Lenka Dusilová

One of the most prominent Czech singers



This charismatic singer and winner of six Anděl music awards, is a hybrid of many music genres. She is not used to stagnation and repeating herself. She became an extraordinary phenomenon of the Czech music scene, moving from the position of a rock star to peculiar expression, freely receiving impulses from various styles as well as extra musical experiences. Lenka likes cooperating with other musicians, which indicates guest appearance in a range of albums or concerts.


Lenka Dusilová & Baromantika

Lenka´s production is also connected with the band Baromantika, which provides space for creative authorial cooperation, captivating both critics and the wide audience. Baromantika are an indie-pop band based in Prague, founded by Lenka Dusilová , her friends and great musicians The band issued her CD of the same name in 2011. This resulted in an avalanche of great critical reviews and sold-out concerts, selling more than 7000 copies. In 2013 the band released DVD/CD Lenka Dusilová a BAROMANTIKA – Live at Café v lese in cooperation with VICE Czech Rep. and Supraphon. In September 2014, the band bought out a co-author album Lenka Dusilová a BAROMANTIKA – V hodině smrti [At the hour of death], for which she was nominated for Anděl Award in two categories – singer of the year and album of the year.


Lenka Dusilová – lead vocal, acoustic guitars, loops
Beata Hlavenková – keyboards, vocals
Viliam Béreš – keyboards, vocals
Patrick Karpentski – electric guitars & bass, vocals
Martin Novák – drums, samples, vocals


Lenka Dusilová & Baromantika
V hodině smrti (2014 – Supraphon)
Live at Café v lese (2013 – Supraphon)
Baromantika (2011 – 100PROmotion)

Eternal Seekers (2008; Lenka Dusilová & Beata Hlavenková & Clarinet Factory – Animal Music )

Lenka Dusilová
Mezi světy (2006 – US version, Yonas Media)
Mezi světy (2005 – Universal Music)
UnEarthEd (2004 – Palying Fields Records)
Spatřit světlo světa (2002 – Universal Music)
Lenka Dusilová (2000 – B&M Music)

with Pusa band: Pusa (1996)
with Sluníčko band: Sluníčko (1994)