Technique should create itself from spirit not from mechanics.

Franz Liszt to Lina Raman

Gyöngyi Falvainé Keveházi

Keyboard and Harp Department, School for Exceptional Young Talents

Piano, Piano as Main Subject

 
Born: 1948
 
Academic degree, university position: university professor
 
Studies:
Franz Liszt Academy of Music
1972-73: Moskow, Tchaikovsky Conservatory, graduate course
 
Teaching activities:
Since 1973: Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Special School for Exceptional Young Talents, piano as main subject, compulsory piano
 
Visiting lectureships, master courses:
in Hungary:Balassagyarmat(for 15 years), Nyíregyháza, Budapest
abroad: Sweden, Canada, Italy, Slovakia
 
Major concerts, recordings:
1972-1984: soloist of the National Philharmonics
Paris, Austria (Chopin Festival), Sweden, Bulgaria, Russia, Italy, Canada, Germany
four hands performances and two-piano concerts
Chopin CD, published by the German Chopin Society
Jury memberships: in several cities throughout Hungary, Slovakia
 
Memberships:
Liszt Society
 
Awards, honours:
1972: „Musikverein" International Piano Competition, Vienna, 5th prize