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Katerina Englichová

ke2One of the most sought after Czech harpists of her generation, Katerina Englichova performs all over Europe, North America, Japan, Hong Kong and New Zealand. She has collaborated with artists such as Mstislav Rostropovitch, Josef Suk, Gerard Causee, Cynthia Phelps, Michel Lethiec, Eugenia Zukerman, Robert Stallman, Jitka Hosprová, Carlo Jans, Michael Kofler, and with many ensembles, including the Prazak Quartet, the Haas Quartet and the Wihan Quartet. 

Ms. Englichova cooperates on regular basis with the Bohemia-Luxembourg Trio (Jans flute, Hosprova-viola, Englichova) and in Duo with the Czech Oboist Vilem Veverka. She has performed at numerous international festivals such as Tanglewood and the Tucson Music Festival in the USA, Music by the Red Sea in Israel, Pacific Music Festival in Japan, Rencontres Musicales d’Evian and Festival d’Ile de France, and in the Czech Republic at Prague Spring, Prague Autumn,Festival B. Martinu and many others. 

Katerina Englichova has been heard as a soloist or chamber musician on more than 35 discs with labels such as Supraphon, Harmonia Mundi, Discover International, and New World, Exton Japan, and Arco Diva. Her recording (Jolivet, Pierné, D´Indy, Francaix) with Carlo Jans and the Martinů Quartet received the Supersonic Award. In 2015 she was a part of a new recording “Cosí fan flauti” - project of the renowned American Flutist Robert Stallman with whom she recorded the Mozart Concerto. The CD was very highly praised by critique and was selected as the CD of the month (February 2015) on several classical radio stations throughout North America. In 2016 she released her solo album „Musica per arpa“ where she introduced some unknown Czech compositions as well as new premiere works written for her in confrontation with the Britten’s Suite. She has cooperated with the well-known American Flutist Carol Wincenc, Pianist Martin Kasik and Oboist Vilem Veverka with whom she also launched her last CD „Impressions“ in April 2017. They introduced music by Debussy, a new adaptation of Ravel’s „Tombeau de Couprin“ for Oboe and Harp by Otomar Kvech and premiered works by the Czech Composer Lubos Sluka.

Her recording of Britten’s Ceremony of Carols with the Prague Children Philharmonic Choir was selected as the CD of the month (January 2017).