Adam Sedlický belongs to the youngest generation of Slovak conductors.

In 2014 he started working with the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava (CZ), where whilst still a student was engaged to conduct operetta/musical ensemble (season 2015/16). 
In 2015 he was appointed principal conductor of the Chamber Opera Bratislava (SK) and in 2017 he was engaged to conduct opera ensemble at 
the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava (CZ). Productions of opera and ballet he has conducted include G. Verdi: La Traviata, L. Janáček: Destiny, G. Puccini: Il Trittico,  P. I. Tchaikovsky: Swan lake, Z. Fibich: The Storm, B. Britten: The Rape of Lucretia, L. Minkus: Don QuijoteG. Meyerbeer: Robert le diableC. Orff:Carmina Buranaand the others. 
In this season 2019/20 he will conduct new productions of A. Dvořák: RusalkaA. SalieriLa scuola de’ gelosi and L. Delibes: Coppélia.

Since 2015 he has been the Chief Conductor of the Žilina State Conservatory Students Orchestra (SK).

Adam Sedlický has conducted the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak State Philharmonic Košice, Slovak Sinfonietta, Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc, South Czech Philharmonic, Orchestra of Moravian theatre Olomouc, Cardiff Sinfonietta, Beethoven Academy Orchestra, Athens Philharmonia Orchestra, Moravian-Silesian Sinfonietta, Trnava chamber orchestra andamongst others.
In this season 
2019/20 he will debut with Brno Philharmonic and Bohuslava Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra.

Apart from orchestral conducting, he is also a devoted choirmaster. 
Since 2015 he has been the conductor of the Academic Choir of the Technical University of Ostrava, which belongs to one of the highest-level chamber singing choirs in the Czech Republic. With this choir he has won numerous awards: 
I. place - ABB (Academic Banská Bystrica - Slovakia) 2015,
I. place - Vilnius (Lithuania) 2015,
absolute winner - Jihlava (Czech Republic) 2016,
absolute winner ABB 2017,
III. place and special prize for conductor - Varna (Bulgaria) 2017,
Grand Prix (absolute winner) and special prize for conductor - Voce Magna Žilina (Slovakia) 2018,
II. place in category folksong – Spittal an der Drau (Austria) 2019.

He is a winner of “Choirmaster – junior” prize in the Czech Republic in 2018.

In this season 2019/20 he will cooperate as a choirmaster with Slovak Philharmonic Choir.

Adam Sedlický was born in Trnava (SK) in 1991. He studied piano and conducting at the Conservatory in Žilina (SK) and in 2016 graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (SK) studying conducting with Jaroslav Kyzlink.He took part in semester studies at the Academy of Music in Krakow (PL) and nowheis working on his doctorate at the Academy of Art in Banská Bystrica (SK).

Recently he successfully attended conducting masterclasses with Gabriel ChmuraColin Metters and Michalis Economou.