Kaemika corni

Kaemika corni, an excellent French horn quartet founded in 1978, includes horn players from the Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava. The exotic sounding name of the ensemble was created by simply combining the initial letters of the first names of the founding members.

KA rel   E mil   MI rek   KA rel

The initial letters were joined to create the name, and similarly the four shiny instruments were joined to create an ensemble which has a refined, cultivated sound and a wonderful tonal range as well as great possibilities of musical color and dynamism. These properties, combined with perfect instrumental technique, enable Kaemika to perform a wide repertoire of pieces of all stylistic periods (from baroque to the present day). In addition to concert pieces, the quartet also plays hunting music, which occupies an important place in its repertoire. In its long history Kaemika corni has received many awards from critics for its radio and television recordings.

Jindřich Molinger – graduate of the University of Ostrava
Pavel Chomoucký – graduate of the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (JAMU) in Brno
Karel Čurda – graduate of JAMU in Brno
Milan Krajňák – graduate of JAMU in Brno

contact person: Karel Čurda
phone: +420 596 124 656, +420 777 971 948