Janet Feinstein, a native Houstonian who worked & performed in New York City for many years, has been living in Prague since 2007. She wrote & performed several one woman cabarets at Don’t Tell Mama in New York City. In 2018, she proudly established her own not for profit organization, Rhythm & Keys HElping through ART, to raise monies & awareness for charities throughout the Czech Republic. She is the Producer for each benefit. As a vocalist, she enjoys performing jazz, pop, blues, comedy and parodies. Numbers performed are generally related to the cause being supported. “I am blessed to be working with such committed artists, musicians and vocalists, who grace the Prague stages with their impressive talents, professionalism & big hearts.”
ROBIN FINESILVER is a well – respected highly acclaimed British pianist who has been playing in Prague since 2006 & 40 yrs prior in other parts of the world.
He was a vital force with Stan the Man’s Bohemian Blues Band. Various engagements in Prague include the 5 star Prague Marriott Hotel, Royal Theatre & various popular neighborhood venues where he brings people together with his eclectic music, strong vocals, high energy & enthusiastic spirit. Additionally, he is the Musical Director for Rhythm & Keys HElping through ART, a not for profit organization raising monies for charities throughout the Czech Republic. Causes have included Motol Hospital Department of Hematology & Pediatric Oncology, La Strada Czech Republic, DropIn & Czech AIDS Help Society.
Veronika Bellova is of Czech, Slovak and Russian heritage, born in Prague. She graduated from the Prague Conservatory with a major in classical singing. Her singing voice is soprano. She participated in performing and recording wide range of projects for commercials, film and TV postproductions, English educative programs, Czech and Slovak traditional songs, pop, relaxation music and musicals. She is also an accomplished actress best known for her roles in Hannibal Rising, Pagan Queen, Children of Dune, My Detox, Expulsion from Paradise etc.
Michael Pitthan is a bilingual multi-platform performer working on stage, screen, in motion capture and voice. An accomplished improvisor, and a keen student of stage combat, he is also a workshop leader, MC and director. Presently he is a regular performer with Cimrman English Theatre at the famous Zizkovske Divadlo Jary Cimrman. Directing the next production, ‘The Act’ which will premiere at the end of March, he is very excited that the company is adding another feather to its cap. Recent work include a supporting lead in the Czech feature film, Chata Na Prodej (Bear With Me), television appearances in 12 Monkeys and the Netflix series, ‘Haunted’ as well as a lead role in the game Kingdom Come Deliverance. To check out his showreel or contact him for future collaboration visit his Facebook page.
Clair’s professional career has spanned over 2 decades and she has worked professinally in Cabaret, Musical Theatre, session singing, TV and Film. Clair began her career working as a cabaret artist across the UK before training in musical theatre at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Moving in to professional musical theatre, Clair has performed leading roles in London’s West End and toured the UK and Europe on several occasions. As a session singer, Clair has worked with Richard Darbyshire and Sonia Jones. Before relocating to Prague, Clair made a move to straight acting and worked extensively in film. Most recently Clair has been the front woman for Prague based Blues Rockers, The Vinogrooves. The band toured in the UK and released several original songs before disbanding in 2018.
Virginia Delgado started dancing at the age of 12. She studied at the legendary Amor de Dios dance school and in Madrid Royal Conservatory, where she devoted herself to Spanish dance and classical ballet. In 2008 she performed with her band Con Aire Flamenco at the traditional Epidaurus festival. In 2011 she introduced herself as a choreographer and dancer in two projects. In 2012 Virginia introduced her autobiographical Sobre mis Pasos, where she showed her art experiences. In 2013 she created the first flamenco company in the Czech Republic “Flamenco dance – Virginia Delgado”, with which presents the project “Women”. Currently Virginia develops her teaching work in Prague and different cities of the Czech Republic.
Dario Piga began playing the guitar when he was 11 years old but he started to play flamenco after meeting with Anna Fiori from the association Triatatá. In July 2012 Dario Piga published a hand-book in five languages (also in English) that includes a Cd with 20 exercises for flamenco guitar. Nowadays he collaborates with the international jazz festival “Time in Jazz”. Since 2013 he has been collaborating in the musical Zorro with “Městské Divadlo” (Municipal Theatre) in Brno and with the theatre Hybernia in Prague. In this moment he works in various musical projects, teachs at the Faculty of Arts in Masaryk University and he also prepares his second Cd.
Bruce Jacobs, from Long Island, New York, first picked up a guitar at the age of 12 and learned his first three chords. By the age of 16, he knew at least five, joined a band, and never looked back. Over the past two decades in Prague, he’s played solo and with bands at the city’s finest pubs and parties.