Piano Concert by József Balog and Tamás Érdi

  This is a special encounter of two different, yet, artistically and regarding the basic values they hold dear, deeply related pianists. “To learn the styles and the language of the composers whose work you perform is of utmost importance”, says József Balog, one of the most outstanding performers of his generation. The
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Orsolya Korcsolán, violin and the Grazioso Chamber Orchestra

Orsolya Korcsolán is drawing enthusiastic critical reviews for her ”breathtakingly beautiful and emotional” performance. At 12, she was admitted to the Budapest Liszt Academy, then, upon advice by Sir George Solti, continued her studies at Julliard, under Dorothy De Lay and Itzhak Perlman. Her recent recordings include chamber works by Sándor
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Ingrid Kertesi and the Budapest Saxophone Quartet

„I have always wanted my voice to sound like a music instrument”, says Ingrid Kertesi whose lyrical soprano is often described as ethereal. The applauded star of the Budapest Opera House is equally at home in Baroque music, oratorios as well as classical and contemporary songs. Awarded with the Bartók
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The Keller Quartet and  Tamás Érdi,  piano

The members of the quartet studied under the greatest names in Hungarian music, including professors György Kurtág, András Mihály, Ferenc Rados, Sándor Végh and Sándor Devich. The group was founded by András Keller in 1987. The Keller Quartet is regularly invited to the most prestigious European concert halls and festivals,
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Piano Concert: KRISZTIÁN KOCSIS

The most important thing I’ve learned from my father is to always seek the essential”,says Krisztián Kocsis in a interview. “And that”, he adds, ““must be accompanied by maximalism regarding one’s performance.” He is exploring the richness of music with the same purity of faith that characterized his father and first teacher,
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