Personality profile

Photo: Martin Adámek Author: Mathilde Lauridon

Martin Adámek

29 Sep 1996 Partizánske

www.martin-adamek.com

classical music
clarinet, saxophone

Collaboration(s): Trio Sen Tegmento

Bio

Bio

2010 – 2015
Bratislava Conservatory (clarinet – Peter Drlička)
since 2014
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno (clarinet – Vít Spilka and Milan Polák)
Masterclasses:
Philippe Berrod, Yehuda Gilad, Charles Neidich, Harri Mäki, Igor Armani and Aljaž Beguš
since 2016
member of Parisian Ensemble Intercontemporain

As a soloist repeatedly performed with Bratislava Conservatory Orchestra within cycles of Slovak Philharmonic. In 2015 he introduced himself in solo recital in cycle Sunday Matinee in Mirbach Palace in Bratislava and he attended Prague Spring International Music Competition.

Artistic cooperation: EUYO (among others performing at the prestigious ceremony at occasion of 60th anniversary of CERN in Geneva, conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy, 2014), VENI ACADEMY (cooperation with Elliott Sharp, 2015), Cluster Ensemble (Slovak premiere and CD release of composition Music With Changing Parts by Philip Glass, 2015), cooperation with pianist Zuzana Biščáková.

Bibliography

Discography

  • Photo: Iris Szeghy: Music for Voice, Clarinet and Piano IRIS SZEGHY: MUSIC FOR VOICE, CLARINET AND PIANO
    2018 CD – Discant DK0177-2
    1. Iris Szeghy: Meadow Song
      Nao Higano (s), Martin Adámek (cl)
    2. Iris Szeghy: Perpetuum mobile
      Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
    3. Iris Szeghy: Preludio e danza
      Martin Adámek (clb)
    4. Iris Szeghy: Hesse Splitter I (Fragments from Hesse)
      Nao Higano (s), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
    5. Iris Szeghy: Folclorico
      Martin Adámek (cl), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
    6. Iris Szeghy: Vivat Summer!
      Martin Adámek (cl)
    7. Iris Szeghy: Psalm
      Nao Higano (s)
    8. Iris Szeghy: Anrufung des Grossen Bären (Invocation of the Great Bear)
      Nao Higano (s), Martin Adámek (cl), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
  • Photo: David Hudry: Durchgang DAVID HUDRY: DURCHGANG
    2017 CD – col legno
    1. David Hudry: Nachtspiegel
      Duncan Ward (dir.), Ensemble Modern
    2. David Hudry: Störungen
      ensemble recherche
    3. David Hudry: Introduction à Iðavöllr
      Pascal Rophé (dir.), Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France
    4. David Hudry: The Forgotten City
      Bastien Stil (dir.), Ensemble intercontemporain
  • Photo: Cluster Ensemble plays Philip Glass CLUSTER ENSEMBLE PLAYS PHILIP GLASS
    2016 CD – Hevhetia HV 0109-011
    1. Philip Glass: Two Pages
      Cluster Ensemble, Ivan Šiller (elorg), Fero Király (elorg)
    2. Philip Glass: Music in Fifths
      Cluster Ensemble, Ivan Šiller (elorg), Fero Király (elorg)
    3. Philip Glass: Music in Contrary Motion
      Cluster Ensemble, Ivan Šiller (elorg), Fero Király (elorg)
    4. Philip Glass: Music in Similar Motion
      Cluster Ensemble, Ivan Šiller (elorg), Fero Király (elorg)
    5. Philip Glass: Music in Changing Parts
      Cluster Ensemble, Ivan Šiller (elorg, umv.), Fero Király (elorg, umv.), Zuzana Biščáková (elorg), Nikolaj Nikitin (sxs, sxt), Branislav Dugovič (cl, clb), Martin Adámek (cl), Robert Kolář (tr), Veronika Vitázková (fl, flp), Fabian Francio Ramirez (fl), Lenka Novosedlíková (mb), Roman Laščiak (sde)

Awards

  • Ľudovít Rajter Prize
    2019
  • Prague Spring International Music Competition, Prague (CZ)
    2015
  • Competition of Students Slovak Republic Conservatories
    2014
  • Leoš Janáček International Performers´Competition, Brno (CZ)
    2014 - 1st prize
  • ANEMOS International Competition of Musical Performance, Roma (IT)
    2013

  • 2013 - 1st prize
  • The Mayor of Bratislava Award
    2012, 2013
  • Competition of Students Slovak Republic Conservatories
    2012 - 1st prize

Premieres

  • First performances in Slovakia
  • Peter Groll: Verše
    13 Nov
    2018
    First performances in Slovakia
    New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Trio Sen Tegmento, Nao Higano (s), Martin Adámek (cl), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
  • Peter Machajdík: Signes de la mémoire
    for clarinet, violin, cello and piano
    27 Mar
    2018
    First performances in Slovakia
    New Synagogue, Žilina, SK
    PERFORMERS: Martin Adámek (cl), Juraj Tomka (vn), Andrej Gál (vc), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
  • Marián Lejava: Walden
    for bass clarinet and string quartet – concert version Op. 24
    14 Nov
    2017
    First performances in Slovakia
    Melos-Ethos, Small concert studio of Slovak Radio, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Martin Adámek (clb), Mucha Quartet, Juraj Tomka (vn), Jozef Ostrolucký (vn), Peter Zwiebel (vl), Pavol Mucha (vc)
  • Peter Machajdík: Haiku
    for soprano, clarinet and piano
    4 Nov
    2016
    First performances in Slovakia
    Ľudovít Fulla Gallery, Ružomberok, SK
    PERFORMERS: Trio Sen Tegmento, Nao Higano (s), Martin Adámek (cl), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
  • Iris Szeghy: Anrufung des Grossen Bären (Invocation of the Great Bear)
    29 May
    2016
    First performances in Slovakia
    Sunday Matinees at the Bratislava City Gallery, Mirbach Palace, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Nao Higano (s), Martin Adámek (cl), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
    Version for soprano, clarinet and piano.
  • Iris Szeghy: Meadow Song
    for soprano and one melodic instrument
    29 May
    2016
    First performances in Slovakia
    Sunday Matinees at the Bratislava City Gallery, Mirbach Palace, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Nao Higano (s), Martin Adámek (cl)
    Version for soprano and clarinet.
  • First performances abroad
  • Jana Kmiťová: So langsam wie ein Haar wächst
    21 Apr
    2018
    First performances abroad
    Odessa, UA
    PERFORMERS: Nao Higano (s), Martin Adámek (cl), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)

Gallery

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    Author: Ivan Bocchio
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    Author: Mathilde Lauridon
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    Author: Mathilde Lauridon
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