František Novotný has been performing as a soloist since graduating from university (so far he has performed more than two and a half thousand solo concerts accompanied by orchestras, piano recitals and solo violin recitals).

1987-1995 soloist of the Brno Philharmonic (more than one hundred subscription concerts in FB symphony and chamber cycles, special FB concerts and on FB tours in European countries).

solo collaboration with leading symphonic ensembles in the Czech Republic (the Czech Philharmonic, Prague Philharmonia, the Prague Symphony Orchestra FOK, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Brno Philharmonic, the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra, etc.)

solo collaboration with leading foreign symphonic ensembles (from Great Britain, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Austria, Spain, Belarus, Armenia, Slovakia, Russia, Japan and the USA).

regular hosting at international festivals in the Czech Republic (the Prague Spring International Music Festival, the Moravian Autumn Festival, International Music Festival Janacek May, Dvořák’s Karlovy Vary Autumn, FORFEST Festival in Kroměříž, St. Wenceslas Music Festival, Janáček and Luhačovice Festival, Martinů Festival in Polička, Festival Gustav Mahler Jihlava, etc.)

performs on major world stages in Europe, the United States and Japan (Festspielhaus Salzburg, Mozarteum Salzburg, Herkulessaal München, Salle des Chevaliers Bourglinster in Luxembourg, Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Carnegie Hall in New York, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Suntory Hall Tokyo, Sumida Triphony Hall Tokyo, Izumi Hall Osaka, Phoenix Hall Osaka, Matsukata Hall Kobe, etc.)

so far he has given concerts in almost all European countries, Asia (Japan and South Korea), Cuba and the United States (including Hawaii).

has a very wide repertoire (from violin literature accompanied by an orchestra alone he has performed more than 70 violin concerts and virtuoso works so far).

he also constantly extends the repertoire for violin solo and violin with piano (covering all style periods up to the present).

at his concerts he also presents sonata works for violin and piano (e.g. performing complete sonatas by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms …)

he also intensively presents lesser-known works by our authors as well as authors from around the world (in Czech and world premieres, he has presented, for example, compositions by the following authors: Jan Novák, L. Bernstein, M. Rózsa, E.W. Korngold, E. Bloch, V. Arzoumanov, S.Barber, A. Copland, A. Berg, O. Messiaen, I. Lachner, L. Kupkovič, N. Paganini – 3rd Violin Concert, W.A. Mozart –Double Concerto for Violin and Piano, A.S. Arenský –Violin Concerto, S.I. Tanějev –Concert Suite).

he studies, and in world premieres records completely new violin works by contemporary Czech and foreign composers (e.g. Miloš Štědroň, Jiří Gemrot, Jungi Tatsuno, Anthony G. Holland, Jett Hitt, Robert Vinson, Hilary Tann, Barbara Harbach).

cooperates with Czech and foreign radio and television companies (e.g. Czech Radio, Czech Television, EBU, RAI, NHK, BBC, WNYC New York, WAMC Albany, Catalunya Radio).

cooperation with Bärenreiter publishing house.