The new psychedelic post-punk band of Victoria. Whipping ukulele and droning organ over a classic rock formation of guitar, bass and drums, breaks open Post-punk borders and adds to a new page in psychedelic music. Victoria's restraintless voice combined with extended solos and a driven, energetic band, culminates in a wild trance experience, which leaves audiences sweaty and wanting more.

The Priester Sisters

A fresh new alternative pop with the touch of psychedelic and folklore. Three sisters with Slovakian roots singing in three-part harmony, creating their original music using their virtuosic musical skills and variety of music genres.


Victoria Priest Project

Original songs in a solo performance, with a band or guests in a mixture of jazz, singer songwriter and classical music.
Victoria's songs can be dramatic, emotional, passionate and satiric, with progresive harmonies, virtuosic piano accompaniment, extended instumental solos and expressive sining with very raw and honest lyrics.

Priest from the East

The Priest from the East is a Berlin collective which plays modern/psychadelic takes on folkloric songs. Victoria (leader, singing and accordion) as a Slovakian with roma roots found a passion in performing songs from her hometown and other folklore tunes from Eastern Europe. The band concist of one of the finest musicians in Berlin:  Roland Satterwhite on violin (Tolyqyn, Django Lassi), Pietro Fornara on guitar (ex Alright Gandhi), Ira Shiran on accordion (Ajvar and Halva), Der Klark on bass (Django Lassi) and
Yatziv Caspi on drums (Django Lassi, Green Desert Tree).




BalkanBeats SoundSystem

3 piece hailing from Berlin, combine classic Eastern Euro jazz sounds with modern production to conjure a sound that is sometimes referred to “mesmerizing Balkan music”. Bringing together Uroš Petkovič's refined production touch, Robert Šoko's DJ dancefloor sensibility and the magnificent voice of Victoria Priester, the project aimed to create irresistibly danceable Balkan tracks that are globally infectious. The trio stopped collaborating in 2022, but the project continues as the DJ set of the founder and leader Robert Soko.

The Best of Pink Floyd & Roger Waters

Adaptation of the famous Pink Floyd ablums "The Wall" and "The Dark Side of the Moon" including remade video projections by a czech tribute band "Filip Benešovský a přátelé". Performing as a lead keyboardist and hammond organ player in Czechia.
As a singer and pianist, she also collaborates with Berlin artists Django Lassi, Tolyqyn, Fanfara Kalashnikov,  Mr.Žarko, Roland Satterwhite, Stenga, NKUS, Viktor&Victoria and more.


"Punkulele" is a way through Victoria's own perception of underground music, containing humor and sarcasm along with some personal drama and catchy melodies. After studying classical piano and composition, she picked up ukulele and played in Berlin's bars as a solos act with various guests, until she founded her band Transcendecadence, that performed this repertoire.

Tritonus Priest

A very controversial band performing in 2010-2014. It was a personal experiment of pushing the progressive rock music behind its typical boundaries. Without drums or bass - only synth, electric guitar, electric violin and vocals; Victoria has been reaching to the world in between death and life, the light and darkness, her demons and her deepest thoughts. The music crossed over rock, classical music, elements of jazz and world music. Very alternative, nostalgic sound with emotioanal melodies and phantasasing lyrics.
The band has officially stopped performing with the founding of The Priester Sisters.


Collaboration on the album "Tabula Rasa?"

At the end of year 2013, the album "Tabula Rasa?" of a czech poetist and lyricist Milan Prince was released. Many popular czech musicians contributed with their songs and so I did too...
Victoria composed two songs on Milan's poems on this CD. Both of them - "Vločky" (Snowflakes) and "Noc a Den" (Night & Day) were recorded with her previous band Tritonus Priest, featuring a very special guest - a famous czech rock guitarist Michal Pavlíček, who contributed wtih his guitar solo to the song "Noc a Den", as well as provided his rhythm section - Martin Ivan on bass and Miloš Meier on drums.

 Noc a Den