Réti Balázs

Keyboard and Harp Department

Born: 1974, Budapest

Academic degree, university position:
DLA, associate professor (University of Miskolc, Bartók Béla Music Institute)

Subject: Piano

Studies:
1987-1992: Béla Bartók Conservatory of Music – professor: Gábor Eckhardt
1992-1998: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music - professor: György Nádor
2000-2003: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – Doctoral School
2007: DLA degree. Title of dissertation: Keith Jarrett
1999-2001: Fischer Annie scholarship

Master classes:
Lev Naumov, András Schiff, Dmitrij Baskirov

Teaching experiences:
1999-2004: Béla Bartók Conservatory of Music
From 1999: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Piano Department (Special School for Young Students and University faculty)
From 2007: University of Miskolc, Bartók Béla Music Institute, Piano Department – piano, sight reading, chamber music
From 2008: University of Miskolc, Bartók Béla Music Institute, Head of Piano Department
2007: He set up the piano main subject program (BA and MA) of Liszt Academy in cooperation with András Kemenes.

Master classes:
2004: Lima (Peru) - Conservatorio Nacional de Música
2008: Trento - Conservatorio di Musica - A Bonportiâ

Successes of students:
Benedek Horváth * – Novi Sad, 2008 – 1. prize
Akiyama Tetsuya – Italy, 2007 – 1. prize
László Borbély* – International Liszt-Bartók Piano Competition, Budapest, 2006 – 2. prize
Balázs Fülei* –  Taranto, 2005 – 1. prize
Toriyama Asuka – Nápoly, 2004 – 1. prize
Péter Tóth*– International Liszt Piano Competition, Budapest, 2001 – 2. prize
Péter Tóth *– Weimar, 2000 – 2. prize

(*common students with György Nádor university professor at Liszt Academy)

Major concerts:

18. 08. 2000.: Dublin; National Concert Hall
Liszt: Totoentanz
RTE Orchestra, Peter Shannon

12. 08. 2001.: Berlin; Konzerthaus
Weiner: Concertino
Danubia Symphony Orchestra, Domonkos Héja

30. 05. 2003: Guadalajara, Mexico; Teatro Degollado
Brahms: Piano Concerto in B flat major
Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, Hector Guzmán

13. 08. 2004.: Sárospatak; Zemplén Festival
Shostakovich: Piano concerto No.2.
Danubia Symphony Orchestra, Domonkos Héja

15. 03. 2006.: Jakarta, Indonesia; Balai Sarbini
Grieg: Piano concerto Op. 16
Nusantara Symphony Orchestra, Hikotaro Yazaki

26. 03. 2006.: Budapest, Liszt Academy
Bartók: Piano concerto No. 3.
Symphony Orchestra of Bartók Conservatory, Domonkos Héja

Competition results:
1996 Dublin; 1997 Scheveningen; Bordeaux; Pörtschach, etc. 

Contact:
retibalazs1[at]gmail.com
70/222-9853; 1/290-0116


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