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B) creative arts,
C) dancing and ballett,
Our school belongs to the largest schools in our region. The learners are not only from our town, but from near villages as well.
The founder is the „statutory town Frydek-Mistek“, the schoolmaster is Mr. Ladislav Muron. The learners are taught in three buildings.
1253 learners attend our school this year:
a) 844 learners are educated in music,
b) 303 in creative arts,
c) 66 in dancing,
d) 40 in drama.
60 tutors educate the learners in their arts.
The studies are devided to four parts:
a) introductory study (1-2 years),
b) elementary study grade I (7 years),
c) advanced study grade II (4 years),
d) study for adults (4 years).
The entrance examination
The entrance examination will be held on Monday, June 10 2019 between 14-16 O.C. (in creative arts June 11 and 12 2019 at 15 O.C.).
Our advanced students can také part in some school bands and orchestras:
a) the string orchestra of students – conductor Mr. Boris Hajdusek,
b) the children’s choir – „Písnička“ the conductor Mrs. Bohdana Šlachta
c) the acordeon band – leader Vít Pavlíček
d) the cimbalon music band „Slavík“ – the leader Mr. Jiří Hajdušek,
e) the cimbalon music band „Trnka“ – leader Mr. Premysl Verlik,
f) the music ensemble „Tempra“ – leader Mrs. Lucie Franko,
g) the fiddler music – leader Mr. Karel Skotnica,
h) the rock music band „Uni-corn“ – leader Mr. Dalibor Šlachta.
i) the guitar band - leader Mr. Radek Huštan
Many other chamber ensembles are active in the school (E.G. guitare or violoncello quartetos, various trios etc.).
The international cooperation
Our school has a regular cooperation with 2 similar schools abroad.
The cooperation was begun in 2002 during the visit of Mr. Olli Helske, the conductor of the students‘ string orchestra, in Frydek-Mistek. In May 2004 the orchestra arrived with Mr. Helske, their conductor, and schoolmaster Mr Ilmo Pokkinen to our town. The first shared concert was realized then together with the students‘ orchestra of our town conducted by Mr. Boris Hajdusek and the the children’s quire „Pisnicka“ led by Mr. Milan Macura. The cooperation continued in 2005 when our orchestra and the cimbalo music band „Graj“ led by Mrs. Vera Csaszarova travelled to Finland. After a warm wellcome a concert was held in the school concert hall on April 26. In the following days we made a town and surroundings sight-seeing. We also visited the original Finnish sauna near from a frozen lake.
During that journey our ensembles had their concerts in Vilnius, riga and Tallinn too.
One of the other pleasant meetings occurred in February 2010 in Mikkeli, where the local Music school celebrated its 50.th Foundation anniversary. On that occasion, there was international orchestra formed, which Finnish, Czech and many other Estonia and German students from Talin and Ostholstein Music schools took part in.
After demanding rehearsal preparations two joint concerts came about shared with an amazing trip to historic town Savonlinna afterward.
In October 2011, a group of students and teachers from Mikkeli (Finland) visited Frýdek-Místek. The international concert held on 11th October in the National House draw a large audience which could listen not only to the string orchestra under the baton of Olli Helske, but also to the brass quintet, the flute trio and the violin and guitar duo.
Our school was represented by the choir of the youngest children, Tempra ensemble and the string orchestra.
The highlight of the concert was the common performance of both orchestras, which interpreted Joseph Haydn’s Children’s Symphony and Karl Jenkins’ Palladio.
The Finnish guests took a look at the centres of Frýdek and Místek. They also made a trip to Olešná Lake and to Lysá hora, the highest mountain of the region.
The cooperation between the art schools was joined in 2004. After the first letter contact the schoolmaster Mr. Andrzej Wójcinski invited our ensembles for a concert to Poland. The first shared concerts were held in May 2005 during the visit in Poland. Still in November 2005 a small group of the polish friends came to visit us and a shared concert was held as well as an organ concert of Mrs. Hanna Stypułkowska, a lady-teacher from the polish school.
The students‘ string orchestra conducted by Mr. Boris Hajdusek was introduced in Konin and a near town Kolo in November 2006.
Our cimbalo music band „Sidla“ visited Konin town in April 2008 and gave their two performens there.
In return Frýdek-Místek delegation took part in the 35.th Konin school foundation anniversary in April.
A year later in march 2010 there were 3 concerts held in Konin and its close surrounding, where both school chamber ensembles gave their performances.
On 24th March 2011, a gala concert named “Music School for the home town - Poland on the eve of the chairmanship of European Union” was held in Konin, Poland.
The symphonic orchestra of 55 members, which performed at the concert, consisted of the students from three music schools: the local school, the school from the German town of Herne and the school from Frýdek-Místek.
Our school was represented by the conductor Boris Hajdušek and fifteen violinists and violoncellist. Despite many hours of rehearsing, all the participants had also time for sightseeing in the region of Konin and were received by the mayor at the town hall.
Making sight-seeing and discussion similar problems belongs to the consistent points of our appointments and meetings.