Lukáš Hurník

Lukáš Hurník (November 2010) Lukáš Hurník (born 1967 in Prague) is a Czech composer. He graduated from Charles University with a degree in Music Studies. He learned to compose from his father, composer Ilja Hurník. He works as director manager of Czech Radio 3 – Vltava. In 1990 his composition entitled ''Hot-Suite'' for piano duo won first prize at the ''Piano Duo Association of Japan'' contest. His compositions have been awarded a number of honors at Czech and international competitions. A strong rhythm and melody and polyphonic voice parts are typical of Hurník's synthesis.

He has written a "Toccata and Prelude" for orchestra, which is designed to be played as an introduction to the Violin Concerto in E minor by Felix Mendelssohn, with the concerto commencing without a break. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Mejstřík, Jiří, 1950-
Published 2008
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