The Jan Deyl Conservatory and Secondary School has been around for more than 110 years. Its focus and its activities follow in the footsteps of the former Deyl Institute, established in 1910 by Dr. Jan Deyl, a prominent ophthalmologist and scientist.
At the Conservatory, gifted young people can choose from two six-year study programs of music or singing; at the secondary school, there is a four-year program of tuning pianos and related instruments with dual specialization options – tuning, and piano repairs and renovations. The school's goal is to provide a level of education that prepares its graduates not only for future arts studies but also ensures that the musicians can hold their own against strong competition and the tuners and piano repairmen can apply themselves in their chosen field. The school also organizes numerous events every year, which are played by its students who are often very successful at various shows and competitions. This allows them to further spread the joy of music, elevating the soul and connecting people.
Pilsen Philharmonic concert on World Sight Day. Standing next to the school's principal Stanislava Lustyková (far right) is the lead conductor of the Pilsen Philharmonic, Chuhei Iwasaki.
A concert at the award ceremony of the My Country – the Path of Changes competition at the Czech Senate.