Swiss composer of Hungarian origin.- Sándor Veress
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Hungarian classical composer and pianist.
He studied composition with Sándor Veress and Ferenc Farkas, chamber music with Leó Weiner, and theory with Lajos Bárdos, and graduated in piano and chamber music in 1951 before receiving his degree in composition in 1955.
State-sponsored award in Hungary, named after the Hungarian politician and revolutionist Lajos Kossuth.
Sándor Veress (1949)
Swiss virtuoso oboist, composer and conductor.
He studied composition with Sándor Veress and Pierre Boulez.
Hungarian-Austrian composer of contemporary classical music.
He studied under Pál Kadosa, Ferenc Farkas, Zoltán Kodály and Sándor Veress.
Music university and a concert hall in Budapest, Hungary, founded on November 14, 1875.
Landlocked country in Central Europe.
Other renowned composers are Dohnányi, Franz Schmidt, Zoltán Kodály, Gabriel von Wayditch, Rudolf Wagner-Régeny, László Lajtha, Franz Lehár, Imre Kálmán, Sándor Veress and Rózsa.
Australian composer of a wide variety of music including orchestral and chamber music, choral music, children's music, opera and film music.
Due to the benevolent intervention of composers Peter Sculthorpe and Peter Maxwell Davies, he was able to earn a scholarship and complete a Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium in 1969, where his teachers included Peter Maxwell Davies (then composer-in-residence), Sándor Veress and Richard Meale.
Hungarian-born Austro-British classical pianist and conductor, who has received numerous major awards and honours, including the Grammy Award, Gramophone Award, Mozart Medal, and Royal Academy of Music Bach Prize, and was appointed Knight Bachelor in the 2014 Queen's Birthday Honours for services to music.
Notable recordings for the ECM label include music of Janáček and Sándor Veress, major works of Schubert and Beethoven using a period fortepiano, and live recordings of all of Beethoven's piano sonatas, made in Zurich.
Among the fairly large repertoire for the standard piano trio (violin, cello, and piano) are the following works:
Hungarian–Dutch composer and pianist.
Variations on a Theme of Zoltán Kodály: Variation III (1962); composed in collaboration with Antal Doráti, Tibor Serly, Ödön Pártos and Sándor Veress for Kodály's 80th birthday celebration