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EVA VELICKÁ

Our New Editor-in-Chief

From June 2015 Bärenreiter Praha s. r. o. has a new Editor-in-Chief in the person of PhDr. Eva Velická, PhD.

She has taken over the job and competencies of the previous Editor-in-Chief Annette Thein, whom we would like to thank for her many years of dedicated work for our Prague publishing house. We trust that under the direction of Eva Velická, who will be stationed directly in Prague, the editorial staff and planning of the Czech publisher will be provided with continuity and with new impulses both for our current projects and for the enrichment and further development of our future publishing programme.
Contact: velicka@baerenreiter.cz, tel.: +420 274 001 917

Czech musicologist Eva Velická Ph.D. is a graduate of Charles University in Prague in the field of musicology. From 2010 to 2015 she served as director of the Antonín Dvořák Museum, in the period from 2003 to 2009 she served as a musicologist at the Bohuslav Martinů Institute. Since 2007 she holds the position of president of the NGO Omnimusa, which was co-founded by her. Music and theatre projects managed by her are highly regarded and critically acclaimed. Since 2011 she is a member of the grants commission of the Czech Ministry of Culture for classical music. Since 2012 she also serves as a grants consultant at the Kühn Choir of Prague and at the Prague Music Performance Institute. She has successfully managed dozens of grant projects, including international EU projects (ESF, Culture, Norway Grants).


She has undertaken many long-term stays and research fellowships: Phillips-Universität in Marburg, Ludwig-Maxmillian-Universität in München, Bärenreiter-Verlag Kassel, Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Bibliotheque Nationale de France in Paris, Library of Congress in Washington D.C. etc. She has published a lot of articles on the subject of Czech music, and she also has rich experience from numerous music publishing projects with the active cooperation of Bärenreiter (among others, the New Dvořák Edition and the Bohuslav Martinů Complete Edition).