Adam Balogh is a classical pianist born in Hungary. Actively pursuing a career as a soloist and chamber musician, he is one of his generation’s promising talents.
Adam Balogh made his orchestral debut at the age of 13 with the Budapest Festival Orschestra under the baton of Ivan Fischer. Since then, he has performed with many important orchestras in his home country, including the National Philharmonic, Concerto Budapest, the Pannon Philharmonic, the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra. He gained further recoginition recently by winning the second prize of the Bartók World Competition, and the fifth prize of the Sydney International Piano Competition. He is also a prizewinner of Honens International Piano Competition.
He is a recipient of the Junior Prima Award and the Cziffra Festival’s Talent Award, as well as the Junior Tüke Award, given to outstanding young citizens of his home city, Pécs.
Joint concert of the Cziffra Stiftung
Támogató: Cultural Found of Hungary
Liszt: Harmonies du soir,
Brahms-Cziffra: 5. Hungarian Dance,
Brahms: 4 Balada Op. 10,
Brahms-Cziffra: 4. Hungarian Dance,
Liszt: Polonaise mélancolique
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