Conspiratio Trio - chamber music trio (oboe - basson - piano)

About us
The Conspiratio Trio has been playing together since 2005 and has performed on many stages in the Czech Republic. We have recorded for Czech Radio, and made a studio recording of Francis Poulenc’s Trio (a great favourite of ours). Our concerts consist of trio repertoire (oboe, bassoon and piano) as well as various duet and solo configurations, making us very diverse. Our wide repertoire comprises music from Baroque to contemporary. We sometimes collaborate with other musicians or ensembles and perform chamber music for bigger ensembles.
Biographies

Iveta Trojanová | Oboe

Iveta studied oboe at the Pardubice Conservatory under MgA. Jiří Křenek and completed her studies under Prof. Jiří Mihule at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (2015). She is an oboist with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra and the Moravian Theatre in Olomouc, and assistant oboist with the Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra in Zlín and the Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra in Pardubice. Iveta also teaches at the music schools in Přelouč and Jeseník and successfully prepares children for musical competitions and conservatory entry. She has been performing as soloist and chamber musician with Con Amore Ensemble and many other chamber ensembles, giving concerts all over the Czech Republic. She actively participates in many musical projects.

Radovan Skalický | Bassoon

Radovan began his studies in bassoon at the Music school in Liberec under Václav Hubálek. In 2000, he continued at the Conservatory in Teplice under Prof. Jiří Spěvák. Radovan has won prizes and honorable mentions in various competitions (Czech Republic Conservatories Competition, the Prague Spring etc.) and participated in masterclasses (R. Minasi, T. Františ, P. Gallois). At the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, where he studied under Professors František Herman and Jiří Seidl, he completed his studies in 2011 with a solo recital and solo performance with the symphony orchestra, being chosen as one of the best students of the year to participate in the academic concert cycle. He is bassoonist for several chamber ensembles (Duo Trinitas, Dioptrio and Wind Quintet 4+1) and plays in the North Czech Theatre Opera Orchestra in Ústí nad Labem. Since 2012 he has played first bassoon in the North Bohemian Philharmonic Teplice. He teaches at the Teplice Conservatory.

Jan Dušek | Piano

Jan studied piano and composition at the Conservatory in Teplice and completed his doctoral studies in composition at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (under Prof. Hanuš Bartoň). As a pianist, he has participated in masterclasses (Cyprien Katsaris, Irina Ossipova, Angela Hewitt, Lilit Grygorian), and has studied with Robert Lehrbaumer in Vienna, Xiao-Mei Zhu in Paris, and Gordon Fergus-Thompson in London (Royal College of Music). He has won awards and honorable mentions in competitions (Concertino Praga, the Smetana International Piano Competition, Competition of Czech Conservatories, Zdenek Fibich International Competition). In 2015, together with soprano Irena Troupová, he recorded an acclaimed CD of Songs for Soprano and Piano by Viktor Ullmann. He periodically records for the Czech Radio. Jan is a member of the prestigious Umělecká Beseda and Zdeněk Fibich Societies. Since 2012, he has taught at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
Concerts
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Please feel free to write to us, we would be happy to receive your message. Are you a concert organiser and would like to invite us to play? Did you attend one of our concerts and would like to give us feedback? Did you like our recording? Please use the contact form or email us at info@conspiratio-trio.cz. Thank you.

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