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About me

  • Graduated the Prague Conservatory, Academy of Music in Prague and HMT Hanover
  • He graduated masterclasses with P. Zukerman, R. Ricci and A. Chumachenco
  • At the same time several years studied privately with legendary violinist Josef Suk
  • He is winner of several national and international competitions and scholarship
  • MA debuted as music partner with Josef Suk at the Prague Spring Festival and recorded with him CD
  • He toured as a soloist with numerous orchestras under the baton of J. Bělohlávek, L. Svárovský, E. Jaffe etc.
  • He has performed at major festivals and concerts in most European countries, USA, Canada and South Korea





Recording for Czech centre in New York

Miroslav Ambroš - violin 

Zuzana Ambrošová - piano 

Date of event: 11.04.2021


Advent concert for CZECH TV

Ambroš Ladies sextett 

Miroslav Ambroš - violin 

Date of event: 20.12.2020

My CDs














Program tips

In 2006 Miroslav Ambroš recorded a CD named „Il virtuoso“, which is full of his favourite compositions written by the world famous composers. In his interpretation listeners are captivated by his top violin artistry. They closely follow the breathtaking melodies created by virtuosos living in the pat centuries.



Miroslav Ambroš – violin

Zuzana Ambrošová – piano








G. Tartini –  Sonata g minor - Devil´s Trill 

F. Kreisler – Caprice Viennois, op.2

N. Paganini –  Cantabile, op.17

N. Paganini –  Moses fantasy on G string

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E. Ysaÿe –  Sonata-Ballade, op. 27 for violin solo

J. Suk –  Radúz and Mahulena

P. de Sarasate –  Concert fantasy Faust

A. Bazzini –  La Ronde des Lutins, op.25



The young talented violinist Miroslav Ambroš would like to honour his teacher and music partner Maestro Josef Suk, a descendant of the famous composers Antonín Dvořák and Josef Suk, who recently past away. In a unique program, he brings the audience into the world of this Czech violin legend.



Miroslav Ambroš – violin

Zuzana Ambrošová – piano








G. F. Händel –  Sonata D major, op. 1, No. 4

A. Dvořák –  Romantic pieces, op.75

A. Dvořák –  Mazurek E minor op. 49

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E. W. Korngold - The suite Much Ado About Nothing, op.11

B. Martinů - Madrigal stancas

N. Paganini - Moses - fantasy on G string 

A. Bazzini - La Ronde des Lutins, op.25


The stunning bond of violin and viola offers an unforgettable experience and takes the listeners throughout some music history, from baroque to impressionism.       



Miroslav Ambroš – violin

Oldřich Vlček – viola, violin




J.S. Bach - Ciaccona D minor BWV 1004 for violin solo

G.F. Handel - J. Halvorsen - Pasacaglia for violin and viola

W.A. Mozart - Two duos for violin and viola 

E. Ysaÿe - Sonata-Ballade No.3, op. 27 for violin solo

S. Prokofjev - Sonata for two violins, op. 56














A violin in the hands of the virtuoso Miroslav Ambroš turns into a real stage imperator. In his one man show he takes the audience by storm of virtuosity and meditation.



Miroslav Ambroš – violin solo




J.S. Bach –  Sonata G minor BWV 1001

N. Paganini –  Caprices (selection)

E. Ysaÿe –  Sonata-Ballade No.3, op.27


J. S.Bach –  Ciaccona from Partita D minor BWV 1004

S. Prokofjev –  Sonata, op. 115

S. Bodorová –  Dža more

“Popular melodies of jazz and classical music”

Violin as the phenomenon of classical music and saxophone as the uncrowned king of jazz accompanied by masterful piano bonding both these style closely are an outstanding much. Together they deliver some impressive experience and numerous musical surprises.

The Trio of Felix Slováček Junior is formed by three brilliant musicians, who come from the present generation. The heart of this musical body is an exceptional saxophone player and son of the famous Mr Felix Slováček – Felix Slováček Junior. This young artist does not only master the saxophone he also gives performances as clarinettist, singer and conductor. Thanks to his renaissance personality he engages in various musical styles as classical music, jazz, popular music and many others. Another member of this body is a violinist Mr Miroslav Ambroš, who used to be a student of Maestro Josef Suk. Due to his exceptional talent and precise training Mr Ambroš has already received plenty of awards at the world competitions and he has given concerts as a solo artist at prestigious festivals accompanying some prominent orchestras (Prague Symphonic Orchestra, Prague Philharmonia, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic and many others). He is also the founder and solo player of the unique female chamber orchestra named Ambroš Ladies Orchestra. The last member of the trio is an excelent pianist Vjačeslav Grochovskij. He is an active highly successful solo player reaching for his audience worldwide. He cooperates with some top orchestras as for example Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra and is a member of The International Dvořák Society. Mr Slováček, Mr Ambroš and Mr Grochovkij have come to give you their outstanding program called “The Popular Melodies of Classical and Jazz Music”.



