For six years, I received the most significant part of my formal musical education at the Liszt Academy.

Sir Georg Solti
Chamber Recital of Graduate Students

28 March 2021, 19.30-22.00

Grand Hall

Konzi Concerts

Chamber Recital of Graduate Students Presented by Liszt Academy

Streamed only




Dear Audience,

The concert 'Chamber Recital of Graduate Students' announced on 17 February 2021 will be held on 28 March 2021.
Stream free of charge at the website, Facebook page and Youtube channel of the Liszt Academy, and at the website of the Bartók Konzi.
Thank you for your understanding!


Dance melodies from Moldva
Radna Lászlófi, Noémi Thoma, Borbála Töreky (vocals, citer, cobza)

Tartini: Violin Concerto in D major, D. 53 (transcription for trumpet in B-flat major) ▪ 1. Grandioso
Dániel Solymosi (trumpet), Éva Bauernfeind (piano)

J. S. Bach: Violin Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 ▪ 2. Fugue
Ana Sofia Rodrigues-Hartyáni (violin)

Brahms: Piano Sonata No. 2 in F-sharp minor, Op. 2 ▪ 1. Allegro non troppo, ma energico
Pál Gavrucza-Nagy (piano)

Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85 ▪ 4. Allegro – Moderato – Allegro, ma non troppo – Poco più lento – Adagio
Boglárka Forgó (cello), György Forgó (piano)

Muczynski: Time Pieces, op. 43 ▪ 4. Introduction. Andante molto – Allegro energico
György Tomaj (clarinet), Noémi Kanizsár (piano)

Rachmaninov: Etude in D minor, Op. 39/8
Péter Raffai (piano)

Sancan: Sonatine
Eszter Boglárka Réti (flute), Anna Granik (piano)

J. S. Bach: Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012 ▪ 2. Allemande, 3. Courante
Boldizsár Kovács (marimba)

Singelée: Duo Concertant, op. 55 ▪ 1. Risoluto
Noémi Bakó, Júlia Rákos (saxophone), Luca Kovács (piano)


Kitazume Michio: Side by Side
Mátyás Holló (percussion)

Vivaldi: Double Cello Concerto in G minor, RV 531 ▪ 1. Allegro
András Dénes, Nándor Kalász (trombone), Péter Raffai (piano)

Chopin: Etude in A minor (‘Storm’), Op. 25/11
Máté Dömötör (piano)

Stravinsky: Three Pieces for Clarinet Solo
Shen Thomas (clarinet)

Dyens: Libra Sonatine ▪ 3. Fuoco
Vilmos Oláh (guitar)

Haydn: Oboe Concerto in C major, Hob. VIIg:C1 ▪ 1. Allegro spirituoso
Kinga Oláh (oboe), Éva Mikola (piano)

Verdi: Il poveretto
Luca Dolhai (vocals), Mónika Baja (piano)

Ysaÿe: Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 27/3 (‘Ballade’)
Zsófia Fóris (violin)

Scriabin: Fantasia in B minor, Op. 28
Áron Lescsinszky (piano)

Ramírez–Luna: Alfonsina y el mar (transcription by Vilmos Oláh)
Claudia Castagno (vocals), Vilmos Oláh (guitar), Ábris Ilonczai (violin)

Teachers: Tibor Antal [20], Anikó Bencsikné Gács [4], Zalán Csenki [1], Gábor Devich  [14], Krisztián Dömény [1], Ákos Gubinecz [1], Endre Gyulai [6], Imre Hargitai [13, 19], Aurél Holló [9, 11], Krisztina Kardosné Kemény [5], Balázs Kecskés [4, 7, 19], Zoltán Kiss [2], Miklós Kőrösy [16], Ágnes Lakatos [20], Fruzsina Markó [1], Teréz Pichner [3, 18], Zsolt Romos [8], Erzsébet Seleljo [10], Noémi Sturcz [1], Magdolna Szabó [17], Sándor Szabó [12], Sándor Szilvágyi [15, 20]


The history of the institution today called the Bartók Béla Secondary School of Music began decades before the opening of the Liszt Academy, in 1840. The concept of a modern music school offering a high standard of teaching such as the Paris Conservatoire, the Conservatoire in Vienna or the Leipzig Conservatory founded by Mendelssohn, was of great concern to the decision-makers of the age, but providing the financial backing did not prove easy. Ferenc Liszt, who performed in Pest in January of that year, came to the rescue; in the course of a single performance he raised 12,000 francs to go towards the institution. The school bore the name National Conservatory until 1948, endowing domestic and international music with a long line of superb artists. Naturally, there is no lack of talent today, as amply proven by the mature and inspired productions of ‘Konzi’ students in the Solti Hall and Grand Hall of the Liszt Academy each year.


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Liszt Academy Concert Centre