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December 25, 2011

Budapest, St. Terese Church

Liszt: Coronation Mass, with Schola Cantorum Budapestiensis, György Philipp (conductor)


December 22-23, 2011
Ankara, Presidental Symphony Orchestra 

Mahler: 3rd Symphony, Vachtang Machavariani (conductor)

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November 13, 2011

Budapest, FUGA 
New compositions (first performances) - vocal works of Armand Tóth


November 1, 2011
Hatvan, Catholic Church
"De profundis" - works of Liszt, Bach - with the Corelli Consort


October 20, 2011

Ankara, TNT Radio Studio (life broadcast)

Recital, songs of Liszt and Wagner: Wesendonck Lieder - Judit Rajk and András Wilheim (piano)

October 19, 2011

Ankara, Hacettepe University Cultural Center, Liszt Symposium and Festival

Recital, songs of Liszt and Wagner - Judit Rajk and András Wilheim (piano)

October 16, 2011
Budapest, Evangelical Church, Békásmegyer:
Recital, songs of Liszt and Wagner - Judit Rajk and András Wilheim (piano)

October 2, 2011              

Budapest (Hungary), Nyitott Műhely-Beszélő est

Songs of Mahler, with Adam Fischer (piano)


June 4, 2011                

Sahy (Slovakia), Concert Hall of the Music School

Ipoly Festival - recital, songs of Liszt, Bartók, Kodály, with András Wilheim (piano)


June 1, 2011              

Budapest, Óbuda Parish Church, Óbudai Társaskör

"Liszt and the Slavs" - recital with the  St Ephraim Male Choir and Dóra Bizják (piano)
Listen: Rachmaninov: Blagoslovi Dushe Moja

May 30, 2011                

Istanbul (Turkey), Çırağan Palace Kempinski

"Tribute to Franz Liszt" - recital, songs of Liszt, Dargomizsky and Tchaikovsky, with Emre Elivar (piano)

April 10, 2011             

Bratislava (Slovakia), St. Martin Cathedral
Opening concert of the Liszt Festival - Liszt: Via Crucis

Branislav Kostka (dirigent) Miesany Spevacky Zbor Tirnava Andrej Rapant (zbormajster, tenor) Hilda Gulyasová (sopran), Jana Pastorková (sopran) Judit Rajk (alt), Gustáv Belácek (bas) Peter Kollár (bass), Stanislav Šurin (organ)


February  12, 2011 
Budapest, Music Academy, Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum

"Liszt and the Slavic Music"Works by Liszt, Chopin, Glinka and Rachmaninoff
Tünde Szabóki (soprano) St Ephraim Male Choir, Dóra Bizják (piano)



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