Ondřej Holub tenor

Artist

Ondřej Holub acquired the fundamentals of singing from Professor Lenka Pištěcká, subsequently at the Prague Conservatory with Professors Valentin Prolat and Jiří Kotouč. He focuses on interpretation of early music, both as a soloist and an ensemble singer. He regularly collaborates with most domestic ensembles working in this genre, including Collegium 1704, Schola Gregoriana Pragensis, Cappella Mariana, Collegium Marianum, Ensemble Inégal, Ensemble Damian, The Czech Ensemble Baroque, Victoria Ensemble and Musica Florea.

 

As a soloist, he regularly collaborates with various orchestras (FOK, Hradec Králové Philharmonic Orchestra, South Czech Philharmonic Orchestra). Among others, he performed as tenor with Collegium 1704 in Bach’s Mass in B Minor in Vézelay, France. In 2013–2019, he was a member of the Martinů Voices Chamber Choir, one of the leading ensembles in the field of 20th century and contemporary music. In 2018, he sang in Mahler’s 2nd Symphony with the Prague Philharmonic Choir on the 100th anniversary of the Republic at Carnegie Hall in New York.