Technique should create itself from spirit not from mechanics.

Franz Liszt to Lina Raman
András Kemenes

András Kemenes

Keyboard and Harp Department

Methodology of Specialization, Piano as Main Subject, Professional Didactics and Pedagogical Literature

Born: 1961, Budapest
Academic degree, university position: lecturer
Franz Liszt Academy of Music – professors: Pál Kadosa, Ferenc Rados, György Kurtág
Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory
Carl Maria von Weber Hochschule für Musik, Dresden – professor: Prof. Amadeus Webersinke
Teaching activities:
1984-1991: Kodály Zoltán School, Kecskemét (Hungary)
Since 1991: Franz Liszt Academy of Music
Master classes:
He has been giving master classes both in Hungary and abroad, including Austria, Germany, Spain, Finland and Japan.
Major concerts and recordings:
He has given concerts both in Hungary and abroad. He has made several radio recordings in Budapest, and has contributed to many recordings with flutist Zoltán Gyöngyössy. Together with Gábor Csalog he recorded the four-hand and two-piano compositions of György Kurtág. He has published several scores at the Könemann Verlag.