Vít Nermut is a violinist, music pedagogue and musicologist currently based in Prague. He is a graduate from Jaroslav Ježek’s Conservatory of Music, Charles University in Prague (Musicology) and Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Trossingen, Germany (Performance Diploma in Baroque Violin, Prof. Anton Steck).
In the past he has worked as a lecturer at New York University in Prague and curator of the instrumental collection at the National Museum – Czech Museum of Music.
Apart from his performing and pedagogical activities as a classical and jazz musician (he has worked with ensembles such as Armonico Tributo Austria, Trondheim Barokk, Luthers Bach Ensemble, Musica Figuralis, Musica Florea, Societas Incognitorum, Czech Ensemble Baroque, Ondřej Havelka and his Melody Makers, Original Prague Syncopated Orchestra) he is active as a researcher with a special focus on the history of musical instruments in the Czech Republic (Historical Bows in the Collections of the Czech Museum Music, in: Galpin Society Journal, vol. LXXII, March 2019).