Zuzana Michlerová

Composer ● Orchestrator ● Arranger ● Singer

Zuzana Michlerová is a Czech composer, arranger, orchestrator and singer. Born to a family of musicians, she begun to develop her music abilities at a very young age starting with piano lessons followed by singing and classical ballet lessons. Visual arts and literature, stories and moods bound to these media have always inspired her musical imagination. Following this her long-term interest in working with texts, images and music lead her to focus on composing music for screen and for theater.


Zuzana graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2015 receiving her Master of Music degree in Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games and from Prague Conservatory in 2012 where she gained her classical composition and vocal training.


During her studies she had an opportunity to record and conduct her orchestral film music with foremost London musicians at renowned Abbey Road Studios in London, with Budapest Art Orchestra at East Connection Music Recording Corporation or with musicians of Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana at Palau de les Artes Reina Sofia in Valencia and at Ann Kreis Scoring Stage at Berklee Valencia. 


As a recipient of the scholarship of the Italian government, Zuzana was selected to participate in Film Music Master class lead by Academy Award Winner Luis Bacalov at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena.


Zuzana is also an author of the opera Pramen which was premiered in Prague as her graduation project at Prague Conservatory in 2012 and later performed in Prostějov Municipal Theater in 2014. Currently, she has been writing her second opera Babel in collaboration with librettist, painter and stage director Vladimír Kiseljov.


Recently, Zuzana has been working on various arrangement & orchestration projects which have been recorded with FILMharmonic Orchestra Prague in Rudolfinum concert hall, with Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra or with Budapest Art Orchestra. She has also been collaborating with LA based film composer of Czech origin Elia Cmiral.   



Conducting a 51-piece orchestra at Abbey Road Studios in London