Tereza Privratska graduated from the Prague Conservatory under the tutelage of Jindrich Pazdera in Prague. She then moved to London to study with Maurice Hasson and Jack Liebeck at Royal Academy of Music, completing a BMus with honours and a MMus with distinction.
A very sought-after solo, chamber and orchestral performer, Tereza is a prize winner of several international violin competitions, including the Kocian International Competition in the Czech Republic, and The Talents for Europe in Slovakia. At age 13, she performed Vivaldi’s Double violin concerto with legendary Josef Suk in Prague’s Rudolfinum. Other appearances include the Prague Spring International Festival, and solo recitals in Europe and North America. She is the founder and first violin of the award-winning Jubilee Quartet, who performs regularly in venues and festivals internationally; with London appearances at Wigmore Hall, Conway Hall and Purcell Room.
Tereza is a devoted violin and chamber music teacher and is currently undertaking a PhD in string quartet pedagogy. She teaches string quartets at the Purcell School Chamber Academy and is an Assistant Violin Teacher at The Yehudi Menuhin School.