for mixed choir
It was a very memorable experience to work with the Estonian Collegium Musicale Choir at the 2019 ISCM World Music Days. Their warm and perfectly balanced sound suited very well the flow-like musical textures of the piece.
Prelude for Martin Tchiba
Mihály Berecz, outstanding young Hungarian pianist performs my prelude world premiered by German pianist, Martin Tchiba. Mihály plays this short piece with a gentle piano sound and wonderfully articulated voice-leading.
two piano version
“This is a very programmable work for both solo pianists and duo-pianists interested in new and exciting repertoire.”
for soprano and piano
A song cycle consisting of short miniatures setting the text of 19th-century Hungarian poet, János Arany. “Not easily the tortured heart is cleft, -/It mellows and becomes more apt to hold/ A deeper impress of delight.”
for chamber ensemble
Trois sérénades scored for seven instruments was written as a kind of preparation for a new orchestra piece in 2018. Each movement consists of a “Récitatif” and a “Sérénade” – the former being brief and enigmatic, while the latter makes use of long, gradually changing textures.
for chamber choir or four voices and string quartet
“Undoubtedly, it is a composition that deserves to be returned to again and again, and the attempt to be played newly by various performers.” (Bartók Radio, ‘New Music Journal’)
for mixed choir and piano
The French poet, Paul Verlaine considered poetry as an art of music in itself: lyrics, the sound of which is even more important than their meaning. This gave the basic inspiration for my composition that commemorates the 100th anniversary of Debussy’s death.
for piano quartet
“Accusativus is a suite of 5 short movements, which progress through different characters of meditative, driving, tender, boisterous, and reflective.” (Jeanette Fang, Garth Newel Piano Quartet)
“Partita is a sweeping piece and is also sufficiently virtuoso. It is worth getting to know the entire work, because it is extremely versatile.” (Bartók Radio, ‘New Music Journal’)