Mezzo-soprano Aneta Petrasová studied flute followed by singing at the Music School of
Prague under Professor Christine Kluge. She continued her voice studies at the Janáček
Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno under professor Anna Barová and at the
Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden in the singing class of professor
Hendrikje Wangemann and then in the concert class of professor Olaf Bär, and in the field
of Alte Musik under professor Ludger Rémy. She became a laureate of several singing
competitions during her studies, e.g. Bohuslav Martinů Song Competition or Dušek Mozart
Competition. She concentrates on performing the music of the 17th and 18th centuries
and lieder repertoire.
Aneta Petrasová has been working both as a member and soloist with the Dresdner
Kammerchor since 2013 (artistic director Hans-Christoph Rademann) and since 2015 with
Collegium Vocale 1704 (artistic director Václav Luks). She has performed with these
ensembles at festivals and concert stages such as Salzburger Festspiele, Bachfest
Leipzig, Bachfest Stuttgart, Resonanzen Wien / Wiener Konzerthaus, Berliner
Philharmonic, Oude Muziek Utrecht and others. Since 2015 she has been working with
AuditivVokal, a German ensemble specializing in contemporary vocal music.