Technique should create itself from spirit not from mechanics.

Franz Liszt to Lina Raman
István Gulyás

István Gulyás

Keyboard and Harp Department

Piano as Main Subject

 
BORN: 1960
 
ACADEMIC DEGREE, UNIVERSITY POSITION: senior lecturer
 
STUDIES:
His first piano teacher was his mother.
Since 1973: Franz Liszt Academy of Music, School for Exceptional Young Talents – professor: György Agonás
1982: He received his diploma at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music – professors: Mihály Bächer, Kálmán Dráfi
 
MASTER CLASSES:
Rudolf Kehrer – Weimar
Yvonne Lefébure - Paris
 
TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Since 1988: Franz Liszt Academy of Music – Piano, Répétiteur Studies
Szent István Secondary School of Music – Piano; Head of the Piano Department
 
INVITED LECTURER, MASTER CLASSES:
Invited lecturer: Nagoya Uiversity of Arts (Japan)
Master classes and lectures in Hungary and abroad: Kőszeg (Hungary), Siófok (Hungary), Valencia (Spain)
International master classes: United Kingdom, Finland, Ukraine
Visiting professor: South Korea, USA
 
Successes of his students:
Dénes Várjon: Géza Anda Piano Competition – 1st Prize
Dányi brothers: Andor Földes Piano Competition – 1st Prize
Dániel Lebhardt: Filtsch Competition – 1st Prize; International Russian Piano Competition – 1st Prize
János Balázs: Liszt Competition, Pécs (Hungary) – 1st Prize
Yo Murakai: Italy – 1st Prize
László Váradi: International Novak-Cikker Piano Competition, Kamenice, Czech Republic - 1st Prize
 
MAJOR CONCERTS:
He has given concerts in Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Slovenia, Italy, Australia, Japan, Korea, Chile.
 
He has performed with Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Szolnok Symphony Orchestra, the Szent István Jubilee Orchestra, the Santiago Symphony Orchestra.
 
COMPETITIONS:
1982: Dohnányi Piano Competition – 1st Prize
Hungarian Radio Piano Competition – Special Prize
Sydney Piano Competition – 7th Prize
 
CONTACT: pianino@digikabel.hu