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42. Classical Music Cd Reviews : 7 August 1997
IV zoltan kocsis continues his distinguished survey of Bartok s complete works forpiano solo. The Hungarian pianist s brisk intellect and playful virtuosity
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Smart, topical, edgy, and full of New York rhythm and acoustical snap, Reich's "City Life" (1995) evokes all of New York, from the Bronx to Brooklyn and not just Manhattan's upper East side and the unresolved existential anxieties of a hand-full of successful intellectuals. The upbeat and vibrant snapshot soon turns grim, however, as Reich's heavy hand delves deeper into the city's dense, sordid, psychic slush. Only the silence at the close of the work brings relief. "Proverb" (1995-1996) - for six voices and percussion - takes its inspiration from 12th century French organa while "Nagoya Marimbas" (1994) is a rich and virtuoso instrumental work that harks back to Reich's work a few decades earlier, and is often reminiscent of the work of Ghanaian composer Nana Danso Abiam. Excellent notes by the composer.
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43. UCSF Today Art Notes
Jan.19, 8 pm Hungarian National Philharmonic with zoltan kocsis conductor and pianist,in a thrilling allHungarian program including Les Preludes of Liszt, a

44. Opera Orgy In Eastern Europe By Ray Chowkwanyun
They played Beethoven s Fourth Piano Concerto. The pianist/conductor, zoltan kocsis,was wonderful. Better than Ashkenazy. More feeling. More heavily accented.
Opera Orgy in Eastern Europe Review by Ray Chowkwanyun
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I n October of 2002, I visited the Czech Republic and Hungary in search of cheap opera, where the sets are cheesy, but the singing is not. Prices were indeed cheap, no more than $25 for the best seat in the house. National Theatre Praha (Prague): Sleeping Beauty
By a huge margin, the National Theatre in Praha (Prague) has the best acoustics of the five venues I sampled. I never thought I'd see these words in cold print but forget Vienna, forget Luzern, and especially forget the Met. This is it. I would be happy to sit here for hours' just listening to the orchestra tuning up, so gorgeous is the sound. The first thing I heard as I entered was the harps tuning up. Each note was a liquid drop of golden sound. There is such a bloom to the acoustic in this auditorium. It is as if each note were floating on its own acoustic pillow. This theatre treasures and coddles every note with perfect clarity. There is no muddiness at all. All the different threads in the music can be heard separately and yet in such full richness of tone.
When the bassoon started practicing it sounded as if he were playing an instrument the size of a young sequoia. What a huge tone… so loud and so woody. The only drawback of seeing a ballet is that I was unable to judge how singers would have projected from the stage. Oh well, guess I'll just have to come back and check it out. It's a tough assignment but someone's got to do it.

45. New Recommendations
Left Hand This disc completes zoltan kocsis s fine survey pieces are impeccably playedby kocsis, and followers a real test of a pianist s concentration; but
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46. Conductor:  Zsolt Hamar
In 1997 zoltan kocsis, the famous Hungarian pianist and conductor and newly appointedmusic director of the most prestigious Hungarian orchestra, the National
Zsolt Hamar
Conductor The late Yehudi Menuhin stated in January 1997 "I have seen Zsolt Hamar in action in Budapest. He is one of the most dynamic, precise, and intelligent of young conductors I have heard." Zsolt Hamar was born in Budapest and began his piano study at age 6. At the early age of 14 he studied composing at the Bela Bartok Conservatory in Budapest. He graduated with "First Class Honor" as a composer in 1994 In the final years there, he also took up conducting for which he again was awarded "First Class Honor" for conducting in 1995. As a composer, he won Third Prize of the Zoltan Kodaly Composer Competition in Hungary in 1990, and was subsequently commissioned to compose new works by the Zoltan Kodaly State Foundation. In 1995 Zsolt Hamar won the Second Prize, the Public’s Award, and the Best Bartok Performer’s Prize in the very popular Hungarian Television’s International Conductors’ Competition "In memory of Janos Ferencsik". Since then, his career as conductor has been confirmed. Consequently, conducting engagements in Hungary and in Europe followed for which he received high acclaim by critics and audiences alike. In 1995 Mr. Hamar worked with Tamas Vasary and lead the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Hungarian Radio and Television. He also conducted the Gala Concert of the World Music Day when he collaborated with late Sir Yehudi Menuhin.

