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Title:
CULTURE HONGROISE ET MUSIQUE ROMANTIQUE: VILMOS CSIKOS ENSEMBLE THE PASSIONATE THREE
When:
28.01.2024  at  17.00 h
Style:
Classical et world
Price:
15€ (10€ for students under 26 and jobseekers)
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CULTURE HONGROISE ET MUSIQUE ROMANTIQUE: VILMOS CSIKOS ENSEMBLE THE PASSIONATE THREE

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Vilmos Csikos obtained his Master degree in the class of Yossif Ivanov at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels with great distinction.
1st prize at the Andrea Postacchini International Violin Competition in 2007 (Fermo, Italy).
1st prize at the Remember Enescu International Violin Competition in 2007 (Sinaia, Romania).
1st prize at the "Young Belgian Talent" Competition in 2015 (Brussels, Belgium).
1st Prize at the Leonid Kogan International Violin Competition in 2017 (Brussels, Belgium).
1st Prize at the Henry Vieuxtemps International Violin Competition in 2020 (Verviers, Belgium).

Pal Laszlo Szomora started to play violin at the age of 4 with his first teacher and his father Pal Szomora, later he was following lessons with Szasz Jozsefne in Budapest. From 2013 he has been studying with Mikhail Bezverkhny (winner of Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1976).
In his early age he is a 1st prize winner of numerous national and international competitions: the Thrid Rados Deszo Violin Competition (Budapest, Hungary), International Competition ‘Jonge Solisten aan Zee’ (Oostende, Belgium), Solosists Competition ‘Jong Symfonisch Gent’ (Gent, Belgium), International Arthur Grumiaux Violin Competition (Brussels, Belgium).

Laszlo Racz began learning piano at the age of 9. From 2006 to 2010 he studied with Gabor Nagy and Livia Kelemen. In 2008 he won the Bartok Bela competition in Budapest. At 14 he played in Vienna for Sophia Rachlin, who introduced him to Michaela Ursuleasa.
In 2010 he entered Mihaela's “Class for Special Talents” at the Music and Art Private University of the City of Vienna.
Laszlo then continued his work with Klaus Sticken. In 2014, Laszlo began his bachelor's degree in Thomas Kreuzberger's class. In 2015 he won Yehudi Menuhin's Live Music Now Award, proving that he is one of the most talented young musicians of his generation.


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