Hana Blažíková was born in Prague. As a child she sung in a children choir
Radost Praha and she played violin. Later she turned to solo singing. In
2002 she graduated from the Prague Conservatory in the class of Jiří Kotouč
and later she undertook further study with Poppy Holden, Peter Kooij, Monika
Mauch and Howard Crook.
Today Hana specializes in the interpretation of baroque, rennaisance and
medieval music, performing with ensembles and orchestras around the world,
including Collegium Vocale Gent (Philippe Herreweghe), Bach Collegium Japan
(Masaaki Suzuki), Sette Voci (Peter Kooij), Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra (Ton
Koopman), L’Arpeggiata, Gli Angeli Geneve, La Fenice, Tafelmusik, Collegium
1704, Collegium Marianum, Musica Florea, among others.
Hana Blažíková has performed at many world festivals, including Prague
Spring, Oude Muziek Utrecht, Resonanzen (Vienna), Tage Alter Musik (Regensburg),
Festival de Sablé, Festival de La Chaise – Dieu, Festival de Saintes, Arts
festival Hong Kong.
In 2010 and 2013 she took part in a worldly highly praised tour with St.
Matthew´s Passion under the direction of Philippe Herreweghe and in 2011 she
made her debut in Carnegie Hall with Masaaki Suzuki´s Bach Collegium Japan.
She also sang a soprano part of St. John´s Passion with Boston Symphony
Orchestra during the Easter period of 2011. In November 2014 she participated
in the stage production “Orfeo chaman” with L’Arpeggiata in Bogota.
Hana appears on more than 30 CDs, including the well-known series of
Bach´s cantatas with Bach Collegium Japan.
Hana also plays gothic harp and presents concerts in which she accompanies
herself on that instrument. She is also a member of Tiburtina Ensemble, which
specializes in the Gregorian chant and early medieval polyphony.