JAROMÍR Nosek | bass
"...His rich voice opens up in the low notes like a light of hope..."
"... Jaromír Nosek contributed with bass solos, which were at an impressive harmony with both ensembles. He is rightly considered the top in the interpretation of baroque music in the Czech republic..."
"...Not only was he able to show an adequately excited expression,
he was, moreover, able to maintain the comprehensibility of words.
He also proved to be a competent actor with impressive and forceful facial expression and creative gestures. He should be, nevertheless, mainly praised for his respectable vocal range, which he used in quite a few arias...“
Czech bass singer Jaromír Nosek studied choir conducting at the Faculty of Education of the Charles University in Prague where he graduated in 2007. Afterwards he fully focused on singing studies at the Prague Conservatory, and later at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. He has received scholarships for educational stays at Dartington International Summer School, at Accademia Chigiana in Siena and at Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome.
He has been collaborating with renowned Czech orchestras and vocal ensembles, such as Collegium 1704, Cappella Mariana, Musica Florea, Ensemble Damian, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra and Prague Symphony Orchestra FOK, as well as with various foreign ensembles, such as La Venexiana, Gli Angeli Genève, Concerto Palatino, Doulce Mémoire, Vox Luminis, Lautten Compagney and Wrocławska Orkiestra Barokowa. His soloist career includes the cooperation with conductors such as Václav Luks, José Cura, Hans-Christoph Rademann, Rudolf Lutz, or Christophe Rousset. Jaromír has performed at a number of international festivals, including the Prague Spring, Salzburger Festspiele, Festival d’Ambronay, Settimana Musicale Senese, Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht, Bach Festival Montréal, Festival del Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México, etc.
As an opera singer, he has performed both home and abroad; he had the lead role in Antonio Vivaldi’s serenata La Senna Festeggiante, and the opera audience might have seen him in a number of other roles: Caronte and Plutone in Claudio Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo, Ortensio in Antonio Caldara’s L’Amor non ha legge, Polidarte in Georg Friedrich Händel’s Il Giustino, Il Commendatore in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Don Giovanni or Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte.
He has contributed to the recording of over 30 CD’s, a number of which has been nominated or has received prestigious international prizes, such as Choc du Monde de la Musique or ICMA (International classical music awards).