Bohuslav Matousek has scored achievement both as an associate from the Stamic String Quartet so that as a freelance participant regularly showing up in chamber and single concerts. And in addition, Matousek continues to be most closely from the main Czech repertory, specially the functions of Dvorák and Martinu. Matousek offers played and documented practically all the functions for violin and orchestra by that iconic Czech set, aswell as almost all their string quartets. He in addition has recorded the entire Martinu result for violin and piano and far various other Czech fare, including functions by Smetana and Janácek. But Matousek provides barely limited himself to Czech music: his repertory consumes entire chunks of J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, and several composers in the twentieth hundred years. Matousek provides made a lot more than 20 recordings being a soloist and countless types as an associate from the Stamic Quartet. A lot of his recordings are obtainable from Supraphon, Bayer, Denon, Hyperion, Crystal, and Amazing Classics. Bohuslav Matousek was created in Havlíckuv Brod, (right now) Czech Republic. He was a gifted youngsters, and from 1967-1972 he analyzed music in the Prague Academy of Music, where his educators included Jaroslav Pekelsky and Vaclav Snitil. During breaks Matousek required expert classes from Arthur Grumiaux and experienced private research with Nathan Milstein. During his college student years Matousek received prizes at a number of important contests, but his discovery arrived when he captured 1st prize in the 1972 Prague Springtime International Competition. Matousek consequently launched his profession in Czechoslovakia like a soloist and quartet participant, showing up regularly as an associate from the Dolezal Quartet, from 1972-1985. From 1977-1980 he spent enough time in Japan, producing both chamber and orchestral looks. Upon the disbanding from the Dolezal Quartet in 1985, Matousek co-founded the Stamic (also spelled as Stamitz) Quartet and offered as 1st violinist until 1995. During his 10 years in the ensemble Matousek and organization received luxurious acclaim for his or her interpretations of Czech music, especially for their total sets from the Dvorák and Martinu quartets on Supraphon. After his 1995 departure, Matousek offers regularly appeared like a soloist with main orchestras, aswell much like pianist Petr Adamec in duo repertory so that as a member from the Antonin Dvorák Trio. Among Matousek’s recordings is definitely Vol. 3 of the entire music for violin and orchestra by Martinu, on Hyperion, with conductor Christopher Hogwood leading the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.