Zuzana Růžičková

Harpsichordist, Musical Artist

1927 –

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Who is Zuzana Růžičková?

Zuzana Růžičková is a Czech harpsichordist, an interpreter of classical and baroque music.

Růžičková studied music but during 1941–45 she was sent to a Nazi concentration camp. Afterwards she continued the study at music school in Plzeň and Prague. Since 1951 she taught at the musical academy in Prague. Over the years her students have included, amongst others, Christopher Hogwood, Janos Sebestyen, Ketil Haugsand, Jaroslav Tůma, Mahan Esfahani, Monika Knoblochova, Giedre Luksaite-Mrazkova, et al. During 1978–82 she taught at the musical academy in Bratislava. She recorded 65 albums. Her husband Viktor Kalabis was a composer.

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Born
Jan 14, 1927
Pilsen
Also known as
  • Zuzana Ruzickova
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  • Jewish people
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  • Czech Republic
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on July 23, 2013

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