April Concert of CLASSICUS ENSEMBLE - Artists in Residence at CEU

Date: 
April 16, 2014 - 19:00 - April 17, 2014 - 21:00
Building: 
Nador u. 9, Monument Building
Room: 
Popper Room
Event type: 
Event audience: 
CEU host unit(s): 
Center for Arts and Culture (CAC)
April Concert of CLASSICUS ENSEMBLE - Artists in Residence at CEU

Beethoven: Sonata for Piano in D major op. 10. No. 3

Scriabin: Fantasy in B minor op. 28.
János Palojtay - piano
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Mozart: Sonata for Piano for Four Hands in C major K. 521
Mozart: Sonata for Piano for Four Hands in F major K. 497
János Palojtay - piano
András Kemenes - piano

Scriabin: Fantasy in B minor op. 28.

János Palojtay - piano

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Mozart: Sonata for Piano for Four Hands in C major K. 521

Mozart: Sonata for Piano for Four Hands in F major K. 497

János Palojtay - piano

András Kemenes - piano

 

János Palojtay started his musical studies at the age of five. When he was thirteen he was accepted at the preparatory department of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest. In 2011 he received his master’s degree from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music while pursuing his studies simultaneously at the Mozarteum Salzburg. He is now a postgraduate student at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart. Palojtay has won numerous prizes in national and international competitions, of which the most prominent is the world-famous Paloma O’Shea competition in Santander where he won the third prize in 2012. After winning the Gundel Artistic prize in 2011 he had the opportunity to perform as a solist with the Budapest Philharmonic Society under the direction of Christopher Hogwood. He has also given recitals at the Tiszadob Piano Festival, in the Gilmore Foundation’s „The Rising Stars” concert series in the USA and in a number of European cities. He is a member of Classicus Ensemble.

András Kemenes graduated in Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest in 1982, where Kadosa Pal, Ferenc Rados and György Kurtág were his teachers. He completed post-graduate studies at the Academy of Music of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow first, and then in Dresden, where he was a student Webersinke Amadeus. He started teaching at the Kodaly School in 1984 until 1991, and now he teaches at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. He performed concerts widely in Hungary and abroad, including Austria, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Japan and Korea.

András Kemenes graduated in Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest in 1982, where Kadosa Pal, Ferenc Rados and György Kurtág were his teachers. He completed post-graduate studies at the Academy of Music of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow first, and then in Dresden, where he was a student Webersinke Amadeus. He started teaching at the Kodaly School in 1984 until 1991, and now he teaches at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. He performed concerts widely in Hungary and abroad, including Austria, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Japan and Korea