Tomáš Svoboda may refer to:
Tomáš Svoboda is a Czech-American contemporary classical composer and pianist, whose debut took place in Prague, Czechoslovakia on September 7, 1957, with the world premiere of his Symphony No. 1 with the FOK Prague Symphony conducted by Václav Smetáček. Svoboda's catalog contains over 200 compositions, including 6 symphonies, 5 concerti. His music is performed worldwide and recordings of more than 50 works have now been released. Svoboda's Piano Trios CD recording received a 2001 "Critics Choice Award" from the American Record Guide and his Marimba Concerto received recognition in a 2003 Grammy Award nomination for the Oregon Symphony.
Tomáš Svoboda is a Czech professional ice hockey forward who currently plays for HC Slavia Praha of the Czech Extraliga.
Tomáš Svoboda is a professional Czech triathlete and aquathlete. He won gold at the 2015 ETU European Aquathlon Championships, and is two time UIPM biathle World Champion Tomáš is the twin brother of David Svoboda, 2012 Olympic Champion in the sport of Modern Pentathlon.
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Kladno is a city in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It is located 25 kilometres northwest of the capital city Prague. Kladno is the largest city in the region and has a population together with its adjacent suburban areas of more than 110,000. The city is part of the Prague metropolitan area, which has a population over 2,600,000.
Most is the capital city of the Most District, situated between the Central Bohemian Uplands and the Ore Mountains, approximately 77 km (48 mi) northwest of Prague along the Bílina River and southwest of Ústí nad Labem.
Kroměříž is a Moravian town in the Zlín Region of the Czech Republic. The town's main landmark is the Baroque Kroměříž Bishop's Palace, where some scenes from Amadeus and Immortal Beloved were filmed. The Gardens and Castle at Kroměříž were added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 1998.
Jindřichův Hradec is a town in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has approximately 21,500 inhabitants.
Přerov is a town on the Bečva river in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic. Přerov is a statutory city. It had a population of 47,373 as of January 2, 2008. Přerov is about 22 kilometres south east of Olomouc. In the past it was a major crossroad in the heart of Moravia in the Czech Republic. It is still a major railway junction with mainlines to Prague via Olomouc, Warsaw via Ostrava, and Vienna via Břeclav, and a regional line to Brno. Today the main commercial heart of the town lies around the T.G. Masaryk Square, which is of limited architectural interest. Of greater interest is the cobbled Upper Square enclosed by historic buildings, where the Comenius Museum can be found.
Jaroslav Svoboda is a Czech professional ice hockey right winger.
Zelenka is a Czech surname. The name stems from the adjective "zelený" (green). Notable people with the surname include:
Petr Svoboda is a Czech former professional ice hockey defenceman who played 17 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Montreal Canadiens, Buffalo Sabres, Philadelphia Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning. He was the first Czech to play over 1,000 games in the NHL. He is currently working as a sports agent in Santa Monica, California.
Adam Svoboda, is a Czech ice hockey goaltender.
Dvořák or Dvorak is a common Czech surname, originally referring to a rich landowner with a manor house. It is the fourth most common surname in the Czech lands.
Miroslav Svoboda is a Slovak football player and coach.
Svoboda is a common Czech surname. Svobodová is a feminine form of the surname. For more than century it is one of the three most common Czech surnames.
Jakub Svoboda is a Czech professional ice hockey player who currently plays with HC Kometa Brno in the Czech Extraliga.
David Svoboda is a Czech athlete who competes in the modern pentathlon. At the 2012 London Olympics Svoboda won the gold medal in the olympic pentathlon. At the 2008 Olympics Svoboda was 28th in the pentathlon.
Miroslav Svoboda may refer to: