The Szigeti Quartet was formed in 2017 of leading budapest orchestras’ concertmaster and principals,brought together by the love for the genre string quartet, enforced by many years of chamber music experience, alloying artistic comlexity with musical freshness.It’s members are multiple prizewinners of competitions,regular guests of prestigious chamber music festivals in various countries from the United States through most countries in Europe to Japan.More
Haruka Nagao earned her bachelor’s,master’s and doctoral degrees at the Tokyo University of the Arts,and also studied at the Graz University of Music and Performing Arts and at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt Music Academy.Over the course of her artistic career, she has won awards at numerous competitions.In 2001,she became the youngest artist ever to win first prize at the Toshiya Eto Violin Competition
Nóra Németh was born 27th February 1985 in Szombathely, Hungary. She received her first violin lesson at the age of 6 in the local music school. She graduated in Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest under Vilmos Szabadi (2003-2009). From 2008 she was a student of International Chamber Music Institute , Madrid, in the class of Ralf Gothóni (chamber music with piano) and Günter Pichler
Born in Hungary , Dénes Ludmány graduated in 1999 with professor Sándor Nagy at the Music Acadmy Franz Liszt of Budapest. Between 1999 and 2005, he completed his studies at the University Mozarteum Salzburg with professors Thomas Riebl and Veronika Hagen. He also attended, between 2000-2002, the Academy of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, with professor Albrecht Rohde.
Born into a musical family, Richard Rózsa began playing the cello at the age of 6 in his hometown Debrecen, Hungary. When he turned 14 he was admitted to the special school of young talents at the Music Academy of Debrecen where Ádám Károly was his professor. At the same time he studied physics at the Kossuth Lajos University. From the age of 19 to 24 he was a student of the renowned Liszt Academy