Victoria Ensemble

cooperating singers

Soprano / Viktorie Dugranpere / Tereza Maličkayová/ Šárka Janderová
Alto / Michaela Králová / Zuzana Nyklová /Monika Jägerová / Jana Boušková 
Tenore / Ondřej Benek / Ondřej Holub / Jakub Koś / Ondřej Vašata 
Basso / Václav Jeřábek / Štěpán Pokorný / Petr Svoboda/ Martin Vacula

Cooperating players

Harpsichord/ organ: Filip Dvořák, Lukáš Vendl, Ondřej Bernovský, Eva Bublová, Štěpán Pokorný

Cello: Helena Matyášová, Ondřej Michal

Viola da gamba: Mélusine de Pas, Jakub Michl, Balász Adorjan

Theorbo: Tereza Samsonová, Přemysl Vacek

Doublebass: Tadeáš Mesany, Matyáš Berdych

Bassoon: Michaela Bieglerová, Petr Budín

Viola: Jakub Verner, Jana Vavřínková

Violin: Jiří Sycha, Jan Hádek, Magdalena Malá, Josefína Knoblochová

Recorder: Marie Vencourová, Ilona Veselovská

French horn: Jana Švadlenková, Hana Šuková, Jiří Tarantík

Trumpet: Karel Mňuk, Karel Beránek, Miroslav Smrčka

Oboe: Petra Ambrosi, Aleš Ambrosi, Inge Marg

Victoria Ensemble was found by soprano Viktorie Dugranpere in 2016. The originality of the programmes on itself is a guiding principle of the ensemble. We renew premieres of old works, draw up unusual projects and bring up compositions seldom performed or vastly forgotten. The musical taste of the previous centuries changed so fast and it threw an enormous quantity of inventive authors and beautiful music into depths of oblivion. One of the goals of Victoria Ensemble is to rediscover, relive and remind of those interesting pieces. We tend highly on a sensitive approach to these works as well as an informed interpretation and practice, and nonetheless the benefit for the modern day. All the instrumentalists perform on historical instruments or their copies.They accompany in need the whole vocal body (maximum of 12 sigers) or the principal Viktorie Dugranpere as a soloist. Victoria Ensemble in various assemblies has rehearsed and successfully performed numerous musical and musically dramatic programmes of Renaissance, Baroque and Classical period. It collaborates with Historical dance ensembles (Chorea Historica, A Balli, En Garde! etc.), with instrumental Early music ensembles (Music Florea, Concerto Aventino etc.), with early music renowned conductors (Jakub Kydlíček, Marek Štryncl etc.) and with artists, designers and painters as well.It presents itself regularly within Czech and foreign festivals and concert cycles.