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Lenka Filipová (Guitar)

Born: February 14, 1954 - Prague, Czechoslovakia

The Czech singer and guitarist, Lenka Filipová, studied at the Prague conservatoire, and after that, at the international music academy in Paris, specified on the classical guitar.

Up to present, Lenka Filipová has produced ten albums in song and tune, also four albums on classical guitar. Most of her albums were awarded gold disc and also platinum disc. She also writes her own songs from which a lot of them turned into big hits throughout central Europe. She has toured throughout all of Europe, Japan, USA, and Canada. She gained the Grand Prix title in the guitar festival in Antil in Holland. In 1997, she won Czech Grammy and made 2 tours with Francis Cabrel.

Lenka Filipová speaks very well in Russian, French and English. Her latest achievement was her new double album entitled "The Best Of Lenka Filipova".



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Lenka Filipova (Official Website) [Czech/French/English]

Lenka Filipovä (Osobsonosti) [Czech]
Lenka Filipová (Wikipedie) [Czech]

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