...a country (Hungary) whose population, even today, is barely over ten million has produced so many musicians and so much outstanding music. I am grateful for having been born and trained there.

Sir Georg Solti

Spanish-Hungarian Online Clarinet Workshop at the Liszt Academy

25 January 2021

You an watch the stream here!


  • Prof. Csaba Pálfi – Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Woodwind and Brass Department
  • Prof. Mikel Donazar – Conservatorio Superior de Música de Navarra



12th February 2021 (Monday), 10.00–18.00


Course description:

Online clarinet workshop, organized for the students and professors of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Navarra;

Purpose of the workshop:

  • Introduction of Hungarian solo repertoire as well as the teaching methods used at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music’s clarinet program;
  • Introduction of Spanish clarinet repertoire.

The workshop is open to passive participants all around the world.


Platform of the workshop:

  • online stream (Homepage and YouTube channel of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music / Conservatorio Superior de Música de Navarra)

Registration is not required to watch the workshop, a link to the broadcast will be posted here.

Recording, distribution and sharing of the workshop is forbidden.


Stream of the morning session:

Stream of the afternoon session:


Schedule of the workshop:

Professor: Mikel Donazar

10.05–10.50: Nóra Czere
Bernardo Adam Ferrero: Trés interludios

10.50–11.35: Imola Börzsönyi
Adolfo Villalonga: Variaciones emocionales

11.35–12.20: Zsuzsanna Majzik (piano accompanist: Imre Dani)
Salvador Brotons: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano

12.20–13.05: Roland Tomcic (piano accompanist: Imre Dani)
Miguel Yuste: Solo de Concurso


13.05–14.00: LUNCH BREAK


Professor: Csaba Pálfi

14.00–14.45: Ainhoa Rollán
Béla Kovács: Hommage á Kodály Zoltán

14.45–15.30: Iker García
István Láng: Monodia

15.30–16.15: Unai Villabona
Miklós Rózsa: Sonatina for Clarinet Solo, op. 27

16.15–17.00: Irene Martín
Csaba Deák: Sonatina for Clarinet Solo

17.00–17.45: Javier Ribes
Gregory Vajda: Lightshadow-Trembling for Solo Clarinet