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Born in Budapest in 1958, Valéria Csányi completed her piano studies at the Bartók Conservatory in 1977, continuing at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, where she gained her choir-master’s degree in 1982 and a conducting degree in 1984, with further study in Vienna and Salzburg. In 1983 she joined the Hungarian State Opera, first as a répétiteur, later as a conductor. Since 1995 she has worked mainly in ballet, having been appointed First Ballet Conductor in 2003. Her career has included tours with the Hungarian State Opera and a number of appearances with the Stockholm Strauss Orchestra. For Naxos she has recorded the operetta Fürstin Ninetta by Johann Strauss II [8.660227-28] and the first complete recording of Ferenc Erkel’s opera István király (King Stephen) [8.660345-46].

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