Iva Kramperová (born 1984) is a Czech violinist.
Iva Kramperová studied at the Music Faculty of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Prof. Ivan Straus, Leos Cepicky), she has participated in several master classes in the Czech Republic (Václav Hudeček) and abroad (France - Régis Pasquier).
She is the concert master and soloist of Barocco sempre giovane. With this ensemble she has performed at hundreds of concerts (including of Prague Spring International Music Festival) for example for Office of the President of the Czech Republic. She makes recordings for the Czech Radio and the Czech Television. She cooperates with soloists (Václav Hudeček, Ivan Ženatý, Jiri Stivin, Barbara Maria Willi, Václav Rabas, Radek Baborak) and orchestras.
Since 2007 Kramperova has been professor at the Conservatory in Pardubice.
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