Hubay: Violin Concertos, complete / Vilmos Szabadi / North Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Miskolc. Laszlo Kovacs / Hungaroton Classic 2 CD Set 2001 Stereo / HCD 31976-77
Hubay: Violin Concertos, complete / Vilmos Szabadi / North Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Miskolc. Laszlo Kovacs / Hungaroton Classic 2x Audio CD 2001 Stereo / HCD3197677
|1-1||Concerto Dramatique Op. 21 (A Minor)||(27:43)|
|1-2||Concerto Dramatique Op. 21 (A Minor)|
|1-3||Concerto Dramatique Op. 21 (A Minor)|
|1-4||Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No 2 In E Major Op. 91
|1-5||Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No 2 In E Major Op. 91|
|1-6||Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No 2 In E Major Op. 91|
|2-1||Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No 3 In G Minor Op. 99||(28:52)|
|2-2||Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No 3 In G Minor Op. 99|
|2-3||Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No 3 In G Minor Op. 99|
|2-4||Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No 3 In G Minor Op. 99|
|2-5||Concerto All'Antica Op. 101 (A Minor)||(22:41)|
|2-6||Concerto All'Antica Op. 101 (A Minor)|
|2-7||Concerto All'Antica Op. 101 (A Minor)|
|2-8||Concerto All'Antica Op. 101 (A Minor)|
About Vilmos Szabadi:
Vilmos Szabadi, (born 1959) is a Hungarian violinist. He is the double prize winner (1999, 2002) of the prestigious MIDEM Festival in Cannes, FRANCE. “PRIMA”, Bartók-Pásztory,, Liszt, HUNGAROTON prized artist. In 2020 the ‘Artist of Merit’ prize was given him by the Hungarian Government. In 2018 the Bartók-Pásztory prize was awarded him. Head of Violin Department of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of music, Budapest. So far 59 CDs were released by his contribution, mainly by HUNGAROTON record company. He is invited whole over the world giving master classes as Tokyo, Helsinki, Isa Austria, Singapore and USA etc. In the previous years he is steady Jury members of leading international violin competitions. Szabadi studied under Professor Ferenc Halász at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest where on receiving his diploma, he became the youngest-ever member to join the teaching staff. Then he studied, after graduation, with Sándor Végh, Ruggiero Ricci and Loránt Fenyves. In 1982 he won first prize (with special mention) in the Hungarian Radio Violin Competition and the following year in the Jenő Hubay competition in Budapest. In 1985 Szabadi was awarded 3rd prize at the international Jean Sibelius Violin Competition in Finland where he has since been invited to perform regularly and to give master classes.
His career as an international concert violinist took off when Sir Georg Solti invited him to play Bartók's 2nd Violin Concerto during a Bartók Festival at the Royal Festival Hall in London in 1988. The success of the concert (which was recorded by Philips), led to invitations from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. Szabadi was among the musicians invited by Prince Charles to perform at the celebration in honour of Sir Georg Solti's 80th birthday held at Buckingham Palace in 1992.
About the Conductor:
Lászlo Kovács studied at the Budapest Liszt Academy as a trombonist and as a conductor, making his début in the latter capacity at the Hungarian State Opera at the age of twenty-one. After serving as an assistant to conductors such as János Ferencsik, Lamberto Gardelli, Giuseppe Patane and Yuri Simonow, he built an international career and in 1984 be became general music director of the North Hungarian Symphony Orchestra (Miskolc). In 1989 he was awarded the Ferenc Liszt Prize and in 1993 the Bartók Prize and since 1979 has been on the teaching staff of the Liszt Academy.
- Conductor – László Kovács
- Orchestra – North Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Miskole
- Violin – Vilmos Szabadi
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