József Lendvay Sr

József "Csócsi" Lendvay
József Lendvay Sr
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József Lendvay Sr

József Lendvay Sr Biography (Wikipedia)

Jozsef Lendvay (born 1974) is a Hungarian violinist.

Born in Budapest, Hungary, József Lendvay Jr (son of famed Gypsy Violinist József "Csócsi" Lendvay) attended Béla Bartók Conservatory in Budapest, where he studied with Miklos Szenthelyi and later the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. His recordings include works by Sarasate and Brahms' Hungarian Dances with Iván Fischer. Lendvay has won first prize at the Koln International Violin Competition, the Ferenc Liszt Heritage Award presented by Hungary's Ministry of National Culture, and the Tibor Varga International Violin competition, among others. In 2002 he was awarded the Golden Cross for his musical contributions by the president of the Hungarian Republic.

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Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 in D minor
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Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 in D minor
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21 Hungarian dances for piano duet
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21 Hungarian dances for piano duet
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Past BBC Events

Proms 2018: Prom 55: Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra (II)
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Proms 2018: Prom 55: Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra (II)

Proms 2018: Prom 55: Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra (II)

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