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Join CMI for the spectacular return of the Kelemen String Quartet in dramatic performances of Death and the Maiden and Tchaikovskys Souvenir.
String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41 #1....R. Schumann String Quartet #14 in D Minor, Op. Posth., Death and the Maiden....F. Schubert String Sextet in D Minor Op. 70, Souvenir de Florence ....P. I. Tchaikovsky
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Prelude Op.32 No.12 in G# Minor....Sergei Rachmanioff Prelude Op.23 No.4 in D Major....Sergei Rachmanioff Prelude Op.3 No.2 in C# Minor....Sergei Rachmanioff Piano Sonata 1.X.1905....Leoš Janáček Spanish Rhapsody....Franz Liszt Piano Sonata....Elizabeth Younan Sonata in B minor....Franz Liszt
Gábor Homoki - Violin
Won the first prizes in 2005 and 2007 at the Ferenc Halász Violin Competition and at the Alíz Bárdos Violin Competition in Hungary.
Barnabás Kelemen - Violin
Barnabás Kelemens performances at the 2002 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis (IVCI) radiated such charisma that one could almost forget that anyone else had come before.
Felix Olschofka - Violin
Winner of two 1st prizes in the prestigious German Youth Music Competition, 2nd prize of the International Chamber Music Competition Charles Hennen in the Netherlands.
Katalin Kokas - Viola
Gold Medallist of the Carl Flesch International Violin Competition and the Joseph Szigeti International Competition in Hungary.
Jesús Castro-Balbi - Cello
Winner of First Prize at the First Carlos Prieto Latin American Cello Competition in Mexico; the Aldo Parisot Prize at Yale; and the Schwartz Foundation - Salon de Virtuosi Award in New York City.
Dóra Kokas - Cello
Winner of the First Prize at international cello-competitions: VárpalotaHungary, GoriziaItaly, PorecCroatia, ZagrebCroatia, and at the National Cello Competition in Szolnok.
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