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Ludmila started playing piano from the age of 4. She was early considered to be a musical “wonder child” with her first compositions and public performances at the age of 8, before she even could write any notes.

As a little girl she was participating in a different music competitions and contests together with the older and famous musicians. In the 90's her music was regularly played abroad in TV and radio.

Most of the time she was living and performing abroad, also in Sweden, where in May 2003 she released her CD Forever, recorded together with Swedish saxophonist and the leader of XL Big Band Berndt Sjogren. Together with a Swedish singer Nilla Nielsen Ludmila recorded a few successful songs (Rainy Tuesday Song, Fire and Your Love is like a Waterfall).

She was also performing with a soprano singer Elin Svensson. They've recorded together a few songs (You are Always in My Heart, Eftertanke, Somna and Aldrig ensam mer). Ludmila was also performing with a saxophonists Victor Cehlin (Sweden) and Tomas Kremenak (Milan Svoboda's Prague big band).

At the moment she's living and composing in Prague, preparing a new music projects and a life performances.




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From The Forever Album Reviews

“The dialogue between both musical instrument is moving on the border of jazz and the musical romanticism, but it's still a very calm and relaxing. The compositions are a little bit evoking the mood of the meditative recording of Windham Hill's label.”

Pavel Visek - Rock & Pop Magazine

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Forever

Unknown label
2003

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