Date(s) - 13/03/2024
6:30 am - 7:30 am
Zoltán Kodály Musical Primary School
Concert by pianist Misi Boros
Since the age of four he has spent all his free time at the piano.
In keeping with his determination, recognition came quickly: at the age of 11, he won the Virtuosi classical music talent contest, and in the same year he was accepted into the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music’s class for exceptional talents. At the age of 13, he was awarded the Junior Prima Prize and made his debut at New York’s Lincoln Center, followed by more than 300 concerts to date.
He began his musical studies at the age of six at the Liszt Ferenc Music School in Pécs. Since the age of eight, he has been a student at the Special Talents Department of the Munich College of Music and Drama. Gergely Bogányi has been her mentor since 2017.
After graduating from high school at the age of 17, he studied as a BA student at the Munich College of Music and Theatre. Since the age of eight, he has won all age-group competitions in his home country, and has won piano competitions in Rome, Milan and Paris. In 2013, Lang Lang selected him from over 300 applicants for his international course for twelve children.
At the age of 12, he made her debut in the main hall of the Liszt Academy and was a special prize winner at the Armel Opera Festival in Zurich, Switzerland. A year later, in 2016, she gave a solo recital with the National Philharmonic Orchestra at Müpa Budapest, which was also recorded.
In 2017, he performed with Gergel Bogányi and János Balázs at the “The Piano” Gala Concert – part of the MVM concert series. He also played at the concert in memory of Zoltán Kocsis. At the recommendation of his mentor, Andrea Rochlitz provided him with a Bösendorfer piano.
He has participated in some of the world’s most prestigious courses, including the Philadelphia Young Pianists’ Academy and PianoTexas. His concert in the Papp László Sports Arena, together with Virtuosi, was attended by 5,000 people. He performed in China as part of the Asian Music Festival, where he represented Hungarian culture in front of 40 000 people.