14-23 July 2017
After graduating from Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music he followed studies at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Since 1977 he has been professor of the Academy of Music and also professor of Aachen College. He has given concerts and mastercourses in a great number of different countries.
He studied at Trinity College of Music, London, then followed studies at Brandeis and Yale University in the United States. He was professor at University of Debrecen Faculty of Music and Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music for almost 10 years as assistant professor of Ferenc Halász. Since 2003 he has been Head of the Department of String Instruments at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.
Graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music as a student of Dénes Kovács. She studied at the direction of renowned professors. She participated in masterclasses of Sandor Vegh and the LaSalle Quartet German chamber music course. She was the director of different ensembles such as the Budapest Strings and Danubius Quartet. Since 1985 she is a professor of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and since 1998 professor of the University of Debrecen Faculty of Music as well. She has performed almost in all the countries of Europe as a soloist and as chamber musician, too.
Graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, then followed studies in Vienna, where Wilhelm Hübner was his master. He won the special award of the International Viola Competition in Budapest in 1975, and won the first prize of this competition in 1979. He was professor at University of Debrecen Faculty of Music for almost 10 years, thereafter 15 years at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest. He gave concerts as a soloist and as a member of various ensembles many cities in Europe and Japan. Since 1991 he regularly performs in Salzburg. Founding member and soloist viola player of the Budapest Festival Orchestra and of the German Philharmonia Hungarica, had took part in the recordings of Tokyo-Budapest Ensemble. Since 2000 he is the professor of Musashino Academy, Tokyo.
He studied at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music as a pupil of László Mező /member of the well known Bartók String Quartet/. Third year of his studies, in 1996, he won the Popper Violoncello Competition and with this first prize he won his diploma at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, too. He spent one semester for postgradual education with Gustav Rivinius in 2001, in Saarbrücken. While his academical studies he won the position of principal cellist and started to work at the Hungarian State Opera. Since 2009 he is solocellist of the Hungarian State Opera.
As a soloist he played with the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Miskolc, Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Szolnok and the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra.
He made 14 recordings as a solist and chamber musician.
He is a member of several contemporary music groups and orchestras. In addition to classical and modern music, several other styles have also influenced his musical idiom, like hungarian folk music and jazz. He often played together with the Dániel Szabó Quintet. In 2011 he went with them to a tour to USA. They had an important concert in the New York Jazz Gallery. He has had the opportunity to collaborate with Chris Potter.
He is a versatile musician who has always given his highest level interpretation for the quality of the concerts.
13-18 July 2017
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From 1991 on he continued his studies in the Hochschule für Musik München in the class from Prof. Paul Meisen. From 1995 to 2000 he joined into the class of Prof. András Adorján in the Hochschule für Musik München for his postgradual studies. 2000 to 2002 he studied at the Felix Mendelssohn- Bartholdy für Musik und Theater Leipzig, in the class of Benedek Csalog, the interpretation of baroque music and transverse flute. Since 1998 he is Principal Flutist in the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, DSO Berlin
17-22 July 2017
15-23 July 2017
Graduated as a student of Béla Kovács from Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 1991. He won a scholarship to the orchestra of the Hungarian National Opera as 1st clarinet player. 1992-2000 principal clarinet at the Budapest Festival Orchestra. Since 1993 he has been professor at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest. Since 2000 he has been principal clarinet and soloist of the National Philharmonic Orchestra. He has won several international and national competitions. Award:„Artist of the Year” 2002.
16-20 July 2017
Clarinet and saxophone artist, graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 1998. He followed his studies at the Paris Conservatoire, and at the Conservatoire National de Musique et de Dance de Montreuil. Winner of international competitions, both as a soloist and as a chamber musician. Saxophone professor of the University of Debrecen Faculty of Music, and the Egressy Music Secondary School, Budapest. Alto saxophonist of the Budapest Saxophone Quartet. He obtained doctoral degree at the Academy of Arts, Banska Bystrica in 2014. For his teaching activities got Artisjus Teacher Award in 2008.
14-19 July 2017
Graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, then he studied at the Vienna Universität für Musik und Künste Darstellende. Prized at several national and international competitions. Awarded the Hara László jr. Prize, he was one of the winners of the Végh Sándor Competition organized by Budapest Festival Orchestra in 2009. He regurarly plays with the Budapest Festival Orchestra and founding member of the Corridor bassoon quartet. He gave concerts both soloist and as a chamber musician. He is the professor of University of Debrecen Faculty of Music since 2009.
