A native of Ostrava, Pavel Kašpar is a pianist awarded all around Europe. He also received great acclaim in China, Mexico, Israel, USA and Canada. He is recording for TUDOR and Bayerischer Rundfunk.
He cooperates with front Czech and international orchestras and conductors: Jiří Kout, Petr Altrichter, Rastislav Štúr, Heike Mathias Förster, Dirk Kaftan, Jan Talich,Libor Pešek and others. In solo recitals he always includes works of Czech music
literature in his programs (Dvořák, Smetana, Janáček, Martinů, Novák) and he also plays world piano works (Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Chopin, Brahms, Liszt,Scarlatti, Debussy, Ravel, Gershwin and others). German composer Roland Leistner-Mayer composed a piano concert for Kaspar. This concert premiered in January 2001 and was performed with the Hofer Symphony Orchestra. Bayerischer Rundfunk published a recording of this concert in the spring of 2002. For many years he has been actively involved in chamber music, working on joint projects with the Berlin Philharmonic Quartet, the Prague Quartet, cellist Michal Kanka (Prague Spring 2010), and flutist Roman Novotny. He is also preparing a recording with soprano
Simona Houda Šaturová.
He dedicated the 2010/11 season mainly to Chopin (Schleswig-Holstein Festival,Emilia Romagna Festival). In October 2010 he did his third trip to China where he performed with Chinese Broadcast Symphony Orchestra at the Grand Theatre Beijing
(BIG EGG) and in two recitals. His future engagements include tour of Italy (winter and spring), concerts in Germany, Mexico and Czech Republic. In December 2010 he also performed in Budapest and just before Christmas he did a recital with Simona Šaturová at the Prague Rudolfinum.
Between 2002 and 2009 he recorded a 4-CD set of Bohuslav Martinu’s complete piano works; Martinů, along with other composers, also appears on a recording he did with Roman Novotny, flutist of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2009 in Prague Rudolfinum, he also recorded a CD with works of Beethoven and Haydn. Pavel Kaspar began his piano studies at the age of six with Professor Zofie Fierlova. He later studied in the class of Professor Rudolf Macudzinski at the Bratislava Music
Academy and Frantisek Rauch at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. In 1983,he moved to Germany, where he continued his studies under the direction of Professor Ludwig Hoffmann at the Munich Music Academy.
德彪西《第一部前奏曲》12首 Debussy | Preludes Book 1
海顿《f小调变奏曲》 Haydn| Variationen f-moll Hob. XVII: 6
格什温《钢琴前奏曲NO.1》 Gershwin| Preludes for Piano
格什温《蓝色狂想曲》(钢琴独奏版) Gershwin| Rhapsody in Blue-Piano solo version