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Miroslav Vitouš

Miroslav Vitouš

Miroslav Vitouš

born December 6, 1947 in Prague

Miroslav Ladislav Vitouš is a Czech jazz bassist who is known for his extensive career in the U.S.

He began the violin at age six, and started playing the piano at age ten, and bass at fourteen. As a young man in Europe, Vitouš was a competitive swimmer. 

In 1967, in Chicago, Miles Davis saw Vitous playing with Clark Terry and invited him to join his group for a residency at New York’s The Village Gate.

He has worked with Larry Coryell, Jan Hammer, Freddie Hubbard, Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Wayne Shorter, Joe Zawinul, and Jan Garbarek.

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