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Miroslav Hloucal

Born on August 20, 1983 in Chrudim, Czech Republic. He is currently studying his final year at Jazz Faculty of Jaroslav Jezek’s College in Prague. He came to Prague music scene at first with the quartet of Roman Pokorny, and later he started to cooperate with other (jazz and non-jazz) musicians. He is one of the establishing members of INFINITE QUINTET. Miroslav was also invited to join a brass band named BUCINATORES. In 2007 he began to cooperate with a singer, Marketa Foukalova, and the LANUGO band. With the band Work, Shop & More, he underwent a tour together with American guitarist and singer Hiram Bullock

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Skip Wilkins Quartet feat. Daniel Wilkins: Czech Wishes

Read "Czech Wishes" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Although he's based in Eastern Pennsylvania, where he teaches at Lafayette College, pianist Skip Wilkins spends as much time as he can in the Czech Republic, the source of inspiration for his last two releases. Czech Dreams (New Port Line, 2013) and Czech Wishes, his current project, are not so much about crafting an Eastern European-tinged ...

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Ondrej Stveracek Quartet: The Form

Read "The Form" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Prague-based saxophonist Ondrej Stveracek and his sterling quartet are a driving force in Central Europe's thriving jazz scene and the group's stellar outing on The Form, is more than ample testament to this claim. A young lion from the Czech Republic, Stveracek was inspired by the music of John Coltrane and, although drawn in by his ...


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