Music was and is an essential part of daily life in Hungary.

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Péter Kiss Photo: Liszt Academy / László Mudra

Péter Kiss

Chamber Music Department

Chamber Music

Academic degree, university position: senior lecturer

Born: 29 October 1986, Salgótarján

Studies:
2000-2005: Bartók Béla Secondary School of Music (Professors: Kőrösiné Belák Erzsébet, Csalog Gábor)
2005-2010: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music  (Professors: Némethy Attila, Szokolay Balázs, Wagner Rita, Gulyás Márta)
2010: Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Frankfurt - Erasmus scholarship (Professor: Catherine Vickers)
2011-2013: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music Doctorate School

Recordings:
Clarinet-piano sonatas by Jean Xavier Lefévre (with Csaba Klenyán)
Other recordings by the Hungarian Radio

Teaching activities:
2010-2011: piano accompanist, Béla Bartók Secondary School of Music
2014-2015: piano accompanist, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, String Department
2015- : assistant lecturer, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Chamber Music Department

Workshops, master classes:
Hungary, USA (Chicago, Columbia College), India (New-Delhi)

Major concerts:
He has been playing most of the countries of Europe, USA, India.
He has been invited as soloist and chamber musician to many Hungarian and international festivals.
He has worked together with artists and composers such as György Kurtág, Steve Reich, Kristóf Baráti, Vilmos Szabadi, Sylvia Sass, Alpaslan Ertüngealp, Gergely Vajda, István Varga, Péter Eötvös, Jonathan Cohen, Péter Nagy, Csaba Klenyán and Michael van der Aa.
He is the member of the Ludium Ensemble, that was founded by Gábor Csalog featuring the oeuvre of György Kurtág. He is founder member of the Trio Inception.

Awards, honours:
2011:  Artisjus Prize
2011, 2015, 2016: Fischer Annie Scholarship
2016. Junior Prima Prize

Website:
kisspeterpianist.hu

E-mail:
kiss.peter[kukac]academy.liszt.hu