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Zsuzsanna Sirokay

Zsuzsanna Sirokay (born 28. März 1941 in Ungvár, Carpathian Ruthenia, Hungary) is a Hungarian pianist and live in Switzerland. She passed her education with Prof. Péter Solymos at the «Franz Liszt»-College of Music in Budapest with distinction. Besides studies with György Kurtág she attended master courses with Alfred Brendel, Paul Badura-Skoda, Jörg Demus and Géza Anda.

  • Finalist at the Concours Clara Haskil in Lucerne 1967 and 1969
  • Winner of competitions in Leeds and Vienna
  • Concert tours to Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, England, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Poland, the Soviet Union and Spain.
  • Radio broadcast at stations Basel, Berlin, Berne, Budapest, Geneva, Glasgow, Cologne, Lausanne, London, Lugano, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich

Recordings

  • W. A. Mozart, Klavierkonzert A-Dur KV 488 and C-Dur KV 415, Hungaroton
  • Béla Bartók, Klavierwerke (4 Klagelieder, Allegro barbaro, Suite op. 14 and others), Jecklin

Chamber music:

  • «Romantische Klarinettenmusik»: Norbert Burgmüller, Niels Wilhelm Gade, Charles Villiers Stanford (with Lux Brahn), Jecklin
  • «Musik aus der Blütezeit des Bassethorns»: Franz Danzi, Alois Beerhalter (with Hans Rudolf Stalder), Jecklin
  • «The Virtuoso Flute»: F. Kuhlau, F. Ries, C. Czerny, Molique (with Peter-Lukas Graf), Jecklin
  • «Virtuose Klarinettenmusik der Romantik II»: Boieldieu, Cavallini, Ponchielli, Rossini and others (with Hans Rudolf Stalder and Heinz Hofer), Jecklin
  • Johannes Brahms, Sonatas Op. 120 F-Moll and Es-Dur (with András Tószeghi), Angelicum
  • Friedrich Kuhlau, 2 Sonatas A-Moll Op. 85 and Es-Moll Op. 64 (with Peter-Lucas Graf), Claves

Sources

Self made translation from: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zsuzsanna_Sirokay

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