The organist, conductor and harmonium player Adam Viktora appears on music festivals throughout Europe, and lectures and performs on international organ conferences. He also works as adviser in expert committees for the restoration of important historical organs and records for European radio and television channels. He is highly dedicated to historical organs and to efforts towards their conservation and promotion. He is founder and artistic director of the unique Czech Organ Festival project. He teaches organ playing at the Pilsen Conservatory and music theory at the Prague Conservatory. He is artistic director of Ensemble Inégal and Prague Baroque Soloists, with both of which he realized numerous present-day premiere concerts and records of the European baroque repertoire. As such and with these two ensembles, Adam Viktora has become in recent years the most outspoken representative of the currently ongoing process to rediscover the oeuvre of Jan Dismas Zelenka, musical genius of the Bohemian baroque.