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Andrea Wlosokova Adamcova

School of Music
Adjunct Instructor, Piano



M.M., University of North Texas, Piano
M.M., Janácek Academy of Music, Piano
Teaching Certificate, Janácek Academy


Andrea Adamcova is a graduate from the Janácek Academy of Music in Bmo (1993 - 1998), Czech Republic, where she earned a Masters of Music in Piano Performance and a Teaching Certificate in June 1998. In May 2000, she completed a Masters of Music in Piano Performance at the University of North Texas, Denton, where she studied with prof. Adam Wodnicki. 

Before her university teaching experience, Mrs. Adamcova served as a teaching assistant in Music Theory, Music History, and Keyboard Class Piano at the University of North Texas. Concurrently, she served as a piano instructor in the Community Music Program at University of North Texas. While at UNT, Ms. Adamcova also had the opportunity to teach piano at two private schools: The Academy of Fine Arts in Lewisville, TX and the Backstage Music School in Southlake. While at the University of North Texas, she performed for two semesters as a pianist with the UNT Wind Symphony under the direction of Eugene Corporon. They recorded two CD's and performed on several big events, including the 66 th Annual Convention of American Bandmasters Association in Austin, TX. 

Between 2000 and 2002 Mrs. Adamcova served as a piano instructor and accompanist at Truman State University, Kirksville, Missouri and since 2002 she has resided in Sylva, North Carolina along with her husband Pavel and three daughters. Her first solo classical piano CD album recorded at the Center For Applied Technology on campus of Western Carolina University was released in Spring 2010.  

As a classical pianist, Mrs. Adamcova has toured throughout Europe and the United States and has had extensive concert and clinic experiences. Her album “Passionate Piano of Andrea Adamcova” is officially available on iTunes and Amazon websites.

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