Jan Talich Wiki – Jan Talich Bio
Jan Talich, founder of the string quartet named after his uncle (director Vaclav Talich) Jan Talich died in Prague after a period of ill health.
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Jan Talich Age
He was 74 years old.
Jan Talich Education & Career
Talich, who studied the violin with Josef Micky at the Prague Conservatory, and with Ladislav Černý, founded the Talich Quartet in 1964. With his fellow quartet members, he traveled the world, specializing in works by Czech composers, many of them contemporaries. – and winning several prestigious awards, including the Diapason d’or Awards for recordings of string quartets by Mozart and Beethoven. He continued playing with the quartet until 1970. His nephew now takes his seat.
Klâsik müzik dünyasının en önemli ve sevdiğim yaylı çalgılar dörtlüsü gruplarından Talich Dörtlüsü’nün kurucusu kemancı Jan Talich yaşama veda etmiş. Onu orijinal Talich Dörtlüsü’nün koleksiyonumdaki kayıtlarıyla ve sevgiyle anıyorum. Huzur içinde uyu Jan Talich… 🌸 pic.twitter.com/yvk5TvQdWM
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Talich was also a member of the Czech Philharmonic and the Ardo Chamber Orchestra and worked in the Czech Ministry of Culture’s Music Studio.
Her son posted the following message: ‘It is with great sadness that I would like to announce that my father Jan Talich sr., The founding member of the Talich quartet and one of the best musicians I knew, died on 16.4. For those who wish to say goodbye in person, the service will be in Olšany, Ústřední obřadní Síň on 27.4. at 11.00.
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