“… I think I speak for many others when I suggest that he should be invited again – we would all enrich our lives, if we get to know as many sides of this outstandingly talented musician and composer as possible.”

Balázs Szabó, musicologist

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…His piece, Tre Hymni was a beautiful mixture of tradition and invention; it can be characterised by clean modesty and parts composed with best taste. Just when we were amazed by the mature way of handling the piano, we were distracted by a beautiful vocal or cello melody, while a perfectly portioned flute melody formed a counter-piece…

Márk Aszódi,

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“… the sensitively composed piano movements are the diverse utterances of an independent composer without tinges of any reminiscence.”

Kristóf Csengery, Life and Literature

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“… and indeed, the world of music is familiar with him as an immaculately prepared composer who feels at home in a number of genres and has an excitingly unique style.”

Balázs Szabó,

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“… the artist played all these extremely complex compositions by heart without a single mistake or musical error, with highly colourful registration, and with a high level of focus embracing all details, while the style of the performance was elegantly cool and unbelievably self-confident.”

Balázs Szabó,

Festive concert of the Memorial year of Zoltán Kodály

Festive concert of the Memorial year of Zoltán Kodály in the Cathedral of Pécs (HU) on the 24th of October, 2017

The date of the Radio broadcast is on the 05. 04. 2018, 8:58 pm

András Gábor Virágh: Suite pour Orgue (2002)
(Prelude, Scherzo, Cantiléne, Final)

Franz Liszt: Angelus! Prière aux anges gardiens (1882)

Zoltán Kodály: Missa Brevis

Enchore: improvisation on the choral melody “Boldogasszony anyánk…”

Featuring: the Saint Ephraim Male Choir, the Mozart Choir of the Cathedral of Pécs, and the Béla Bartók Female Choir of the Zoltán Kodály Secondary School of Pécs.

Conducted by Tamás Bubnó

recorded live by the Béla Bartók Hungarian National Radio –!#2018-04-05