Anežka Wacławik


Anežka Wacławik (Levová) is an instrumentalist specialising in historical flutes. She has studied historically informed performance at Janacek Academy of Performing Arts in Brno (CZ) in a class of Michaela Ambrosi. As a scholarship holder of the Erasmus+ programme, she has studied at  Koninklijk Konservatorium in Den Haag (NL) with Kate Clark, Wilbert Hazelzet and Daniel Brüggen and at Conservatorium van Amsterdam (NL) in a class of Marten Root. She has completed a post-graduate study programme at the prestigious Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg (AT) under the guidance of Marcello Gatti.

Besides her academic studies, she has consulted her playing with traverso and recorder players such as Barthold Kuijken, Ashley Solomon, Walter van Hauwe, Bollette Roed, Anna Besson, Eric Bosgraaf, Peter Holtslag, Michael Posh or Kerstin de Witt. She took part in various orchestral projects under the leadership of Alexis Kossenko, Patric Cöhen-Akenin, Marco Vitale, Zbigniew Pilch, Jana Semerádová and Barbara Maria Willi.

Anežka Wacławik performs regularly as a traverso and recorder player in various chamber music ensembles and orchestras. She has performed with some of the most significant authorities on the current early music scene such as Centre de musique baroque de Versailles (FR), {oh!}Orkiestra Historiczna (PL) or Arte dei Suonatori (PL). Performing as a soloist or as a member of various ensembles and orchestras, she has attended multiple early music festivals, among others Festival d’Ambronay (FR), Musica Antica (NL), Trigonale (AT), All’Improviso (PL), Baroko pavasaris (LT) or Letní slavnosti staré hudby, Festival KoresponDance, Baro Co. Festival  and Barbara Maria Willi uvádí (CZ). In 2021, in  cooperation with Centre de musique baroque de Versailles she performed a series of chamber music concerts with Alexis Kossenko in France.

 As a co-founder, she regularly performs with Zensemble, an early music ensemble specialising in music of 17.- 19. centuries. For over eight years, Anežka also cooperates closely with her husband Piotr Wacławik, viola da gamba player and conductor.

 Besides her activities as a performer, Anežka works as a pedagogue at Conservatoriums in Brno and Opava (CZ) where she is teaching recorder and historical transverse flutes.




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