Jindra Nečasová Nardelli

(1960, Czech Republic), composer. She was born into the family of the prominent mathematician Prof. Jindrich Necas. She studied at the Prague Conservatory from which she graduated in piano with Jaromir Kriz (1982) and in composition with Jindrich Feld (1985). Her doctoral study in composition, with Vaclav Riedlbauch, was completed in 1991 at the Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague. Paintings of Salvador Dali, a symphonic triptych, was her crowning achievement, exhibiting her mastery of composition with great sensitivity, imagination and striking contrasts. In the 1990s she was successively employed as teacher of music theory at the Prague Conservatory (1995-1996), taught as external teacher at the Faculty of the Theatrical Academy of Performing Arts (1996-2000), simultaneously since 1995 was working as a ballet accompanist at the Dance Conservatory, now in the ballet ensemble of the National Theatre in Prague. Her compositions are characteristic of remarkably mature and unconventional compositional style. She is the author of a number of chamber, symphonic, vocal, works for solo instruments and ballets. The latest project is music to multimedia fim Sirael director Martin Kubala, ak. painter Jan Kunovsky a choreographer and prima ballerina of the National Theatre Teresa Podarilova (Czech Television, 2011)
Selected works: Chamber music: Little Suite for flute 1979; Suite for oboe and piano (1981); Rondo for clarinet and piano (1982); String Quartet (1982); Pearl River jazz etude for piano (1982); Dialogues for flute and trumpet; Fantasia for flute; Orchestral works Jackson's Way, symphonic novel; Paintings by Salvador Dali 1992; Spirit of Lake Michigan for wind symphony orchestra
Awards: Best Composition of the Year from the Conservatory in 1982 for Jackson's Journey based on the novel by Gerard Herzog about the American Mountaineer in the Alps.

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