Miroslav Ambroš –  violin

Felix Slováček Jr. – saxophone

Vjačeslav Grochovskij –  piano



N. Paganini – Caprices (selection) for violin solo 

J. Massenet – Meditation for violin, saxophone and piano

N. Paganini –  "Mojžíš“ – Fantasy on G string for violn and piano 

S. Rachmaninov – Vocalise for violin, saxophone and piano

V. Monti – Csárdás for violin, saxophone and piano


N. Paganini – Carneval in Venice for violin, saxophone and piano

A. Bazzini – La Ronde des Lutins for violin and piano

L. Bernstein – America-West Side Story for saxophone and piano

J. Ježek – Bugatti step for violin, saxophone and piano



Miroslav Ambroš- housle







W. A. Mozart: Concert G major, KV 216

L. van Beethoven: Triple Concerto C major for violin, cello and piano, op.56

F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Concert E minor, op. 64

J. Brahms: Concert A minor for violin and cello, op.10

A. Dvořák: Concert A minor, op. 53

P. I. Čajkovskij: Concert D major, op. 35

E. Lalo: Spanish symphony, op. 21

J. Suk: Fantasy G minor, op. 24

A. Berg: Concert "The memory of angel"

S. Prokofjev: Concert D major, No.1, op. 19

E.W. Korngold: Concert D major, op. 35

D. Kabalevskij: Concert C major, op. 48

M. Kubička: Concerto for violin, piano and orchestra



Miroslav Ambroš - violin











J .S. Bach - Concert E major, BWV 1042

J. S. Bach - Concert for two violins D minor, BWV 1043

A. Vivaldi - "Four seasons" op.8

A. Vivaldi - Concert G major, No.3, R.V.310 - L’estro armonico

A. Vivaldi - Concert A minor, No.6, R.V.358, op.3

A. Vivaldi - Concert A minor No.8, R.V 522 for two violins

A. Vivaldi - Concert D minor, No.11, op.3 for two violins

A. Vivaldi - Concert C minor, No. 12, op.1 for two violins

F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Concert D minor, No.1 for violin and orchestra

F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Concert D minor for violin, piano and orchestra

A. Dvořák - Mazurek E mior. op 49  in an arrangement for violin and chamber orchestra 

G. Tartini - Sonata - Devils Trill in an arrangement for violin and chamber orchestra

N. Paganini - "Moses" fantasy on G string in an arrangement for violin and chamber orchestra

A. Bazzini - La Ronde des Lutins in an arrangement for violin and chamber orchestra

The title AVA Trio Prague presents a remarkable instrumental union presented by a violin, viola and piano. The trio consists of the founder and solo player of the unique musical body Ambroš Ladies Orchestra Mr Miroslav Ambroš, the violist and the head of the famous orchestra Virtuosi di Praga Mr Oldřich Vlček and an excellent piano player Mrs Zuzana Ambrošová. This trio of exceptional musicians have been giving their performance for many years. They are regularly warmly greeted with great respect on various home and foreign stages. Their program focuses on the treasures of classical music and they are always a guarantee of the top interpretation. Miroslav Ambroš, Oldřich Vlček and Zuzana Ambrošová give their performances of classical pieces as the famous Trio E flat major “Kegelstatt” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, well known Mazurek by Antonín Dvořák, the beautiful composition Pasacaglia by Johan Halvorsen with the theme of George Friedrich Händel and many others.



Miroslav Ambroš – violin
Oldřich Vlček – viola
Zuzana Ambrošová – piano


Ladies and classical music are terms that have more in common far more than one could possibly assume. Together they share charm and hidden beauty, mystery and directness, passion and calmness. No wonder that the union of feminity and musical instruments alone forms such a tuned-up symphony.

Year 2017 has taken off and the virtuoso violinist Miroslav Ambroš comes up with an original idea based on the union of feminity and music. In Czech Republic there could be found plenty of excellent and talented female musicians, however, is there an orchestra formed strictly by women alone? That is a concept that is, in fact, completely unique throughout the whole European scene.

Therefore Mr Ambroš takes up the challenge and gradually reaches out for some of the most talented Czech female musicians. After all, he himself, as the last student of Maestro violinist Josef Suk and along with his abundant concert experiences worldwide, belongs the top players we have.

Step by step he achieves to form a fully functional string orchestra with twelve permanent and a few alternating members having the winner of Prague Spring competition Olga Šroubková in the lead. Currently the female formation together with their solo violinist and art manager Miroslav Ambroš are ready to perform and their schedule for the upcoming season is getting filled.

This season is awaiting several important performances, the most important of which will be a gala concert in the Monaco Opéra de Monte-Carlo in Salle Garnier under the auspices of the Albert II. Prince of Monaco.

Music samples

A. Bazzini – La Ronde des Lutins, Op. 25:

J. Suk – Radúz and Mahulena, Op. 16:

P. de Sarasate – Jota Aragonesa, Op. 27:

N. Paganini – „Moses“ Fantasy on G string:




With Maestro Josef Suk


with violinist Ivan Ženatý 




With opera singer Štefan Margita


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