15-20 July 2017
11-15 July 2017
Wim Van Hasselt is professor of trumpet at the University of Music Freiburg and regulary makes solo appearances and gives masterclasses at home and abroad (Europe, N-America and Japan). As a soloist he played with orchestras such as the Amsterdam Sinfonietta and the Budapest Festival Orchestra. He is also an active chamber musician in different ensembles and has appeared at the festivals of Lucerne, Bad Kissingen and Schleswig Holstein, among many others. He’s also a former member of the Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam.More info >>>
Graduated from Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. He followed postgraduate studies at Prof. Reinhold Friedrich in Karlsruhe (Germany) for two years. He has got several prizes both at national and international competitions. Since 1999 he has been solo trumpeter of the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. He has been awarded the Fischer Annie Performers’ Prize. He was winner of Sándor Végh Competition of the Festival Orchestra in 2009. He has been professor of the University of Debrecen Faculty of Music since 2008.
Dominique Vleeshouwers is a young Dutch percussionist, who is known for his versatility. He is the winner of more national and international competition and won numerous awards. As a soloist he played with the Asko||Schönberg ensemble, Nederlands Kamerorkest, the Nizhny Novgorod Philharmonic Orchestra and played in the international chamber music scene like the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble, Canto Ostinato with Ivo Janssen in a sold out main hall of The Concertgebouw, Nederlands Blazers Ensemble and a carte blanche in the small hall of The Concertgebouw Amsterdam. Also he is an extra player with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Dominique is co-founder of Combined Creatives. He was founder and artistic leader of ensemble Judique from 2012-2016.
He teaches at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold and the Sweelinck Academy at
the Conservatory of Amsterdam in the team of Percussion Friends. He was a guest teacher in
many international conservatories all over the world.
He was a member of the Debrecen Philharmonic Orchestra from 1984 to 2003. He is a College Professor at the University of Debrecen Faculty of Music, from 2005 he is the Head of Department of Brass and Percussion Instruments. Since 2007 he teaches at the Jana Levoslav Bella Conservatory in Banská Bystrica. He is a member of international juries, he’s several students are winners of national and international competitions. He obtained doctoral degree (DLA) at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 2011.
14-18 July 2017
Graduated at Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music. Since 1997 he has been principal trombone player of the Syphonic Orchestra of the Hungarian Radio. He won 1st prize two times at the trombone compatition organised by Balog-Zilcz Trombone Foundation. He is a frequent guest performer of the Japanese Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa. He was awarded with the Liszt Prize in 2002 and he has won several times the Artisjus Prize. Since 2005 he has been working with Corpus Trombone Quartet and has made several CD recordings.
He graduated from Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in the class of Kornél Zempléni. He is college full professor and head of department at University of Debrecen Faculty of Music. He is an active performing artist at concerts as soloist and chamber artist and regularly gives master-courses both in Hungary and abroad. He has taken part in the work of the jury at a great number of piano competitions.
11-21 July 2017
Éva Bátori graduated at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 1988 and continued her studies at the Vienna State Opera Studio. From 1991 she was engaged by the Oper Leipzig, where she sung especially in Mozart's operas. From 1995 she sang with Cologne Opera. Her many roles with these companies include the Countess in Le nozze di Figaro, Donna Elvira in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Micaëla in Bizet’s Carmen, Mimì in Puccini’s Bohème, and the Princess in Busoni’s Doktor Faust. She made her U.S. opera debut at Seattle Opera in the title role of Puccini’s Tosca in 2001 and returned in 2004 in the title role of Puccini’s Fanciulla del West. She toured China with the Vienna State Opera and Japan with the Hungarian State Opera. In 2005 she recieved „Meritorious Artist” award. At this stage of her career singing premieres, Emil Petrovics composed his last opus for her. She is a professor of University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest and teaches in Vienna. She is a member of the Hungarian State Opera.
Practical lesson based on a physical approach to deepen music interpretation, to increase quality in stage/concert- and music theater performance.
The program is focusing on training the musicians/composers/performers in body and spatial awareness, physical dialogue. We start from discovering and understanding the body and its musicality in relation to space, working on neutrality as a basis, articulation in all aspects and interaction.
"musicalité de mouvement" is the core issue of contemporary mime and movement theater as further developed during the 24 years laboratory work of the Moving Academy for Performing Arts (MAPA-Amsterdam) and further designed as a study program for musicians in the Conservatory of Amsterdam by Virág Dezső.
It includes all performing art qualities as clear focus, rhythm, energy and intensity, sensitivity and sensuality as well.
This particular pedagogical program is based on training the musicians/composers/ performers in physical, spatial awareness, physical dialogue and feedback through individual, partner and group exercises. In an advanced level using instant composition as a challenge of recognizing the special qualities of the given moment and be able to make instant decision without any doubt relying on developed skills and trust. The final result shows vulnerable, playful musicians, able to surprise themselves and the spectator by a combination of preciseness and originality.
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