Fülei Balázs zongoraművész


Mozart composed his Concerto in E flat major in 1779 after returning from his European tour, for two pianos - namely, for himself and his sister, Nannerl, who was a wonderful pianist herself.

Liszt's Funérailles was conceived in his pain felt because of the failed Hungarian Revolution in 1848-49. 

In 1828 the 18-year-old Robert Schumann, spending some time in Munich, visited the 31-year-old poet, Heinrich Heine who was already quite known and was enjoying some regular income as the editor of Cotta Publishing House. Although they have never met again, the impact of that single conversaton proved to be long-lasting: 

Bartók has spent exactly 50 years of his life as an active concert player with 645 concerts in 22 countries of the world during this time. 

The first Echo Summer Academy in the Károlyi Castle in Fehérvárcsurgó ended with a concert in an extremely pleasant atmosphere on a hot July evening. On the last day of the six-day masterclass held by Balázs Fülei and his two colleagues from the Liszt Academy all the participants had the opportunity to introduce themselves. A few of them were playing in several productions, e.g. the German pianist, Marie-Luise Bodendorff with whom we clinked our glasses and talked after the closing concert.

The Echo Summer Academy in Fehérvárcsurgó ended with a concert with great success.