Budapest, 2017. április 3. Hamar Zsolt, Liszt Ferenc-díjas karmester, zeneszerzõ, a Nemzeti Filharmonikusok új zeneigazgatója a fõvárosi Mûvészetek Palotája (Müpa) elõtt 2017. április 3-án. MTI Fotó: Balogh ZoltánZSOLT HAMARConducting master course

Zsolt Hamar was honoured with the Franz Liszt Award and with the Knight’s Cross of the Order of the Hungarian Republic, since March 2017 is the director of the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra.

He graduated as a composer and conductor at the Academy of Music under the tutorial of Emil Petrovics, composer and Ervin Lukács and Tamás Gál conductors.
He graduated in 1995-ben with First Class Honours, and in the same year he won the Second Prize and the Audience Award at the Eight Hungarian Television International Conducting Competition. In 1996 he was awarded with the Second Prize at the Spanish Conducting Competition in Cadaques, and in 1997 he won the First Prize at the International Conducting Competition of the Portuguese Radio. He has been directing all the major symphonic orchestras in Hungary and is regularly invited to conduct at the Hungarian State Opera.

Between 2000 – 2009 he has been the leading conductor and artistic director of the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra of Pécs and thanks to his efforts the orchestra has become one of the leading Hungarian orchestras.

Between 2004-2007 he was the leading conductor of the Orchestra Verdi Padova e del Veneto, and conducted the orchestra all over Italy and in several European cities.

Zsolt Hamar is a regular guest of various distinguished concert halls in Europe, Japan, Canada and the USA. He works with famous orchestras, like the Bruckner Orchestra of Linz, the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Mozarteum Orchestra in Salzburg. He is a frequent guest to Basel, Merano and to other major European cultural centers.

From 2007 onwards he has regularly conducted premiers and revivals in the Opera House of Zurich, which is among the top ten opera houses of the world. In 2011-12 among a new production of Rossini he also conducted the world premier of Anno Schreier’opera Die Stadt der Blinden.

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ILDIKÓ KOMLÓSI – Melody and opera master course

Ildikó Komlósi paid her debut as the absolute winner of the Pavarotti International Competition in 1986 performing as the partner of Pavarotti in Verdi’s Requiem, conducted by Lorin Maazel. She debuted in the Opera of Frankfurt in 1989-ben, on the stage of the Opera La Scala Milan in 1990 and in 1999 on the stage of the New York Metropolitan. Some of her outstanding performances include Judit in Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle published by Decca and BMG. In 2006 she was awarded with the International Opera Prize of the Verona Arena Foundation.


GERGELY ITTZÉS – Flute master  courseIttzés Gergely 2

Gergely Ittzés after graduating at the Budapest Liszt Academy of Music in 1993, received scholarships from the International Prague Mozart Academy and the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada. His most inspiring flute tutors have been István Matuz and Nicolet Auréle, and chamber music tutors György Kurtág and Ferenc Rados.

He won several prizes at various national and international competitions including the Grand Prix of the 2nd Aleksander Tansman International Competition for Musical Personalities and the Franz Liszt Award in 2001. He is founding member of the UMZE Chamber Ensemble, and the TeTraVERSI flute quartet between 2003-2009.

He is frequently invited to international flute festivals, regularly performs at concerts and leads master courses all over Europe, in China in North and South America. In 2017 he was guest lecturer at Boston University. He gave his debut concert at the Carnegie Hall in 2014. Mr. Ittzés has published 20 records. His most recent project includes the compilation of The Great Book of Flute Sonatas, Volumes 1-7 published by Hungaroton. Several composers have composed for Ittzés. Since 1996 Mr. Ittzés has been flute professor at the Széchenyi University in Győr.

Since September 2017 he is also lecturing at the Arts Faculty of the University of Pécs. He is a versatile musician striving for perfection. His large musical repertoire includes several rarities from the baroque to the experimental periods and free improvisation styles. (


Balog József_smallJÓZSEF BALOG – Piano master course

József Balog is one of the most gifted pianists in his generation with brilliant technique and a deeply sensitive musicality that is highly acclaimed by both the audience and his critics. He holds master classes on a regular basis and has given more than thousand concerts of great success in 24 countries of three continents, both as a soloist and a chamber music performer.He gained a number of prizes at international piano competitions and two of his records were awarded at Liszt Ferenc International Grand Prix du Disque recording competition. In July of 2015, recording of Transcendental Etudes by Liszt won the title of „record of the month” on website.On behalf of Brilliant Classics music company he recorded all the Bartók pieces for violin and piano with the participation of Antal Zalai violinist that will be followed by recording of all the piano works of Zoltán Kodály and László Lajtha in 2017, on behalf of the Convention ClassicIn 2018 he was honoured with the Franz Liszt Award.

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