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Ševčík Quartet


The Ševčík Quartet was formed in June 2020 in Prague and consists of 1st Violin - Pavla Tesarová, 2nd Violin - Michael Foršt, Viola - Matouš Hasoň, Cello - Martin Houdek. From July 2022, Adam Klánský is the cellist. The quartet studied from 2020 at the Prague Conservatory under Radek Křižanovský (Apollon Quartet) and in 2022 also at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid under the world-famous Günther Pichler (Alban Berg Quartett). Since 2021 he has been studying at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague under Štěpán Ježek (Bennewitz Quartet). Three of the quartet members are also studying their majors at the HAMU in Prague. Pavla Tesařová studies with Pavel Kudelásek, Matouš Hasoň with Karel Untermüller and Adam Klánský with Michal Kaňka. Michael Foršt is studying at the German Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden with Hellen Weiß.
The members of the quartet are talented and gifted performers of the young musical scene, in June 2021 they won first prize at the Talents for Europe competition, reached the semifinals of the Prague Spring competition and also reached the finals of the Italian Societa Umanitaria competition. The Ševčík Quartet also took part in several master classes, in France at the Musique ala Flaine with Maria Chilemme (Quatuor Ebene), in Germany at the Jenuesses Musicales Deutschalnd (Cuarteto Casals), at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague with the Rainer Schmidt (Hagen Quartet) . The ensemble also took part in a project organized by Musethica in Barcelona, ​​where they performed repeatedly Brahms sextet together with Jonathan Brown and Eric Wise. Ševčík Quartet is developed under the supervision of players from the best Czech and foreign chamber ensembles, among them, in addition to Štěpán Ježek, Petr Holman (Zemlinsky Quartet), Günter Pichler (Alban Berg Quartet, Jonathan Brown (Cuarteto Casals) and Yovan Markovitch (Quatuor Danel) and others.