Lilla Nóra

Szabó

Jan 29 at 10:00am EST (26+)

Cello Concerto No.1, Op.33 (Saint-Saëns, Camille), 3rd Movement: Molto allegro

Lilla Nóra

Lilla Nóra SZABÓ was born into a family of culture and classical music lovers in Hungary in 2003. In 2012 she began her cello studies as a student of the cellist teacher Gabriella Dikáczné Kanfi at the Kispest School of Art in Budapest. In addition, she receive regular coaching from cellist professor Ádám Jávorkai until today. Since 2018 she was taught by the great hungarian cellist prof. Péter Szabó at the Leó Weiner Catholic School and High School of Music in Budapest.
Lilla Nóra Szabó has attended masterclasses hosted by prof. Claudio Bohórquez, prof. Xenia Jankovic, prof. Sandro Meo, prof. Peter Bruns and prof. Adrian Brendel, at VI. Virtuoso & Belcanto Festival in Lucca (2021), and prof. Peter Askim at the 3rd Waltham Forest Cello Fest (2021), prof. Ildikó Szabó and Péter Szabó at Cellissimo Academy Budapest (2019, 2020) and Prof. Reinhard Latzko, Ádám Jávorkai and Mr. Zoltán Onczay at Gutensteiner Meisterklassen, Austria (2018, 2019).
Lilla Nóra Szabó is the winner of several international music competitions in 2021, including the absolute 1st prize of the „International Competition for Young Musicians Citta di PENNE”and „15th Concorso Internazionale per Giovani Musicale DIAPASON” in Italy, further 1st prizes of the “Prima Volta International Music Competition (PVIMC)” and „San Francisco International Innovative Music Competition 2021 (SFIIMC) – Saeson Sommer and Spring" also "KPIMC Competition King's Peak International Music Competition" in the USA, the "London Young Musician Online Seasonal Music Competition & Award 2021-2022 – Season 1 and Season 2" and the "London Young Musician Online Seasonal Music Competition & Award 2020-2021 – Season 3 and Season 4" in the UK.
Lilla Nóra Szabó performed with Prof. Johannes Moser and Ádám Jávorkai in a Trio and in the cello orchestra of the course at the final concert of the Gutensteiner Master Classes in Austria (2021), as well as with the Budapest String Orchestra and the Leo Weiner Orchestra you will enjoy an active and multifaceted presence on stage. As sensitive and creative soloist and enthusiastic chamber musician she makes it her goal to build bridges between each work and the audience, enabling the listener to completely engage with the music.