Piano Four Hands
Dóra Bizják and Károly Zentai
Opening speech: Endre Tóth
Schubert: Allegro in A minor, D. 947 Lebensstürme
Mendelssohn: Andante and Variations, op. 83a
Moscheles: Rondo Brillant, Op. 30
Mendelssohn: Allegro Brillant, op. 92
Selections from Moszkowski: Polish Dances, Spanish Dances, Dvořák: Slavic Dances and Brahms: Hungarian Dances
Last season we had great success with our new piano concert series promoting our new Steinway D model. This season, we double down, so we invited two outstanding pianists for each concert to show the audience the gems of four-handed pieces of music literature.
Pianists Dóra Bizják and Károly Zentai, students of Edit Hambalkó, András Kemenes and Attila Némethy, graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 1996. They began studying four-handed and double piano literature under the tutelage of Márta Gulyás. They continued their studies at Illinois State University (USA) where they took their Master's degrees in 1999. They won first prize and special prize at the II. International "Silvio Omizzolo" Piano Four Hand Competition in 2000 in Padua. Their first single was released in Italy in the fall of 2001 with the title Four Hands Dancin'. The artist couple gives concerts in Hungary and abroad under the name Duo Klavi-Art. In addition to their concert activities, they also work as pianists and chorus masters at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and the National Philharmonic Choir.
Tickets: 1600 Ft, Senior and Student tickets: 800 Ft
Sponsor: Nemzeti Kulturális Alap