47. Email Corrections
Recordings of the Chopin Waltzes (complete), pianist, Waltzes included, OriginalLabel, Rec. Date, CD Issue? kocsis, zoltan, 119, Philips, 1983, Philips CD.
email corrections Recordings of the Chopin Waltzes (complete) Pianist Waltzes included Original Label Rec. Date CD Issue? Alexeev, Dimitri Melodyia LP Alexeev, Dimitri EMI Seraphim Seraphim Anda, Geza Eurodisc RCA Anievas, Augustin EMI Seraphim Seraphim Arrau, Claudio Philips 1980's Philips Ashkenazy, Vladimir Decca Decca Askenase, Stefan DG (LPEM 19,397) Auer, Edward Camerata Records Camerata Barbosa, Antonio Connoisseur Society Biret, Idil Naxos Naxos Blumenthal, Felecja Claudio Records Claudio Brailowsky, Alexander Columbia. Philips ABL 3311? Sony EC Ciccolini, Aldo Seraphim Collard, Jean-Philippe EMI 1990's EMI Cortot, Alfred HMV (EMI) EMI, Arkadia Cziffra, Gyrogy Decca Decca d'Arco, Annie Calliope Darre, Jeanne-Marie Vanguard VCS 10115 LP Vanguard Davidovich, Bella Melodyia 1960's Dorfmann, A. Victor 'Bluebird' LBC 1050 1950's Doyen, Jean EPIC LC 3468 el Bacha, Abdul Rachman Forlane (France) - in 12 CD set Entremont, Philippe Columbia CBS Odyssey Fiorentino, Sergio Saga XID 5016 1960's Fowke, Philip Classics for Pleasure CFP Francois, Samson EMI 1950's EMI Gianoli, Rene Ades Ades Haas, Werner

48. Classical Music CDs K - Library - University Of Canterbury
KISSIN, Evgeny (1971 , Russia), Two Inventions, 97/168 v.10. KISSIN as pianist,Hungarian rhapsody no. kocsis, zoltan (b.1952, Budapest, Lyric pieces, op.
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KABALEVSKY, Dmitri Borisovich (1904-87, Russia) Cello concertos : No. 1 in G minor, op. 49 ; Cello concerto No. 2 in G major, op. 77 ; Symphonic poem: spring, op 65 (Vesna) KABALEVSKY Galop from the Comedians Suite op. 26 KABALEVSKY Galop from the Comedians Suite op. 26 KABALEVSKY Piano Sonata no. 3 op. 46 (Moiseiwitsch) KABALEVSKY Romeo and Juliet (33:13); Colas Breugnon (20:32) The comedians (15:07) KABALEVSKY Violin Concerto op. 48 ; Cello concerto No. 2 in G major, op. 77 KALINNIKOV, Victor (1870-1927, Russia Three choruses for Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Ioannovich ; Four choruses from Songs of troubled times KALLIWODA, Johann Wenzel (1801-1866, Czechoslovakia)

49. Charleston.Net: Entertainment: Robert Jones: Hungarians Precise, Full Of Warmth
its full title) is zoltan kocsis. I have been collecting recordings of Mr. kocsisfor a number of years, since he is currently the choice pianist for Bartok s
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Hungarians precise, full of warmth
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The Hungarian Philharmonic, courtesy of the Charleston Concert Association, brought a fine Old World sound and color to its concert at Gaillard last week. Just seeing that long list of Hungarian names was assuring, not to mention the sight of all those horns and double basses. This was music-making full of warmth and precision, and for once the program made no apologies for playing music the orchestra and the musicians know best. (This is no small matter. Remember the Russian orchestra that arrived at Gaillard not long ago with a program of ... I kid you not ... Italian opera?) Moreover, the conductor of the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra (its full title) is Zoltan Kocsis. I have been collecting recordings of Mr. Kocsis for a number of years, since he is currently the choice pianist for Bartok's music. His name, by the way, is pronounced Coach-ish, and a Hungarian contact says it comes from the Hungarian word for "coach" and translates as "coach driver." Mr. Kocsis has recorded virtually everything Bartok wrote for the piano, and a large amount of Bach as well. I have not heard his performances of Franz Liszt's music, but I have no reason to expect it to be anything other than splendid. After all, both Liszt and Kocsis are Hungarian, and Mr. Kocsis teaches at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

50. Csaba Kiraly - Winner Of Two International Piano Competitions, Awarded Concert P
His professors were zoltan kocsis, Sandor Falvai, piano; Ferenc Gergely, organ. hisstudent years he has given concerts regularly both as pianist and organist
"...Hungarian pianist, who in addition to his excellent piano technical ability possesses an astonishing maturity..." Eschweiler, Lokales (Germany)
Csaba Kiraly was born at Komlo in 1965. He was six when he started learning the piano under Maria Apagyi. At the age of twelve he began to learn the organ under Istvan Lantos. From 1981 his studies were continued at the "Bela Bartok" Secondary Music School in Budapest with Katalin Halmagyi, and in 1983 he gained admission to the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music
During his student years he won first prize in all national competitions organized for his age group: 1980 - National Piano Competition for Music Schools (Nyiregyhaza); 1982 - National Piano Competition for Secondary Music Schools (Bekestarhos); 1990 - Erno Dohnanyi National Piano Competition (Academy of Music Budapest). In the meantime in 1985 he - won the first prize in the National Piano Competition of the Hungarian Radio, being one of the youngest competitors, as a result of which he became known throughout the country. After several years teaching and concert giving he undertook to play in competitions again, and was

