Tomáš Lajtkep tenor
Tomáš Lajtkep holds a Master’s degree in Telecommunications from the Brno University of Technology. While still a student, he started studying voice privately and took part in masterclasses by various specialists in the field of Early Music. He works regularly with ensembles focusing on the Gregorian chant as well as on Renaissance and Baroque repertoire, including Collegium Marianum (dir. Jana Semerádová), Cappella Mariana (dir. Vojtěch Semerád), Collegium Vocale 1704 (dir. Václav Luks), Schola Gregoriana Pragensis (dir. David Eben), Vox Luminis (dir. Lionel Meunier), and Collegium Vocale Gent (dir. Philippe Herreweghe).
Besides his singing career he also plays the trombone in several jazz bands and the sackbut (tenor and bass) with the Capella Ornamentata ensemble, having participated in masterclasses of Franck Poitrineau, Bernhard Rainer, and Adam Woolf.