University of Durham
I have always seen music as pure beauty and joy. I began singing in a choir at age four, and even today that kind of singing is close to my heart. I am absolutely enthralled by how music can bring people together. It is always around us, and sometimes we don’t even realize it. Besides singing, I also play the piano, write music, or just let myself float away in music. I also enjoy singing at the local retirement home. I have decided to study music because I feel it means something in this world.
My next greatest passion after music is travelling. Getting to know new people and cultures – often through music – is an immensely enriching experience, which is why I am excited to be able to study this discipline in the U.K. thanks to support from The Kellner Family Foundation.
Six-year bilingual program at the English Section of the Olomouc-Hejčín Grammar school, graduated in 2016
Durham University, UK, Music, beginning 2016
To understand the essence of music and to make full use of its potential as a valuable tool for communication.
Singing, piano, photography, reading, theater, volunteer activities, travel
About Choirs (One Last Time!), But This Time Chapel Choirs
On a Musical Pilgrimage with St Cuthbert
The Secret of the Rudolfinum
My year in the Chamber Choir
Singing for the Prince
I am “Disabled through Loving Art”
First year at Durham done
Studying Music at Durham
First experiences from Durham
Fontys Academy of Circus and Performance Art
Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía, Madrid, ES
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