Szabo Ferenc

Department: Archives for 20th–21st Century Hungarian Music
Degree, position: DLA, Research Fellow, Post Doctoral Scholar of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Tasks: History of Recordings, History of Musical Interpretation
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Room: 302
Phone: +36 1 214-6770, Ext. 321

 

CV

 

2017 Zoltán Kodály Scholarship
Since September 2016 senior lecturer at the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy
2016 Zoltán Kodály Scholarship
Since 2014 scientific leader of the Archives of the Gesellschaft für Historische Tonträger (Vienna)
2014 
Youth Award of the HAS
2013–2015 Postdoctoral Fellowshipof the HAS
Since March 2013 Coach at the Voice Department of the Liszt Academy of Music in the classes of Éva Marton and Andrea Meláth; since 2014 also lecturer at the Academy of Music
January–May 2013 Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Doctoral Program of the Liszt Academy of Music 
Since 2012 Member of the Archives and Research Group for the 20th-21st Century Hungarian Music 
2012 DLA degree at the Liszt Academy of Music. Title of dissertation:  Karel Burian és Magyarország. [Karel Burian and Hungary] (Supervisor:  Anna Dalos; music advisor: Jenő Jandó).
2011–2014 Junior Researcher at the Institute for Musicology of the HAS (Department of Hungarian Music History, research fields: history of discography and operatic performance practice)
Since 2011 Member of the Hungarian Music Society
2011 Participation in a series of programs jointly organized by the Liszt Academy of Music and the China Radio International, as a pianist.
2011 Recording of the Piano Trio of  János Vajda of his author’s CD with the Trio Duecento Corde (Hungaroton label)
2011 Research Fellow at the Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum and Research Center
2010–2014 Organizer of the concert series at the Museum of Fonyód
Since 2010 Member of the Gesellschaft für Historische Tonträger
Since 2010 Member of the Hungarian Musicological Society
2010 Language Exam in English, intermediate-level, complex type (TELC)
2010 Martha Debelli Scholarship (Graz, Austria) with the Trio Duecento Corde
2010 Fischer Annie Scholarship
2009 Martha Debelli Scholarship (Graz, Austria) with the Trio Duecento Corde 
2009 Fischer Annie Scholarship
2009 2nd Prize (ex-aequo) and two Special Awards at the 5th International Johannes Brahms Chamber Music Competition (Gdańsk, Poland) with the Trio Duecento Corde (1st Prize not awarded)
2008–2009 External collaborator of the Department of Hungarian Music History at the Institute for Musicology of the HAS (the history of Hungarian discography)
2008–2013 Studies in the DLA (piano major) and PhD (musicology major) programs of the Liszt Academy of Music
2008–2011 Kunstuniversität Graz, Master-level studies in chamber music (Prof. Chia Chou, Parnassus Trio)
2008 Internationale Sommerakademie Prag-Wien-Budapest (Reichenau, Austria), Pleyel-Prize, with the Trio Duecento Corde 
2008 Scholarship winner of the KLASSZ Tehetségek [Classic Talents] as the member of the Trio Duecento Corde 
2008 Master of Music with Excellence in Piano major at the Liszt Academy of Music. Master’s Thesis: J. S. Bach és a szonátaszerkezet. Szonátaelvű formai ismétlődések Bach csembalószvitjeiben és fúgáiban [ J. S. Bach and the Sonata Form. Formal Recurrences based on the Principles of the Sonata Form in Bach’s Cembalo Suites and Fugues.] (Supervisor: Boglárka V. Terray)
Since 2008 Pianist of the ensemble for contemporary music called THReNSeMBle (artistic director: Balázs Horváth) 
2007 2nd Prize and two Special Awards at the 14th International Johannes Brahms Competition (Pörtschach, Austria), with the Trio Duecento Corde
2007 1st Prize of Excellence at the 4th National Chamber Music Competition for Colleges and Universities (in Debrecen) with the Trio Duecento Corde
2006 Hungarian Première of the Piano Trio of Charles Ives with the Trio Duecento Corde
2006–2011 Pianist of the Trio Duecento Corde, making several appearances in Hungary and European countries as the member of that. 
2006 Scholarship of the Mayor of the Town of Pécs 
2005–2006 Editor of the concert series ’Zeneakadémisták muzsikálnak’ [ Student Performances of the Liszt Academy]  (at Veszprém) 
2004 Finalist and Special prize winner at the 1st International Bartók Béla Piano Competition (at Szeged)
2003–2008 Piano major at the Liszt Academy of Music (with Jenő Jandó, Sándor  Falvai, Pál Éder, János Devich and Emmy Varasdy)
2003 Language Exam in German, intermediate-level (ÖSD), complex type
2002 1st Prize at the National Solfeggio Competition for the Secondary Schools in Debrecen
2002 Scholarship of the Mayor of the Town of Pécs 
2001 Art Scholarship of the Rotary Club 
2000–2004 Composition major at the High School of Arts and Secondary School of Pécs (with István Győrffy)
2001–2003 Piano major at the Béla Bartók Secondary School of Music (with Katalin Halmágyi)
1999–2001 Piano major at the High School of Arts and Secondary School of Pécs (with Anita  Ancil)
1999 3rd Prize at the National Solfeggio Competition for the Secondary Schools in Budapest
1996–2000 Solfeggio and Music Theory major at the High School of Arts and Secondary School of Pécs (with Mária Rába and István Győrffy)
1996 1st Prize of Excellence at the National Solfeggio Competition in Debrecen and Special Prize at the Improvising Category
1993–1999 Piano major studies (with Zoltán Tényi) at the Liszt Ferenc School of Music of Pécs at the primary level 
1989–1996  Violin major studies (with Klára Rozgonyi until 1994 and solfeggio with Istvánné Burkus) at the Liszt Ferenc School of Music of Pécs at the primary level