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Zsuzsa Kollár was born in Budapest in 1959 and at the age of ten was accepted as a pupil at the Liszt Academy. In 1974 she won first prize in the International Piano Competition for Young Musicians in Usti nad Lahen, Czechoslovakia. Three years later she became a pupil of Jenő Jandó at the Liszt Academy. In 1980 she formed a piano duo with Gabriella Láng, studying with Alfons Kontarsky in Munich and Salzburg and with György Sebök in Banff and Ernen. Competition triumph in Jesenik and Vercelli followed in 1982, and further success four years later in the Munich ARD Competition. Recordings and broadcasts, as well as concert engagements also in Germany, Austria and Canada have led to a successful concert career, to which Zsuzsa Kollár has added the performance of contemporary music in the group Componenasamble.

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