The two Hungarians not only played music, they were themselves the music – in every nerve – down to their fingertips.

Adelheid von Schorn on Reményi and Liszt
Csaba Pálfi Photo: Zsófi Raffay

Csaba Pálfi

School for Exceptional Young Talents, Woodwind and Brass Department

Clarinet as Main Subject, Study of Orchestral Parts

Born: 1987, Budapest

Academic degree, university position: DLA degree, senior lecturer

Studies:
2012-2015: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – Doctoral School
2006-2011: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – professors: Prof. Zsolt Szatmári and Tibor Dittrich
2009-2010: Koninklijk Conservatorium van Brussel – professor: Hedwig Swimberghe (exchange year with Erasmus scholarship)

Teaching activities:
since 2015: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – assistant lecturer
2013-2015: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – doctoral lecturer

Master classes:
2020: EWHA Womens University (South Korea)
           University of Ulsan (South Korea)
           Yonsei University (South Korea)
           Daegu University (South Korea)
2019: Korean National University of Arts (South Korea)
           Seoul National University (South Korea)
           EWHA Womens University (South Korea)
2017: Tokyo College of Music (Japan)

Competition results:
2016: Orlando International Chamber Music Competition – 3rd prize as a member of Weiner Ensemble

Orchestral memberships:
since 2016: Hungarian State Opera Orchestra
2011–2016: Zugló Philharmonics

Recordings:
2015: Richard Strauss: Symphony for Wind Instruments ’Fröhliche Werkstatt’ , Linn Records, CKD 538 (contributor)


Website:
www.palficsaba.com

Contact: csaba.palfi[kukac]academy.liszt.hu

Multimedia:
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