Enikő Ginzery - cimbalom
ENIKŐ GINZERY (1975, Bratislava) studied dulcimer at Bratislava Conservatory with Ľ. Dadáková (1989 – 1996), music theory at Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Bratislava and dulcimer at Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest with Ilona Gerencsér Szeverényi (1995 – 2000). Between 2002 – 2005 she had been postgraduate student at Hochschule des Saarlandes für Musik und Theater in Saarbrücken – major interpretation of contemporary music in the class of prof. Stefan Litwin. In the years 1997, 1998, 1999 she participated at Béla Bartók International Course in Szombathely (with György Kurtág and Gábor Csalog), courses Tage für Interpretation und Aufführungpraxis in Saarbrücken (S. Litwin, T. Brandmüller,T. Hosokawa), Internationale Ferienkurs für Neue Musik in Darmstadte (U. Wiget,N. Hodges, I. Nakamura). During her studies she appeared on many festivals and performances (Melos-Ethos, New Slovak Music, III. International Dulcimer Festival in Bratislava, Princeton University, Ostrava New Music Days, Contemporary Music Days in Prague, recitals in Merkin Concert Hall, New York, Kassel, Germany, Luck, Ukraine). In 1997 she was awarded a first prize at International Dulcimer Competition in Valašské Meziříčí and two years later in Plovdiv, Bulgaria she obtained a prize for the best foreign performer. Enikő Ginzery is focused on pieces for solo dulcimer, chamber ensemble with dulcimer and regularly premières works of contemporary composers (I. Zeljenka, J. Beneš, V Bokes, A. Steinecker, R. Berger, M. Lejava, H. J. Hespos, T. Brandmüller, Ch. Wolff, P. Alessandrini, Ch. Meijering, M. Kopytman, M. Košut, J. Y. Bosseur). She recorded a contemporary dulcimer music CD in 2001.
9. 11. 2001 o 19.30 h Friday