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Born in Prague, Czech Republic, in a family of mathematicians, just a few months before the famous Velvet Revolution, Jan Scholle is a czech gifted pianist and occasional composer. After graduating from Prague School of Art, Jan began to develop under leadership of very experienced senior teacher Jarmila Dolezalova.

Jan is notable for his almost endless breath-taking concerts, during which he transports the audience to another realm. His always awe-inspiring performances don’t let you sit still, you feel much more your soul than you feel your body. It’s a transcendental experience that doesn’t emerge everyday.

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  • flavigny

    HEEy! Come to prague again, please.

    12 Jun 2009 Reply
  • Iron_Storm

    the real king of piano!

    5 Jun 2008 Reply
  • flavigny

    john is finally adult, he has reached excellent results and we are absolutely proud of him

    27 May 2008 Reply
  • satorka

    OH MY GOSH - it's probably the best i've ever heard! and the best new: i've just read that he's planning to have a tour next autumn! one of his concerts's going to be in the O2 arena in prague too! i've already started to save money to buy a ticket as soon as possible, because it's going to be sold out for sure!!!!!!

    16 May 2008 Reply
  • flavigny

    hmm, cant believe you people dont listen to him more...

    14 May 2008 Reply