Vaclav Hudecek is a Czech violinist, conductor, and teacher born on June 7, 1952. He is known for his effortless, natural artistry and having been one of David Oistrakh’s last students. His recording of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (with the Virtuosi di Praga - 1992) is the most successful classical recording in the Czech Republic’s history. He has recorded standard concertos under the direction of famous violinists, namely, Igor Oistrakh, Pavel Kogan, and Dmitry Sitkovetsky, who are themselves sons of famous Russian violinists. I do not know who his first teacher was but I do know he later studied and graduated from the Prague Conservatory. His studies with David Oistrakh took place between 1970 (or 1971) and 1974. One of his early successes took place on November 11, 1967 when he appeared as soloist with the Royal Philharmonic in London. He was 15 years old. He has concertized throughout the world and played in the most prestigious venues as well as participated or led renowned music festivals in Europe, Japan, and Australia. Hudecek has also presented master classes in Canada, Germany, and Japan, as well as other countries. He plays a 1729 violin constructed by well-known violin maker Antonio Stradivari. There are several YouTube videos of his performances, including this one. His recordings are easy to find on the internet.