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Royal Waiting Place of Gödöllő
Start of the event: 2018. 02. 25. (Sunday) 15.00

Kata Scheuring studied at the literature-French faculty of one of the most prominent secondary grammar schools of Budapest and she was in the last year when she decided to choose music as a career. In 2011 she won the first prize at the Vilmos Bántai Flute competition and this is where Zoltán Gyöngyössy heard her play and commented appreciatively about her and one and a half years later he accepted her to his class at the music academy. During the university years she participated at several national and international competitions with success: she won the 3rd prize at the V. S. Antonov International Flute competition in Kiev in 2013, the 2nd prize and the audience’s prize at the Anton Eberst competition in Serbia, the 2nd prize at the Gheorghe Dima International Flute competition in Romania in 2015, the 4th prize at the International Theobald Böhm competition in Munich in 2016. She puts emphasis on 20th century pieces in her repertoire; she is especially appealed to French music. As a soloist she has participated at international orchestra projects like EUYO pr the tour of the EUphony orchestras and she has had concerts in many European countries. She has played among others in Austria, Italy, France, Poland, Germany and Sweden. She studied at the Sibelius Academy in Finland in the Erasmus programme for half a year in Petri Alanko’s class and had a solo evening in Helsinki. In December 2016 she stepped on the stage of the Music Academy’s Big Hall, conducted by Gábor Takács-Nagy, as the soloist of the Symphonic Orchestra of the Music Academy playing Mozart’s Flute Concerto in G major. Whether it is a solo evening or a chamber or orchestra concert, the flutist always actively looks for new challenges.


Poulenc: Sonata

Hindemith: 8 pieces for flute
Taktakishvili:  Sonata

Dohnányi: Aria
Dutilleux:  Sonatina

Accompanist: Gergely Kovács (piano)

He graduated at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in 2017 and was accepted for master education that he is doing with the mentors Attila Némethy and Balázs Réti. 
He gave a debut concert in Israel in 2016 and in 2017 he had a concert in Barcelona, which was a special prize of the Maria Canals International Piano competition. 
In 2015 he got into the best twenty at the International Paloma O’Shea Piano competition in Spain, and won the Grand Award at the international piano competition World Piano Teachers Association in Santander.
After spending seven years at the preparatory class of the Music Academy he was accepted at the university as well, where he continued his studies from September 2014, his teachers were György Nádor and Gábor Eckhardt. In summer 2014 he was invited to the Donaufest piano competition in Ulm, Germany, where he won the second prize. 
He has received scholarships from several well-known foundations, three times the MOL Europe Fund and twice the Friendly Circle of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. He has played together at many concerts organised by MOL Fund with Tamás Érdi and other scholarship winners. 
He won the third prize at the Leo Weiner National Chamber Music competition in 2013 and in 2016 in the violin-piano category. His masters in chamber music were Márta Gulyás and Balázs Fülei, but he also attended Barnabás Kelemen , Gábor Takács-Nagy and András Keller’s lessons. 
His repertoire includes a wide range of chamber pieces beside solo classics. He regularly plays in different formations. He has played together with the piano artists Balázs Fülei and Tamás Érdi.
Since 2012 he has won the scholarship by Ádám György piano artist every year and has regularly participated at the Academy of the Palace. 
He has been an active participant at concerts in Hungary and abroad since the age of eighteen. He stepped on the stage in Holland, Belgium, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Italy, Transylvania and Indonesia. He regularly participates at master courses of outstanding teachers like Imre Rohmann, Péter Nagy, Mikhail Voskresensky, Benjamin Loh, Neil Rutman and Zoltán Kocsis.
In 2013 he won the first prize at the Pietro Argento International Piano competition in Italy and then he also won the Gundel Artistic Award.
After moving to Budapest with his family he started his studies at the Music Academy. After some years of studying he won the third prize in Novi Sad, Serbia, at the Isidor Bajic International Piano competition in 2010 and the 5th prize at the International Liszt Piano competition organised for the youth in Weimar in 2011.
At the age of nine, after half a year of playing the piano he won the piano competition of Békés County and then he was awarded at several national competitions as well. He played in the Hungarian Radio and at the age of twelve he got the Grand Award at the national piano competition in Nyíregyháza.  At the same time he was accepted to the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, to the Class of Special Talents, where Gyöngyi Keveházi and Gábor Eckhardt mentored him. 
He was born in Békéscsaba, not into a musician family but her grandmother, who was a piano teacher, soon introduced her into the world of music. Yet, he was willing to sit next to the piano quite late, at the age of eight, when he became the student of the music school of Békéscsaba. It did not take long time until music and the piano became his life and he never ever wants to stop playing it. 

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