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    study of flute, first with Valéria Bánovská, Anton Prievalský, František Valla, later with Ján Samec, Marta Braunsteinerová

  • 2004 – 2008

    University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (Hansgeorg Schmeiser), continuing of study in Stuttgart (Davide Formisano) and Graz (Erwin Klambauer), improvement of piccolo playing with Joseph Singer and Raphael Leone

  • 2006

    DAAD scholarship for Weimarer Meisterkurse der Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt, Germany (Aurele Nicolet)

  • 2011 – 2013

    studied historical musical instruments playing in Linz, Austria (Claire Genewein)

  • since 2012

    pedagogue of flute at Conservatory in Bratislava and pedagogue of traverso and early music at Church Conservatory in Bratislava

  • 2013

    lecturer of Musical Seminars in Marianka (with her sister Petra Lechtová) organized by Central European Forum for Music, Art and Culture (CEFMAC)

Marcela Lechtová regularly attended international music courses with personalities Benoit Fromanger, Davide Formisano, Luisa Sell, Jan Ostrý, Yossi Arnheim, Pierre-Yves Artaud, Maxance Larrieu and others. She played in international orchestras such as the San Diego Youth Symphony Orchestra, Wiener Jeunesse Orchestra, and the European Union Youth Orchestra under Riccardo Muti, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Andrew Litton.

As a soloist she performed with Münchner Rundfunk Orchestra Munich, Cum Sonore Orchestra Vienna and as substitution in Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra RSO-Wien. In chamber music she cooperates with ensembles Ensemble Levante, Wiener Kammertrio and pianists Petra Pogády, Agnes Wolf and Christoph Traxler; she plays authentic baroque instruments in the trio Tres Faciunt Collegium.