The point is to increase gradually the level of the understanding, cultivation and practice of musical art. This task falls particularly to the new Academy.

Liszt to Antal Augusz

Zsófia Járdányi

School for Exceptional Young Talents, Strings Department

Violin as Main Subject

 
BORN: 1959, Budapest
 
ACADEMIC DEGREE, UNIVERSITY POSITION: college associate professor; DLA in progress
 
STUDIES:
1973-1977: Béla Bartók Secondary School of Music, Budapest
1977-1983: Franz Liszt Academy of Music
 
TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
1982: Debrecen College of Music
1983: Szeged College of Music
Since 1983: Teacher Training Institute of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music
Since 2007: Franz Liszt Academy of Music
 
MAJOR CONCERTS, ORCHESTRAL MEMBERSHIPS:
1981-2001: a member of the Budapest Strings
Since 2002: numerous concerts at home and across the world as a member of the Weiner-Szász Chamber Symphonics
 
RECORDINGS:
Contributed to 3 CDs (Hungaroton, Capriccio, Nuova Era)
As a soloist and as a chamber musician concerts, albums and radio recordings:
Hungaroton: HCD317, HCD12995, HCD31519, Capriccio:10772,  the Archive of the Hungarian Radio
 
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:
2001: Bartók-Pásztory Prize (as a member of the Budapest Strings)
2003: Ferenc Halász Prize
 
Contact: jardanyizs[at]yahoo.com