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Péter Cser was born in Budapest in 1963, where he studied at the Liszt Academy of Music, receiving his diploma in Lieder, oratorio and opera categories. Graduate studies took him to the Graz Musikhochschule, where, following his studies, he was engaged as the opera’s regular guest soloist (1993-97). Besides regular appearances in Hungary in opera and oratorio, he has sung also in many European countries, including Germany, Finland, Russia, Belgium, and Luxembourg, and in the former Czechoslovakia, as well as in Japan and the United States. He can be heard on several recordings published by EMI, ORF, Naxos and others. Major rôles created by Péter Cser include Noah (Britten), Sarastro, Figaro and Don Giovanni (Mozart) and Colline (Puccini). He also performs regularly with the Tomkins Choir (Budapest), the Cantus Corvinus and the Nova Ensemble in Vienna.

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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
FASCH: Passio Jesu Christi / Suite in D Minor Naxos
Choral - Sacred

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