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ILDIKO HEGYI

The violinist Ildiko Hegyi was born in Budapest and studied there at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music before continuing her studies in Leningrad (St Petersburg) under Borisz Gutnyikov. She was a member of the prize-winning Eder Quartet, with which she toured the Far East, the United States of America and Western Europe, and leader of the Budapest Chamber Ensemble. In 1985 she took up the position of leader and principal soloist with the Concentus Hungaricus and in 1990 as leader of the Hungarian Radio Orchestra (Budapest Symphony Orchestra).

Box Set Release Catalogue Number
Adagio Boxed Set Naxos 8.504011
Meditation (Swedish Edition) Naxos 8.503163
MOZART Complete Piano Concertos Vol 2 Naxos 8.506002


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