PULSAR & Tereza Krejčová, Jitka Čechová, Nikola Němcová

Tereza Krejčová graduated from the Duncan Centre Conservatory (2018). During her studies she also completed a six-month internship at the Fontys Fontys Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Tilburg, the Netherlands, and participated in many domestic and international workshops. As a dancer she has collaborated with choreographer Michal Záhora (Pulsar, 2017 and Celebration, 2018) and Min Tanaka (A Body, 2017), or with musician Václav Chalupský, with whom she successfully performed the auteur solo Uncovered. Since 2018 she has been a student of the SEAD Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance.

Jitka Čechová is a graduate of the Duncan Centre Conservatory (2017). During her studies she took part in a New York City dance internship (Professional Certificate Studies Program José Limón Dance Foundation), several research study programs on contemporary dance (Belgium and the Netherlands) and a research stay in China (CEEC Summer Dance Camp 2017), focusing on classical Chinese technique, kung-fu, interpretation and creation. She created the original performances TransFormace and Nymph, as well as a choreography for the opening of the season at the National Gallery in Prague (2015). As a dancer, she collaborated on the performance of White piece (chor. Sophia Krantz, Days of Jerusalem) and Pulsar (chor. Michal Záhora). Jitka is also the founder of the Dance under the Fir Tree project (Jedlička Institute 2016, 2017).

Nikola Němcová graduated from the Duncan Centre Conservatory (2017). As part of her study program, she participated in an internship at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava for one semester. She has worked with choreographer Maja Delak, under whose leadership the performance Another place was created. She has been involved in smaller art events, such as the performance at the opening of Jiří Matějů's exhibit in the Hauch Gallery and the improvised dance and music evening of the Moving Orchestra in Roudnice nad Labem. Soon after graduating from the Duncan Centre, Nikola rediscovered Petra Hauerová's choreography How It Comes to Me. The work was re-launched after 21 years in the program for the 25th anniversary of the Conservatory. As a performer, she also participates in productions by Michal Záhora (Pulsar, 2017, Celebration, 2018, Temple Dance, 2019). She also focuses on her own choreographic work and teaching at the Primary Art School in Pardubice.