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, Adorján, András

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Budapest. Born in Budapest (Hungary), he studied in Copenhagen (Denmark) and since 1974 he took up residence in Munich (Germany). After obtaining his Odontology Diploma in Copenhagen, he finished his musical studies with Aurèle Nicolet and Jean-Pierre Rampal. Immediately afterwards he won prizes at international competitions such as Jacob-Gade-Preis, , Copenhagen (1968), Montreal's and Paris' Flute International Competitions in 1968, respectively. He is also considered one of the most important flutist of his generation. He has appeared as soloist with the major symphony orchestras of the world, such as Stockholm, Cologne, Baden-Baden and Munich. Since 1987 he has been Professor at Cologne's Hochshule für Musik and starting in 1996 at the Munich Hochshule für Musik. András Adorján is regularly invited by prestigious festivals throughout Germany. For years he has been interested in expanding flute repertoires and has recovered compositions forgotten to-date (Von Benda, Bloch, Danzi, Devienne, Doppler, Gieseking, Hummel, Mercadante, Moscheles, Reger, Reinecke, Roman, Silcher, Spohr, Zielche, Zienck). He has played and recorded these compositions. He has also urged contemporary composers such as Barboteu, Denisow, Engel, Hiller, Holmboe, Koetsier, Lee, Lieberson, Maros, Schinittke and Werner to compose new repertoires for this instrument.

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