Vladimír Studnička (b. 24 August 1935, Ostrava-Vitkovice, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech administrator, composer, arranger, and teacher.
Studnička studied composition, conducting, and guitar at the Music Teachers’ Training School and Conservatory in Ostrava. He became involved with bands through his association with the military band in Marianske Lanze (Marienband).
Beginning in 1961, Studnička taught at the Music School in Ostrava-Marianske. In 1973, he began to work for the radio station in Ostrava, where he achieved success with the "Dance for Symphonic Orchestra." In 1975, he became director of music at the station.
He writes popular music, mostly for band, but also classical music. Since his retirement, He has worked as a free-lance composer and arranger.
Works for Winds
- Beskiden Nocturno (2001)
- Když sněží (2003)
- Lamentoso (1993)
- Radostné mládí (2002)
- Schlesischer Tanz (1993)
None discovered thus far.
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. " Studnička, Vladimír." Accessed 13 August 2022
- Vladimír Studnička. Wikipedia. Accessed 13 August 2022