But, actually, the greatest sense of dramatic contrast and the most consistently resourceful shaping of lyrical line was not to be found in singing. The delight of the evening was the always responsive, imaginative and finely polished piano-playing of Valešová.

Irish Times


“ the rhythmic precision, the sharpness of the half-hues and the bevel lyricism of the Czech pianist Lada Valešová arouse enthusiasm. “



“ mesmerising pensiveness … in this entirely imaginatively planned recital, Valešová plays with heart-warming sensibility and tonal refinement.”

Daily Telegraph 


“her unflappable technique is joined by an intimate warmth and an ability to say things of worth that can’t be rushed”


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“ The formidable piano part requires the widest palette, from the soothed monody to   the eruptive violence. The postlude where Janik decides to follow Zefka who is expecting a child, is pushed to the climax. Lada Valešová, familiar with the work, is an interpreter inhabited by the singular language of the Czech master. “ https://www.forumopera.com/journal-dun-disparu-lyon-vive-la-photo-argentique   “ The score is splendid and Lada Valešová is a marvellous pianist to whom we are indebted […]

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Fata Morgana

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Wednesday 17th October 2018
Song and Aria Recital, London

Thursday 18th October 2018
Tuesday 23rd October 2018

The Diary Of the One Who Disappeared, Beijing

Friday 30th November 2018
The Diary Of the One Who Disappeared, Brno

Saturday 8th December 2018
The Diary Of the One Who Disappeared, Reggio Emilia

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Dmitri Shostakovich: Songs from the song cycle "From the Jewish Folk Poetry"

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Milton Court Concert Hall – London, February 2016.

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