Roman Fojtíček and Michal Hanuš

Roman Fojtíček was born in 1963 in Hořice. He started playing clarinet and went to Teplice Conservatory where he graduated in 1987. He began his saxophone studies at Jaroslav Ježek’s Conservatory in Prague, where he graduated in 1994. Already during his university years he started cooperating with a number of jazz, dance, theatre and symphony orchestras. He is one of the founding members of the Bohemia Saxophone Quartet, with which he often performed in Prague, elsewhere in the Czech Republic, and abroad (Denmark, Germany, Austria, Indonesia, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan and France). In 2003 he founded the Czech Sax Quartet. He works in many musical fields (e.g. The Sklep theatre) and has participated in many recordings for Czech radio and television. He plays with several Prague orchestras (the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, the State Opera and the Prague Symphony Orchestra). He wants to pursue a solo career playing the saxophone. Michal Hanuš was born in 1980 in Vrchlabi, the Czech Republic. He studied organ playing at the Music Faculty of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and Musikkhøgskole Oslo.

Roman Fojtíček, saxophone
Michal Hanuš, organ


  • Jul 12 2018

    Roman Fojtíček and Michal Hanuš


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