Lenka Kılıç

Composer, musicologist,music journalist, graduated from the Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University in Brno in Musicology (1996) and in 2003 presented her doctoral dissertation on Galina Ustvolskaya. In 1997 she completed composition studies at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno with František Emmert, presenting her orchestral work Kvítí milodějné (A Love Awaking Flowers) and the thesis “Silence in music”. Her works have been performed in FORFEST in Kroměříž, Mladé Pódium in Karlovy Vary, Gegenwelten in Heidelberg, Moravian Autumn, Komponistinnen und Ihr Werk in Kassel, Neue Musik Termine in Köln, Hudební současnost in Ostrava, Setkávání nové hudby plus in Brno and Pohyb, zvuk, prostor in Opava. She works as composer and music supervisor with many Czech theatres including the production for the Husa theatre of Cirkus aneb Se mnou smrt a kůň from March 1999 until March 2008. Her music has been presented and broadcast in the Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, Canada and the USA.