Stania Ramešová / Harp

Stania Ramešová

Stania Ramešová

Upon graduation of the Conservatory of Music, Prague, Miss Ramesova continued her study at the Moscow Conservatory P. I. Tchaikovski in the class of the famous Russian harpist Olga Erdeli. Five years study at Moscow has not only improved the harp technique of Miss Ramesova, but more importantly it has deepened her relation to the chamber music.


During the last years of Moscow study, Ramesova founded - together with Russian harpist Irina Krapuchina - harp duo Aiolic Harp. This duo has earned excellent reputation in cities like Moscow, Petersburg and Vladimi with their extensive cycle of concerts entitled Harp music from 17th century to present time. Golden point in the career of the harp duo Aiolic Harp represents their performance at the Falconer Center in Copenhagen, Denmark during the Fifth International Harp Congress in June 1993, where they performed compositions of V. Kikt, A. Glazunov and P. I. Tchaikovsky. Upon graduation of Moscow Conservatory Miss Ramesova took private consultations from Prof. Patras, Prof. Storck and Prof. Dr. Wuertzler.


In the Fall of 1992 Miss Ramesova has began successful cooperation with orchestras, participating in Kiev Symphony Orchestra’s concert tour of Italy, Poland and Ukraine. Upon return to Prague Miss Ramesova founded - together with the violinist Roman Fedchuk - „Duo Renaissance“, and at the same time began her corporation with the International Ensemble of Soloists CONCERTINO. In 1997 she participated with this ensemble on an extensive concert tour of Spain. During the same year Miss Ramesova has recorded - together with violinist Roman Fedchuk and German soprano Regina Renz (soloist of Wiener Volksoper) - unusually conceived CD, entitled Masters of Romanticism. It contains popular romantic compositions of the 19th and 20th century masters.


Since 1994 Ramesova is utilizing her extensive performing experience and knowledge of harp literature and took a part time position as lecturer at the Conservatory of Music, Brno. In March 1999 her student, Olga Kalvodova, has won the second prize in the International Competition U. F. A. M. in Paris.