Hana Vlasákova was born in the Czech Republic and plays the piano since she was four years old. She attended The Prague Conservatoire and the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Later she studied with Prof. Arkadi Zenzipér at the University of Music Carl Maria von Weber Dresden – as well in the diploma programme as in his master class. During his studies she held scholarships of the Brücke/Most-foundation and of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in Bonn. In 2009 she was awarded with the DAAD-prize for outstanding achievements of a foreign student.
She is laureate of several international competitions, such as 21st Century Art Competition in Kiev (Ukraine) in 1998, Val Tidone International Piano Competition (Italy) in 2003, competition of the Kauko-Sorjonen-Foundation in Jyväskylä (Finland) in 2006, Competition for young artists in Vienna (Austria) in 2007 and received a special prize as overall winner of 21st Century Art Competition in Portugal in 2009.
Hana Vlasákova regularly plays solo concertos and appears as a soloist with several orchestras (Prague Music Chamber Orchestra, Radio Symphonie Orchestra Pilsen, North Czech Philharmonic Teplice etc.). Above this she is a popular partner for chamber music. Her recordings are broadcasted by Czech and German radio stations. Concert tours brought her to Great Britain, Portugal, Austria, Finland, Italy, Denmark, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Turkey and Ukraine.
She teaches at University of Music Carl Maria von Weber and at the Saxon Landesgymnasium for Music. Above this she has teaching assignments at Heinrich Schütz Conservatory Dresden and at the Music School of the district Meissen. She regularly coaches master classes in the Czech Republic, is invited as a jury member for several piano competitions and dedicates herself to advanced training programs for piano teachers.