ENSEMBLES 2011

Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra

Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra

 

In February 2010 he founded the Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra, with the students of the Liszt Ferenc Academy. Despite its short career the chamber orchestra accomplished a large number of concerts with growing success. From the very beginning, the orchestra has not only been inspired, but also mentored by János Rolla, the artistic director of the world renowned Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra.

 

 

 

László G. Horváth

László G. Horváth

Conductor & Artistic Director

László G. Horváth was born in Budapest in 1987. He began to play the violin as a student of Ms. Tardos. His talent was discovered quite early as he won the National János Koncz Violin Competition in 1998. He continued his studies at the Bartók Conservatory in Budapest with professor Erika Petőfi and won 2nd prize at the Alice Bárdos National Violin Competition.
Since 2006 he is a student of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in the class of professor István Kertész.
His interest towards chamber music was shown already int his conservatory-years. He won several prizes such as: (IV. National Chamber Music Competition, Szeged – Special Award – 2006; National Weiner Leó Chamber Music Competition 1st Prize, Weiner - Special Award - 2010.) and took part at the master classes of: Hatto Beyerle (Alban Berg Quartet), Ferenc Rados, Shmuel Ashkenazy, Johannes Meissl, János Rolla, Márta Gulyás, Géza Hargitai (Bartók Quartet), Edward Zienkowski, Barnabás Kelemen etc.
In February 2010 he founded the Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra, with the students of the Liszt Ferenc Academy. Despite its short career the chamber orchestra accomplished a large number of concerts with growing success. From the very beginning, the orchestra has not only been inspired, but also mentored by János Rolla, the artistic director of the world renowned Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra.

 

 

 

Competition Program

 

Péter Tornyai   Ah Gott und Herr
F. Mendelssohn   String symphony b-minor No. 10
J. Suk   Serenade - 2nd movement. Walzer
E. Grieg   Holberg Suite 1st movement Op. 40