Nejtek Michal

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Michal Nejtek studied piano (with Vera Vlkova) and composition (Vaclav Buzek) at the Conservatory of Teplice (from 1991 to 1997). He performed the Piano Concerto in F by G. Gershwin with The North Czech Philharmonic Teplice at his graduation concert. He continued his compositional studies with Svatopluk Havelka at the Music faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (1998 - 2003), and graduated with the chamber opera Dementia Preacox (the first performance took place at the Marathon of Contemporary Music Festival, Prague 2001). Since 1998 he has been teaching music theory, piano improvisation and composition at the Conservatory of Music in Teplice. In 2006 he became a lecturer on jazz history at the Jaroslav Jezek Conservatory and College. As a pianist, he was playing in various jazz groups in Prague (Four Roses, Lee Davison), and he is currently a leader of his own postminimalistic-rock band Why not patterns? (together with composer M. Pudlak). Since 1998 he has often performed with the AGON Orchestra, and he has intensively devoted himself to performing both Czech and world contemporary music as a soloist, or as a chamber musician. He is also a member of the Trio PUO (Michal Nejtek - piano, Petr Tichy - double-bass and Tomas Herian - drums) which was established in 2005 as a new musical project of Feng-yün Song (a female singer of Chinese origin living in Prague). Occasionally he writes reviews on CD with contemporary music for music magazine Harmonie.

While he was at the Academy, he participated in the International Courses of New Music in Darmstadt (performance of his composition Two girls in the Space with Objects, 2000), and his composition Music for 18 Strings was performed by chamber orchestra AUKSO Tychy at the Warsaw Autumn 2001. In the following year there was performed his Distress Sonata (New Music Orchestra Katowice) at the same festival. He was also successful with his chamber composition Thorn into the Flesh that was premièred at the Donaueschinger Musiktage 2002. The recording of the composition Ballo Nella Notte (premiered by the Chamber Orchestra Berg, cond. Peter Vrabel) was choiced in 2002 as a representative Czech radio recording for a International Rostrum of Composers at UNESCO in Paris. He likes to compare his composing and playing the piano with adventurous walking through a jungle, and that's why he loves it.





Composition Creation year Score Recording Available
in HIS
in ČRo
A Beautiful Noise
for clarinet, trmbone, el.guitar, piano, violin, violoncello and sampler
...your heart continue writing
for chamber orchestra
2009 Score Audio
1+2+3 (Concertino pro klavir a komorni soubor)
Balding Patterns
for chamber orchestra
2005 Score
Ballo Nella Notte
Concerto for clarinet, baritone saxophone and chamb. orch.
2001 Audio
Concertino 1+2+3
for piano and chamber ensemle
Dementia Praecox
Chamber opera after S. I. Witkiewicz for five singers, two actors and chamber ensemble
Die Schattenjahre
Three Paralel Songs for soprano and orchestra
Different Colours (Made of Tears)
for el. guitar, piano, percussion and string orchestra
Distress Sonata
for chamber orchestra and video
2002 Audio
Divertimento for orchestra and piano 1998
Two Girls in the Space with Objects
Music for pantomime for flute, clarinet and piano
Fantasy for violin and piano 1995
Foucault's Pendulum for mg tape
A Study for cymbal
Frame Dreams
for trumpet, trombone, violoncello, piano and two percussion players
2006 Audio
For Elsa Zylberstein I
for flute, clarinet, violin, viola and piano
For Elsa Zylberstein II
for string orchestra
Get Ready! 2019
Grand Rock Brillant(e)
pro bcl, vcl, el. guit, synt., el. piano a perc
Graphic Symphony 2019

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