‘…a pianist of world class…due to his intelligent understanding of the meaning
and direction of whatever he plays.’  Sunday Telegraph, Sydney

BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATAS

 

Gusztáv Fenyő is performing cycles of Beethoven’s 32 piano sonatas in Scotland and Hungary throughout 2019/2020, in celebration of the composer’s 250th anniversary. Full details here.

Latest information on Covid-19 postponements

Due to Covid-19, programmes 5, 6, 7, 8 of the Beethoven cycle originally scheduled for May, September, October 2020 in Scotland, have been postponed until 2022.

The Hungarian cycle at the University of Debrecen is expected to resume in November 2021.

If you would like to be notified as soon as new dates are fixed at either location, please email us via the ‘Contact us’ form with the subject ‘Beethoven update’.

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We are thrilled that live concerts in indoor venues in Scotland have now resumed.

On Sunday 26th September 2021 at 3pm Gusztáv Fenyő will be giving his first recital in Scotland since the start of the pandemic. He will be performing a contrasting programme of shorter works by Haydn, Schubert, Debussy and Brahms at The Cathedral of the Isles, Millport.

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This website also serves as an archive for Music-Makers, a Scottish charity dedicated to chamber music which Gusztáv Fenyő founded in 1995. Under his artistic direction, Music-Makers acquired a reputation for innovative programmes, imaginative presentations and exciting performances. These ranged from festivals and themed concert series to masterclasses and summer schools, in a variety of settings, mostly within Scotland and always involving superb professional musicians. See Past Events.

Music-Makers has recently closed to allow more time for Gusztáv Fenyő to pursue his own performing and teaching career, including increasing activities in Hungary. We would like to thank all who supported Music-Makers throughout these twenty-five years and hope very much that you will continue to stay in touch.

Gusztáv intends to produce more frequent blogs on a range of musical topics and, of course, there will be further news about his own musical activities – all on this website, so there is no need to look elsewhere!