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Perényi, Miklós

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Budapest, 1948. Born in Budapest in a very musicious family, he started at five years old his first cello lessons with Miklós Zsamboki, a student of David Popper. Being only nine years old he gave his first concert in Budapest. Afterwards, he continued his studies with Enrico Mainardi in Rome and Ede Bande in Budapest. In 1963 he was honoured at the International Cello Competition Pablo Casals in Budapest, who invited him to his master-courses, mainly in Puerto Rico and numerous summers at the Marlboro Festival followed. He was honoured with the Kossath Prize in 1980 and the Bartók Pasztory Prize in 1987. Since 1980 he helds the position of professor at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest. Miklós Perényi has appeared in the most important music centres of the world. He was guest at several international musicfestivals including such in Edinburgh, Lucerne, Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, Hohenems, Warschau and Berlin, as well as in Japan, China and the United States, at the Cello Festival Kronberg and at the Festival Pablo Casals in Prades (France). For next months, Miklós Perényi will play at the Budapest Festival Orchestra and Budapest Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a guest at Kronenberg, Winterthur and Manchester Festivals. The close partnership with András Schiff, which succeeded already in concerts at the Schubertiade, London's Wigmore Hall, at the Edinburgh Festival and the Ruhr Festival will be continued in the following seasons at Ittingen Festival, Vicenza and Beauvaise. He is regularly performing together with the Keller Quartet. Miklós Perényi recorded for several labels including Hungaroton, EMI-Quint, Sony Classic, Teldec, Decca, col legno and Erato. His latest CD together with András Schiff was Beethoven Cello Sonatas.

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