Our task is to form veritable talents who possess the necessary gifts to become masters, without attending to the ungifted mediocrity.

Liszt to Giovanni Sgambati
Concert of Special Award Prize winner of Bucharest Hungarian Music Festival

29 October 2020, 19.00-21.00

Old Academy of Music, Chamber Hall

Concert of Special Award Prize winner of Bucharest Hungarian Music Festival Presented by Liszt Academy


J. S. Bach: Preludium and Allgero in E-flat major, BWV 998
Torroba: Sonatina
Dávid Pavlovits: Prelude No. 3. – The Hawk
Dávid Pavlovits: Prelude No. 4. – The Blue One
Dávid Pavlovits: Prelude No. 5 (Bagatelle)
Dan Dediu: Invisible cities – Zemrude
Barrios Mangoré: Vals, Op. 8/4
Tárrega: Capricho árabe
Albéniz: Mallorca, Op. 202
Albéniz: Suite española, Op. 47 – 5. Asturias (Leyenda)

Zsombor Filip (guitar)

Zsombor Filip began his studies at the Sándor Plugor Art School in Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfantu-Gheorghe, Romania)  as a student of Zsolt Kakasi, and at the same time he regularly attended the courses of guitarist Costin Soare in Bucharest. Filip is currently a third-year student in the guitar class of Corneliu Voicescu at the Faculty of Music of the Transilvania University of Brasov. In the 2018–2019 academic year, he studied as a student of András Csáki at the Liszt Academy in Budapest, as part of an Erasmus scholarship. He attended the master classes of Costin Soare, István Kónya, András Csáki, Gabriel Bianco, Dávid Pavlovits, Antal Pusztai, Cătălin Ștefănescu, Javier Villafuerte, Liviu Georgescu and Antoine Morinière, among others. He often performs with the Codex Early Music Ensemble and regularly gives solo evenings. As a soloist, he has demonstrated his talent alongside the Georgius Chamber Orchestra.

Dear Audience!

This concert will be rescheduled due to illness.

Thank you for your understanding!

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre, Hungarian Institute in Bucharest


Admission is free, subjected to the capacity of the room.