51. Oleg Marshev - Reviews
February 6, 1995 A veritable hurricane of a pianist! (Prokofiev vol. 3, 4) fulltext. KRISTELLGT DAGBLAD — November 27, 1995 What zoltan kocsis has done for
April 17 - May 3
New Zealand tour:
April 17 - recital at Thames
April 18 - recital at Tokoroa
April 20 - recital at Auckland
April 21 - recital at New Plymouth
April 24 - recital at Wanganui
April 25 - recital at Taihape
April 28 - recital at Wellington
April 29 - Master Class at Wellington
April 30 - recital at Christchurch May 1 - recital at Christchurch May 3 - recital at Motueka May 8 Recital at Dallas, TX, USA May 14-23 International Competition for Piano and Orchestra "Cittá di Cantu" May 22 Recital at Giussano, Italy May 31-June 1 Master Class at "Accademia Europea di Musica" Erba, Italy Marshev a phenomenon: master of every mood from strip-cartoon crispness to thundering monster, but above all a controlling sensibility of intelligence and feeling (Shostakovich piano concertos) full text Ci arriva dalla casa danese quella che sara' da considerare forse come la migliore edizione dei "due concerti di Shostakovich" full text full text Shostakovich concertos full text Virtuos, poetisch, elegant - Oleg Marshev begeisterte in der Folkwang Hochschule beim Klavier-Festival. Pianisten, die hohe Virtuositat mit sensibler Poesie verbinden, gibt es nicht viele. Oleg Matshev gehort dazu. full text Mit Verstand ins Virtuosen-Land. Oleg Marshev - cool am Klavier

52. Pianist Schiff Joins Budapest Festival Orchestra In Concert Oct. 26
The Budapest Festival Orchestra was founded in 1983 by conductor Ivan Fischer andpianist zoltan kocsis (who performed with the Warsaw Philharmonic in a 1990
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Release: Immediate Pianist Andras Schiff joins with Budapest Festival Orchestra in Bartok/Stravinsky concert IOWA CITY, Iowa Hungarian pianist Andras Schiff will be the featured soloist when the Budapest Festival Orchestra presents a concert of music by Bartok and Stravinsky at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 26 in Hancher Auditorium on the University of Iowa campus. Under the direction of founding conductor Ivan Fischer, the orchestra will perform two of Igor Stravinsky's famous ballet scores, the 1919 version of the "Firebird Suite" and "Jeu de cartes." Schiff will be featured in performances of Bartok's second and third piano concertos, which he performed on acclaimed 1996 recordings with the Budapest Festival Orchestra on the Teldec label. Schiff, a native of Budapest, is Hungary's best known classical pianist, recognized worldwide for his thoughtful and inspired interpretations of Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert and Bartok. He was the New York Philharmonic's Artist-in-Residence for the 1997-98 season. A two-time Grammy Award winner, Schiff has also won England's Gramophone Award, Italy's Premio Abbiati, the 1991 Bartok Prize, "Instrumentalist of the Year" in the International Classical Music Awards, and the inaugural Claudio Arrau Memorial Medal from the Robert Schumann Society. In 1996 he was honored with Hungary's highest distinction, the Kossuth Prize. Schiff's discography now totals nearly 75 releases.

53. Celebrated Hungarian Pianist Gabor Csalog Will Present Free UI Recital Feb. 3
IOWA CITY, Iowa The celebrated Hungarian pianist Gabor Csalog will present a free smost renowned piano teachers, including Kurtag, zoltan kocsis and Andras
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e-mail: Release: Jan. 19, 2001 (NOTE TO BROADCASTERS: Gabor Csalog is pronounced "GA-bor CHAH-lohg") Celebrated Hungarian pianist Gabor Csalog will present free UI recital Feb. 3 IOWA CITY, Iowa The celebrated Hungarian pianist Gabor Csalog will present a free recital at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3 in Clapp Recital Hall on the University of Iowa campus. Csalog, who teaches chamber music at the Bela Bartok Conservatory in Budapest, will visit the UI as part of the School of Music's Piano Festival 2000-2001. During his visit to the UI campus, Csalog will present a master class with UI students at 9 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 4 in Clapp Recital Hall. The master class may be observed by the public free of charge. An annual event, the Piano Festival is a celebration of piano performance and teaching. It includes master classes and performances from outstanding visiting artist-teachers from around the world. Remaining events in Piano Festival 2000-2001 will be a recital and master class by Leonard Hokanson Feb. 24-25 and a recital and master class by Constance Keene March 25-26. For the Feb. 3 recital Csalog will perform the Sonata in A minor, D. 537, and the Impromptu in C minor, D. 899/1, by Franz Schubert; Klavierstuecke (Piano pieces) op. 119 by Johannes Brahms; "Games," by Gyorgy Kurtag, who was one of Csalog’s teachers in Hungary; and the Sonata in C minor, op. 111, of Beethoven.

