Nowadays Adam Skoumal combines a rare combination of performer and creator and thus continues the famous tradition of composing piano virtuosos of the Liszt type. As a pianist, he is known to audiences in Europe, the USA and Japan. As a composer, he received numerous recognitions, starting with the Prague Spring 1998 competition. Soloists, especially the best violinists of their generation, Milan Al Ashhab and Roman Patočka, are looking for him as accompanists. His piano technique can handle the toughest pieces, such as Rachmaninov's concerts, but Skoumal goes the untrodden way of performing less played songs. The list of conductors and orchestras with which he has collaborated includes Petr Altrichter, Serge Baudo, Lukasz Borowicz, Jiří Kout, Jakub Hrůša, Leoš Svárovský, Stanislav Vavřínek , Petr Vronský and Andreas Sebastian Weiser, the Slovak Philharmonic, the Bamberg Symphony etc. In recent years, Adam Skoumal has performed in cycles of the Czech Philharmonic and the FOK Symphony Orchestra at the Prague Spring, Moravian Autumn, Janáček's May, Concentus Moraviae, Lípa Musica festivals and has also given numerous performances abroad with the National Theater Orchestra. In the past, the compositions commissioned international competitions from Sion and Buenos Aires, Switzerland, and the Prague Spring Festival.
Adam Skoumal studied at the Prague Conservatory, then at the Academy of Performing Arts in the class of Jan Panenka and Peter Toperczer . He then received a scholarship to Southern Methodist University in Dallas and two years later to the Manhattan School of Music in New York. He has participated in a number of international master classes led by Lazar Berman, András Schiff, Philippe Entremont and Eugen Indjic or Marián Lapšanský.
Today, the winner of several Czech and foreign competitions works at the Conservatory in Prague as a piano and chamber music teacher.