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Szentpéteri Csilla - Discography (1993-2014) (LOSSLESS / MP3)

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1993-2014
Genre: Instumental, Piano, Neoclassical, Classical Crossover
Quality: FLAC (Tracks)/MP3 192-320 kbps
Total Size: 1,11 Gb/738 mb

Csilla Szentpéteri started playing the piano at the age of seven. Already at an early age, her fine ear and excellent timing manifested themselves. Having graduated from the School of Music at Makó, she continued her music studies at the Szeged Béla Bartók Conservatory. Eventually, she graduated from the Budapest Franz Liszt Academy of Music as a pianist with summa cum laude qualification.

She won her first scholarship in 1988, to the Basel Academy of Music in Switzerland, but a serious hand problem prevented her from using this opportunity. In 1990, she had a scholarship in Finland and, in 1991, she obtained her master diploma at the Santa Cecilia Academy of Music in Rome, also supported by scholarship. In 1996, she again won a scholarship, this time in Spain.

For 6 years, she was teaching at the Budapest Franz Liszt Academy of Music; for years she acted as director at the Academy's woodwind and brass instrument, as well as violin and vocal music departments. She gave concerts in the USA, Germany, the United Kingdom, Austria, Portugal, Sicily, Belgium, Switzerland, and the countries of the Eastern region. She toured Italy 8 times with the Hungarian Virtuosos Chamber Orchestra. She participated at master courses conducted by Georges Cziffra, Péter Frankl, Sergio Perticaroli and Tamás Ungár. Csilla performed chamber music with world-famous violinists, Josef Sivo and Stefan Ruha, on a regular basis.

A key step in her professional life was, when Thomas Vasary, the world-famous conductor-pianist discovered her in 1995, and together they were giving concerts in Hungary, Germany, and the UK for many years. He introduced Csilla to Sir Georg Solti, who auditioned her several times and expressed his highest appreciation. Eventually, due to the master passing away, the planned joint concert could not take place.

Melodies written and addressed to Csilla by Peter Wolf, composer, were published by Hungaroton in 1993 under the title "Stella Romances", and then in 1996 titled "Paradise".

On the 1st of January of 1997 baron Wolfhard von Boeselager presented her at the Academy of Music with the "Most Talented Young Artist" prize .

1993 - Stella románcok (49:48)
2002 - Vadhajtások (49:49)
2003 - Időzónák (48:55)
2005 - Láva (47:23)

1993 - Wolf Péter - Stella románcok (320 kbps)
2000 - Üzenet (192-320 kbps)
2002 - Vadhajtások (320 kbps)
2003 - Időzónák (320 kbps)
2005 - Láva (320 kbps)
2008 - Spiritus (192 kbps)
2014 - Best Of Szentpeteri Csilla & Band (192 kbps)

Szentpéteri Csilla - Discography (1993-2014) (LOSSLESS / MP3)

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jojo5   User offline   14 June 2016 08:19

Thank you ver much!

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