Jiří Miroslav Procházka

was born in Brno in 1988. He gained his first experience with singing in the children’s choir Kantiléna at the Brno Philharmonic. In 2004
he entered the Brno Conservatory, where he studied with Mgr. Petr Julíček, then classical singing at the Bratislava Academy of Performing Arts under the pedagogical guidance of Prof. Hana Bandová-Štolfová, ArtD. In 2013 he finished his studies at the Prague Academy of Performing Arts under MgA. Martin Bárta. Since 2013 he has been a guest of the Janáček Opera Brno, he also collaborates with the National Theatre in Prague and the National Theatre of Antonín Dvořák in Ostrava. He regularly collaborates as a guest with the JAMU Chamber Opera.

In 2011 he won 2nd prize in the Summer School of Baroque Music competition, where he also participated in baroque performance courses with Polish countertenor Jakub Burzynski and in 2013, also with Adam Plachetka.

He has also performed at music festivals such as Music Festival Znojmo (CZ), Smetanova Litomyšl (CZ), Janáček May (CZ), Janáček Brno (CZ), 9. (CZ), Olomouc Baroque Festival (CZ), Soozvuk Bratislava (SVK), Mikolow Music Days (POL), Zadar Music Evenings (HR), International Music Festival Weingarten (DE) and others.

He has collaborated with many important music and theatre ensembles such as: Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, South Bohemian Philharmonic Orchestra, Czech Ensemble Baroque, Collegium 1704, Ensemble Inégal, Musica Aeterna-Bratislava, Musica Florea, Ensemble Damian, Musica figuralis, Musica da camera Brno, Czech virtusi, Opera diversa, Moravian Piano Trio, Trio Milonguero Peter Zamečník, Q-vox, Children’s Choir Kantiléna, Divadlo Feste and many others.