Ladislav Kyselák was born on June 27, 1956 in Brno. He comes from a family of musicians. At the Brno Conservatory he first studied the violin and two years later he changed for the viola class of the outstanding teacher Professor Alois Moráň. Under his guidance he finished his studies in the year 1976 and in the same year he became a student of the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in Prague in the class of Professor Josef Kod’ousek. At the end of his studies he gave a viola recital in the Dvořák Hall of House of Artists.
Besides his solo activities, Ladislav Kyselák is in demand as a chamber music player. He regularly records at the Czech radio, and is well-known from television music programmes. He has also made recordings for Czech and foreign music publishers. He toured many European countries, as well as the USA and Japan.
Ladislav Kyselák was a teacher for four years at the Pardubice Conservatory; and in1986–1989 he played the first viola in the Slovak Philharmonic in Bratislava. In mid-1989 he became a member of the well-known Janáček quartet and at the same time taught at the Janáček Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in Brno.
His repertoire is broad; it includes solo compositions, chamber music and orchestral music, ranging from Baroque to contemporary. Ladislav Kyselák is a natural musician with a culture of technique and tone. All that makes him a much sought after musician.
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