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Piano Evening and podium discussion with pianist Gergely Kovács

Friday, 19.08.2022 7.00-9.00 pm

Host of the show János Mácsai music historian


Schumann: Carnival

Liszt: Rigoletto paraphrase

Wagner-Liszt: Isolde's death in love

Liszt: Dance of Death

Within the event, we will take a finissage of the exhibition "Piano Sculptures and Music Books" by the Prima prize-winning painter Márton Barabás. With the participation of art historian Katalin Aknai.

Escort program in the salon with wine tasting from the offer of Tagyon Birtok.

Photos and video recordings will be take at the events of the festival, which will be used by the Foundation for promotional purposes.

Entry fee: HUF 3.500

Gergely Kovács was admitted to the Special Talents Department of the Liszt Ferenc University of Music in 2007, where he spent 7 years under the hands of Gyöngyi Keveházi and Gábor Eckhardt. At the age of twelve he won the National Piano Competition in Nyíregyháza. In 2013, he won first place at the International Pietro Argento Piano Competition in Italy, and then began giving concerts in Hungary and abroad, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Italy, Germany and Indonesia.

In 2013, he won the Gundel Art Prize in the classical music category.

Since 2012, he has been a regular participant in the Academies of the Hungarian pianist Ádám György, thanks to the R&R Software Scholarship. He is currently a student of the Liszt Ferenc University of Music, teachers: Gábor Eckhardt and György Nádor.

In addition to solo piano works, his repertoire includes piano concerts and chamber works. The trumpet-piano duo regularly performs with trumpet player János Elmauer.



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