Markéta SCHLEY REINDLOVÁ / Tuesday, 9th July 2019, 7 p.m.



Sonate B flat major, op. 65

  1. Allegro con brio
  2. Andante religioso
  3. Allegretto
  4. Allegro maestoso e vivace

Johann Christian Heinrich RINCK


Praeludium g minor, op. 120



from the cycle "Jób":

I.     Osud

IV.    Touha po smrti

VI.    Tajemství stvoření

VIII.  Naplnění života



Choral overtures, op. 67:

Nun danket alle Gott


Werde munter, mein Gemüte




Nun danket alle Gott, op. 65, č. 59



Markéta Schley Reindlová


She graduated at the Music Conservatory in Plzeň – piano and organ and then she started to study at the Academy of Perfoming Arts in Prague (1995). She studied there organ with professor Mr. Jan Hora and acomplished her studies with honors.

She participated in many interpretative courses in the Czech Republic and abroad, led by well known and respected lecturers during her studies.

In 2005 she graduated at Hochschule für Kirchenmusik in Heidelberg (Germany) from organ and in 2008 graduated from Church music A.

She is a lauerate of many organ competitions e.g. 1st price of the Price of the Audience at „Musica Antiqua“ in Bruggy (Belgium) in 2003, 4th price of the the Price of the Audience in Musashino-Tokio (Japan) in 2004, or 1st.price of the Price of the Audience at „Orgues sans frontières“ in Dudelange (Luxembourg) in 2007.

She recorded CD in Luxembourg with a Czech romantic and contemporary music for organ in 2013 by German publishing company AMBIENTE.

She leads courses for church musicians in diocese of Pilsen since 2009.

Markéta performs on a regular basis not only as a soloist but also accompanies different musical ensembles in many European countries.

She became an assistant of the director of church music in St. Stephen parish in Bamberg (Germany) in 2018. This particular parish is well known for an extensive and high quality music. They manage 7 vocal choirs, trombone ensemble, further education of organists and concert management.

Markéta Schley Reindlová will be appointed in September 2019 as a director of church music in the Luteran church of the Saviour in the Old Town of Bamberg (DE).



Michael Bártek was born in 1984 in Brno. He started playing the piano at age seven, the organ at fourteen, and by Marie Karasové. He studied organ at the Brno Conservatory (2000-2005) by Zdenek Novacek and Petra Kolaře, in 2005-2009 he was a student of Janáček Academy of Performing Arts (organ with Heřmanova Vera and Paul Black). He participated in the six-month study visit in Strasbourg in the framework of the Erasmus study program at the Paris organist Christophe Mantoux (St. Severin). He holds a bachelor's diploma in organ interpretation of Brno (2009) and subsequently diploma "Master Professionnel" (2012), Strasbourg (Studies in C. Mantoux and Aude Heurtematte). Michael also holds a diploma in Strasbourg "DEM" of the harpsichord (2012, with Aline Zylberajch). Michael also studied with Martin Gester (Baroque organ performance) and Francise Jacoba (basso continuo). Michael Bártek is the organ master's degree at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (APA) in the class of Paul Black. In the years 2014-2016 he studied with Michael Bernhard Haas at the Music Academy in Munich.
As a concert soloist and accompanist Michael regularly performs throughout Europe. After years of staying in Strasbourg since January 2017 operates as a liturgical organist in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland