Růžičková, ZuzanaRůžičková, Zuzana , Czech harpsichordist and teacher; b. Plzeň, Jan. 14, 1928. She studied at the Prague Academy of Music. In 1956 she won the Munich International Competition. She was a member of the Prague Chamber Soloists (1962–67), which she co-founded with the conductor Vaclav Neumann. In 1962 she joined the faculty of the Prague Academy of Music. She appeared in duo recitals with Josef Suk from 1963. In 1969 she was named an Artist of Merit. In 1952 she married Viktor Kalabis.
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