A legfontosabb osztály számomra – és a magyar zenészek százai számára – a kamarazenei osztály volt.

Solti György

István Lantos

2015. november 3.

BORN: 10 July 1949, Budapest
 
ACADEMIC DEGREE, UNIVERSITY POSITION: professor
 
SUBJECT(S): Piano
 
STUDIES:
1968-1972: Franz Liszt Academy of Music – professor: Péter Solymos
 
TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
He has been teaching at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music since 1973.
1984-1986: Head of the Piano Department
1994-1997: Rector (President) of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music
 
INVITED LECTURER, MASTER CLASSES:
1986-1989: Kyoiku University, Sapporo (Japan)
 
Ha regularly takes part in the work of the jury of piano and organ competitions across the world.
 
MAJOR CONCERTS:
1972-1992: As a soloist of the Filharmonia, he gave numerous piano and organ concerts in Hungary and abroad. Beside European countries, he returned in the USA and in Japan quite frequently as a guest performer.
 
Major concerts and tours:
1969: Bayreuth: International Youth Meeting, Bartók: Piano Concerto No. 3.
Since 1972: Regular tours with the State Concert Orchestra; conductor: János Ferencsik (USA, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Japan)
 
He regularly gave concerts with the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the MATÁV Symphony Orchestra, the MÁV Symphony Orchestra, and the Orchestra of the Philharmonic Society.
 
RECORDINGS:
All his recordings have been released by Hungaroton Records.
 
Franz Liszt: Chamber Pieces
Brahms: Piano Quartets
In Memoriam Giovanni Bottesini
Franz Liszt: Rarities for Piano
Franz Liszt: Piano Works for Two Pianos
Hungaroton is 50 years old – Pianists (1951-2001)
Bottesini, Giovanni: Compositions for Double Bass No. 3. (contributor)
Schubert Piano Pieces
Dohnányi: Variations on a Children's Song
Haydn: Piano Pieces
Original two-piano and four-hands compositions and other chamber pieces of Liszt
Bartók songs
 
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:
1976: Liszt Prize
1992: Bartók-Pásztory Prize
1998: Eminent Artist
2001: Andor Földes Commemorative Medal