Pavel Klečka belongs to the generation of the best double bass players of today. He has been involved in music since childhood. He started playing the piano and clarinet. Contrabass studied at the Conservatory in Kroměříž with prof. Miloslav Gajdoš (1984 -1990) and at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno with Doc. Miloslav Jelínek (1990 – 1994).
In 1990, he won the audition for the Gustav Mahler Jugend Orchestra. He is a founding member of the Prague Chamber Philharmonic, where he still serves as the leader of the double bass group. Since 2016, he has also been a member of the Prague State Opera. He has been playing solo since his studies. He often collaborates with Vítězslav Podrazil / conductor /, Ludmila Peterková / clarinet /, Ivan Ženatý / violin /, Petr Mikuláš / bass /, and others. An integral part of his artistic work is the teaching of the double bass within the project of the Academy in PKF, where he prepares future colleagues for work in the orchestra. He worked at the Brno Conservatory from 1996 to 2015 as a double bass teacher and educated a number of excellent double bass players. Since 2015, he has been working at the Jan Deyl Conservatory in Prague. In 2015, he received the prestigious “Euro Pragensis Ars” award for solo concert activities and the presentation of the double bass as a solo instrument.