinu i glasovir, op. 108 br. 3 u d-molu
M. Ravel: Tzigane

Finale
P. I. Čajkovski: Koncert za violinu i orkestar, op. 35 u D-duru