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Sándor Végh Competition

Sándor Végh Competition

Zsolt Fejérvári has been winner of the Sándor Végh Competition of the Budapest Festival Orchestra for the 5th time. He is invited to be a soloist of one of the concert series of the BFO. He will play Bottesini's Concerto accompanied by the orchestra in the coming saison.

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Chamber music with Kim Kashkashian

Chamber music with Kim Kashkashian

Zsolt Fejérvári has been invited to world-class pianist Dénes Várjon's chamber music festival "kamara.hu". It has been a great honour for me to play the "Trout Quintet" in the Main Hall of the Liszt Academy the 18th November with such great artists like legendary viola player Kim Kashkashian, virtuoso Kristóf Baráti or cello poet Marie Elisabeth Hecker. Thank you for the unforgettable evening together!

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Katowice, Gadzinski Competition

Katowice, Gadzinski Competition

Zsolt Fejérvári has been one of the jury members of the 2017 Gadzinski Competition, in Katowice. He also played on the opening concert of the event together with the 2016 winner of the International Sperger Competition, Marek Romanowski.

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London, Royal Albert Hall

London, Royal Albert Hall

Zsolt Fejérvári played the solo bass part of Mozart's famous baritone concert aria „Per questa bella mano” with the Budapest Festival Orchestra conducted by Ivan Fischer in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam as well in the Royal Albert Hall. World-class German singer  Hanno Müller-Brachmann sung the baritone part. The concerts were performed in Budapest (MUPA), Amsterdam (Concertgebouw) and London (Royal Festival Hall). The Telegraph / Ivan Hewett: "This Prom was a fine example. (...) Mozart surrounded the vocal melody (eloquently sung by bass Hanno Müller-Brachmann, standing in for Neil Davies) with an absurdly virtuoso double-bass part, tossed off here by the Budapest Festival Orchestra’s principal bassist Zsolt Fejérvári." Seen and heard / Leon Bosch: "Hanno Müller-Brachmann standing in for the indisposed Neal Davis, and with the flamboyant and self-assured Fejérvári by his side, gave a plausible if lack-lustre account of Mozart’s tender love song."

 

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Visiting Tom Martin

Visiting Tom Martin

It has been a great honour for Zsolt Fejérvári beeing invited by the legendary Tom Martin to held a two-days master class for his own Birmingham Conservatory students. Thank you, Tom, I enjoyed these Birmingham days so much!

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Vanhal's Bass Concerto

Vanhal's Bass Concerto

Watch Vanhal's Bass Concerto performed by Zsolt Fejérvári and the Budapest Festival Orchestra under the baton of Gábor Takács-Nagy from the beautiful Main Hall of Budapest's Liszt Academy of Music!

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Lockenhaus

Lockenhaus

He has been invited again to some of Europe's leading chamber music festivals like Lockenhaus (founded by Gidon Kremer), or Geneva's beloved Bellerive Festival.

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Soundpost and endpin

Soundpost and endpin

Zsolt Fejérvári uses the newly developed soundpost made of carbon "Anima Nova" in both of his basses as well the new acoustic endpin Mitsuke Triple Brillante. Bigger. wider, darker, evener sound, like it!

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