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Born in Budapest in 1967, András Fejér studied with István Farka at the Béla Bartók School of Music and Ferenc Steiner at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, where he also taught from 2001 to 2006. He served as principal trombonist of the Hungarian National Philharmonic from 1987 to 1997 and subsequently the Berliner Symphoniker.

András Fejér has a busy career as a chamber musician, joining with others in 1983 for the foundation of the Budapest Academia Wind Quintet, the recipient of various international prizes, and since 1998 he has collaborated with Joachim Pliquett and Arvid Gast to present chamber concerts.

His discography includes his award-winning debut recording Name Game (2000) and C’est la Vie (2011), both released on Hungaroton Classics. A number of Hungarian composers have dedicated concertos and works to him. In 2007 he was a member of the jury for the ARD International Music Competition in Munich and in 2010 at the Instrumental Competition Markneukirchen. He has won numerous international competitions as a soloist and with the Academia Wind Quintet, and in 2012 he was awarded the Franz Liszt Prize.

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