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György Kertész, cello

György Kertész was born in Budapest in 1963, the son of the cellist Ottó Kertész. He began his study of the cello at the age of seven, continuing at the Franz Liszt Academy as a pupil of Lászlo Mezó of the Bartók Quartet. Winner of the 1986 Popper Violoncello Competition, after earlier quartet awards, he joined in the same year, the Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra and has been a member of the Budapest Festival Orchestra since its foundation.

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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
ATTERBERG: Piano Quintet / Suite No. 1 / Horn Sonata Marco Polo
Chamber Music
ATTERBERG: Violin Sonata / Trio Concertante Marco Polo
Chamber Music
BENNETT: Piano Sextet, Op. 8 / Sonata Duo, Op. 32 Marco Polo
Chamber Music
BERWALD: Piano Trio in C Major / Piano Trio No. 4 Naxos
Chamber Music
BERWALD: Piano Trio No. 4 / Piano Trio in C Major Marco Polo
Chamber Music
VIVALDI: Cello Concertos Nos. 1, 4, 7-9, 11 and 12 Amadis
VIVALDI: Chamber Concertos Naxos

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