Fialová is a natural pianist with an efficient technique;
cla rity was
excellent in the difficult
finale of the Smetana Trio ...
... pianist Terezie Fialová showed with every nerve that she is fundamentally accustomed to Dvořak's music not only in her logical phrasing, but also in the way she sensitively allowed both string instrument players space for relaxed music-making ...
(Czech Music Magazine}
... Terezie Fialová entered into a well opened-up evening of Prokofiev's Piano Concerto No. 1. Especiallythose two moments, which characterized her performance -a sovereign self-assurance and a sense for the specific Prokofiev's keystroke ...
(Czech Music Magazine}
... Bárta and Fialová to ok the development through emotional peaks and valleys with bravura nuances of dynamics and technique, till the final, chilling, sepulchral recap of the ma in theme. The ever-mystifying finale, full of frenetic and scarily goofy passages, highlighted the fine interplay and complementarity of the performers ... D. Shostakovich: Sonata d moll op. 40 for cello and piano - Jiri Barta (violoncello) Terezie Fialova (piano)
(The Boston Musical lntelligencer)
... A young pianist Terezie Fialová chase a difficult Piano concerto No. s "The Emperor" by Ludwig van Beethoven where she used her mastered temper and vivid musicality. She placed her interpretative performance to a bearing sound level that spanned sonorously over the orchestral structure ...
(Czech Music Magazíne}
is an outstanding young Czech pianist. She is a sought-after chamber music partner to many leading soloists. At the age of twelve she already made her debut with an orchestra and at the same time she had been also playing the violin until the age of twenty, establishing her musical career on an international level. She graduated in piano performance at the Prague Academy of Performing Arts (Ivan Klánský) and in chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg (Niklas Schmidt). Terezie Fialová was awarded at international competitions in Italy, Netherlands and Russia. She attended master classes led by Menahem Pressler, Ferenc Radosz, Joseph Kalichstein, Valentin Erben, Markus Tomas, Emanuel Ax among others. She performed at international festivals in the Czech Republic and abroad (Prague Spring Festival, International Dvořák Festival in Prague, Janacek Festival, Smetana Festival in Litomyšl, Lipa Musica, International Festival Český Krumlov, International Festival Kutná hora, Meclenburg - Vorpommen, Sarajevo Winter, Septembre Musical Vevey, Konvergencie Bratislava, Bach Before&After Istanbul, Les Flaneries de Musicales Reims, Arte sacro Madrid etc. Together with the Prague Symphony Orchestra and conductor Pietari Inkinen she performed Peter Eben’s extremely challenging Piano Concerto at the Prague Spring Festival 2019. In 2019, she also debuted as a member of the Eben Trio alongside violinist Roman Patočka and cellist Jiří Bárta, performing Bent Sørensen's Concerto for Piano Trio and Orchestra "L'Isolla della Cittá" by the Danish composer Bent Sørensen. The ensemble is the recipient of the Czech Chamber Music Society Award and won the international chamber ensemble competition Lyceum Club International de Suisse Music Competition in Lausanne. Together they have performed on major stages such as the Auditorium de Louvre in Paris, the Gasteig in Munich, the Laeszhalle in Hamburg, the Kennedy Center in Washington, the National Hall of Performing Arts in Beijing and the Oriental Arts Center in Shanghai. Terezie is the only Czech pianist who participated in the prestigious Verbier Festival Academy in 2013 in Switzerland where she was invited again in 2017. Her successful debut at the international Newport Music Festival, USA was praised by critics as "stunning performance and very bright future". She participated in recording of three CDs one of which was dedicated to the composer Petr Eben and it was awarded "Recording of the Months" and "IRR Outstanding" on a British music website. This album premiered the piano quartet of the English composer Edward Nesbit and the composition for violoncello and piano "Smutek utek". Terezie is a member of Petrof Art Familly. In 2021, together with Jiří Bárta she released a full recording of Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonatas for Piano and Cello. Currently, she is studying for a doctorate at the Academy for Performing Arts in Prague.biografie cz
Terezie Fialová - Beethoven: Choral Fantasy
Jiří Bárta a Terezie Fialová
W.A. Mozart/Wilby Concerto for violin, piano and orchestra in D Major KV Anh 56 315f
Sergei Rachmaninoff: Variations on a Theme of Corelli op. 42
Frederic Chopin: The Polonaise-fantaisie A-flat major Op. 61
Eben Trio – Bedřich Smetana: Piano Trio g minor, op.15
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No 5 Emperor - 1st Movement
Josef Špacek, Terezie Fialová - Prokofjev: Sonata for violin and piano f moll. op. 80
Eben Trio – Franz Schubert: Trio Nr. 1
B-flat major op. 99
Bohuslav Martinu Sonata No. 2 for Cello and Piano - Allegro
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