54. Marcel Worms - Pianist
zoals Osvaldo Pugliese en Horacio Salgan waren, behalve orkestleider, ook pianist. undIsolde (18541859) (transcription for piano by zoltan kocsis) 3. Franz

55. Marcel Worms - Pianist
Many of the genre s greatest figures were both bandleader and pianist. to Tristanund Isolde (18541859) (transcription for piano by zoltan kocsis) 3. Franz

56. The Czech Philharmonic
At 14, Wuertz joined the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapestand later became a student of prominent pianist zoltan kocsis.
The Czech Philharmonic
October 1, 1990 at 8:00 p.m.
Jiri Belohlavek,
Klara Wuertz,
Pianist Programme Klara Wuertz, Piano soloist Intermission The Czech Philharmonic The Czech Philharmonic, one of the world's oldest and most distinguished symphony orchestras, is renowned for its impeccable standards of musical excellence. The ensemble displays a warmth, resonance, and depth of artistry that has evolved through the inspiration and guidance of generations of Czechoslavakia's finest musical talents. The orchestra's legacy of prominent guest and resident conductors began with Antonin Dvorak, who led the ensemble's first performance in 1896. Gustav Mahler conducted the premiere of his 7th Symphony in Prague with the ensemble. Since that occasion, a string of musical luminaries have conducted the orchestra, including Edward Grieg, Richard Strauss, Leonard Beernstein, Zubin Mehta, Erich Leinsdorf, Lorin Maazel, Otto Klemperer, Sir Adrian Boult, Sir John Barbirolli, and Sir Thomas Beecham. This illustrious ensemble stands at the pinnacle of the musical life of Prague, a city so musically rich that it has earned the surname, the "Conservatory of Europe." Founded in the late 19th century, by members of the Prague National Theatre orchestra who wished to develop the symphonic repertoire, the Czech Philharmonic finally achieved recognition as the first independent Czech symphony orchestra when it received state subsidy in 1945. This autonomy was the result of the dispute between the National Theatre management and the orchestra's members. Prior to the strike, the orchestra functioned as the National Theatre Orchestra, dividing activities between the presentation of symphonic music and the operatic repertoire. To celebrate the significance of the Philharmonic's dedication to symphonic repertoire, an annual festival was inaugurated to commemorate this landmark achievement. Known as the Prague Spring Festival, this cultural highlight attracts musicians and ensembles from virtually every country. The occasion affords a review of the Czech musical traditions, past and present.

57. : Sydney Star Observer
zoltan kocsis’s selection of Debussy’s Images (Instrumental winner 1990)is hypnotic piano playing. The Hungarian pianist and composer, who is also

58. Das Medium, Die Botschaft (, NZZ Online, 13. 7. 2001)
Translate this page Gleichwohl und rechtens viel Beifall für Staiers Kunst. Am nächsten Abenddann musizierte auf diesem Flügel der ungarische pianist zoltan kocsis.
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Conductors Ensembles Orchestras ... Organizations and Management Soloists Adam, Bill (Bill Adam Tribute Web site) (trumpet) Afrocentric Voices in Classical Music ; Biographies and bibliographies on African Americans in classical vocal music Ainsley, John Mark (tenor) Angelov, Ludmil (piano) Alban, Carol (flute) Aler, John (tenor) Allen, Susan (harp) Allen, Sir Thomas (baritone) Alykova, Valentina (violin) Anfuso, Nella (soprano and contralto) Anthony, Janet (cello) Antonsen, Ole Edvard (trumpet) Antonsen, Ole Edvard (trumpet) Archibald, Paul (trumpet) Armiliato, Fabio (tenor) Arnesen, Bodil (soprano) Asbjornson, Susan (soprano) Avers, Randall (guitar) Avril, Franck (oboe) Ayres, Paul (organ) Bacon, Thomas (horn) Bagratuni, Suren

60. Classical Music : Ballets & Dances- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Pyotr Il'yich Tchaik
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