EVENTS


STUDIO 5 COMPOSERS EVENING

Liszt Academy of Music, Solti Hall, 03/09/2019


Alberto Alessio: Bembé – a special prize from Studio5 at the Bartók Composition Competition
Gergely Kovács (piano)

Máté Bella: Visions
Péter Szűcs (clarinet), Beáta Móri, András Szalai (cimbalom)

András Gábor Virágh: Tetra
Erzsébet Seleljo (alto saxophone), Irén Seleljo (piano)

Árpád Solti: Amit szívedbe rejtesz (What You Hide in Your Heart)
Diána Kiss (soprano), Árpád Solti (piano)

Judit Varga: Escapex2
Judit Nagy (cello), Judit Varga (piano)

Bence Kutrik: Rituale
János Szepesi (clarinet), Roland Szentpáli (tuba), Szabolcs Joó, Nándor Weisz (percussion), Anasztázia Razvaljajeva (harp)

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ABOUT


Máté BELLA
The dynamic beginning of his career has been marked by successes in competitions, commissions and prizes. His work exhibits a wide range of genres and styles as evidenced by his classical and entertainment music, opera, choral works, musicals, stage accompanying music, and pop music.

He was awarded by Junior Prima Prize in 2010, Artisjus Prize in 2015 and Erkel Ferenc Prize in 2016.

Máté is currently enrolled in the DLA program at the Liszt Academy of Music where in addition to writing his doctoral dissertation he serves as an assistant professor teaching music composition.
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Bence KUTRIK
Bence Kutrik studied composition in San Francisco (San Francisco Conservatory of Music), Toronto (University of Toronto), Budapest (Liszt Academy of Music) and he participated in several composition masterclasses.

He is dedicated to writing music that speaks about our time in a contemporary language focusing on innovation and experimentation meanwhile respecting tradition. He won numerous awards for concert- and film music in North America and Europe.

His most recent research focuses on the algorithmization of musical progressions by the means of information technology and artificial intelligence.
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Árpád SOLTI
Árpád Solti (born 1986), the holder of a Junior Prima Prize and a member of Hungary’s youngest generation of composers, writes contemporary, light and theatre music alike. As a pianist, he familiarizes audiences at home and abroad with Hungarian contemporary music.


In 2013 he awarded the „Junior Prima Prize”, In 2016 he awarded the Benedek Istvánffy composition prize for his mixed choir-piece, La Loreley.

At present, he is studying for a doctorate at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest and on a master’s degree at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
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Judit VARGA
Judit Varga works both as a pianist and composer with the world’s leading orchestras. She has been a professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna since 2013, and has also taught music composition at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

In recognition for her exceptional artistic accomplishments, she won the creative artists award from the Austrian Ministry of Education and Culture, and also received the award of the city of Vienna.

In 2014 she was won the prize of the Austrian Academy of Films in the category of “Best Soundtrack”. In 2017 Judit Varga was awarded with Béla Bartók – Ditta Pásztory Prize for her work contribution for Hungarian contemporary music and cultural life of Hungary. In 2018 she was honoured with the Ferenc Erkel Award by the Government of Hungary.
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András Gábor VIRÁGH
András Gábor Virágh has been the titular organist of the St. Stephen’s Basilica, Budapest, and also assistant lecturer at at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music (2012-).

His biggest recent achivements are the two national organ –, three national and three international composition awards.

In 2011 he awarded the „Junior Prima Prize”, which is the highest honour of the young generation, In 2015 he awarded the Benedek Istvánffy composition prize for his opera Femme Fatale, and in 2017 he was honoured with the annual Ferenc Erkel Composer Award by the Government of Hungary.

From 2014 his compositions are published by the Ostinato Musikverlag (Germany), by the Norsk Musikforlag (Norway), by the Kontrapunkt Publisher (Hungary) and the EMB (Editio Musica Budapest).
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