Jana Vöröšová

(born in 1980 in Czech Republic), composer. She started studying composition at the Prague Conservatoire, then continued her studies at the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. She spent a year at Koninklijk Conservatoire in Brussels, where she became acquainted with the latest technologies of electronic sound processing and various analytic methods. She participated at workshops of world-renowned composers and regularly had classes with eminent Belgian professors. She spent three months in residence at IRCAM in Paris. She collaborates with other artists not only within music but also in dance, film literature and theatre. She is a member of Prague Cathedral Choir that concentrates on music of rennaisance and baroque. Her compositions were performed at various festivals – Orfeo (SR), Prague Premieres (CR), Festival Citta di Castello (IT) or Festival Calliopé (FR).
Selected works: The Raven and the Sea accordion, harpsichord and string orchestra, 2009; Cejka, for violin and piano, 2008 ; V.E.M. Suite for 3 Violins, 2008; Qu'est ce que le temps est quand le Present? for oboe, viola, and piano, 2008; Tri forehead yesterday for 3 Cellos, 2007; Gulliver's Travels for reciter and chamber orchestra, 2006.