Milada Orságová Červenková

(born in1947, in Trebic, Czech Republic). composer, violinist. From 1962 to 1968 she studied at the Brno Conservatoire violin and piano with John and Susan Zamecnikova. As a violinist she worked in the orchestra of the Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc. In 1985-90 she completed her composer education with courses at the Conservatory in Ostrava. In the eighties and nineties she composed chamber music, including the String Quartet, Music for Brass and Pastoral Suite for Flute and Harp recorded for the radio. Many of the composer's works have been performed at concerts organized by the Association of Musical Artists and scientists in Olomouc, Prague, Brno, Ostrava and Pilsen. Her composition for flute, clarinet, violin, two cellos, double bass, piano and percussion Hommage á Heidelberg in 1996 was written for the city, which had celebrated 800 years since its founding, was premiered at the festival concert in Heidelberg.
Selected work: Vox Aeterna, a song for low voice and piano to words by Rostislav Bartocha 1978; Variations for piano on the theme of Childhood 1978; Andante and Scherzo for piano 1979; Jingles, six miniatures for piano 1980; Seven of Horácko folk songs arranged for medium voice and piano 1981; Cormorants and the Letter in a bottle, children's songs with piano accompaniment to words of George Zack (1984); Sonatina for violin and piano 1986; Duettino for violin and cello 1986; There is no better than the spring, mixed choir folk texts from burner 1987; Kaliya - Lila, rhapsody for cello, harp and timpani 2008.
Awards: Sonata for Violin and Piano won the 1992 Czech Music Fund Award.