The two Hungarians not only played music, they were themselves the music – in every nerve – down to their fingertips.

Adelheid von Schorn on Reményi and Liszt

Gyöngyi Falvainé Keveházi

Keyboard and Harp Department, School for Exceptional Young Talents

Piano, Piano as Main Subject

Born: 1948
Academic degree, university position: university professor
Franz Liszt Academy of Music
1972-73: Moskow, Tchaikovsky Conservatory, graduate course
Teaching activities:
Since 1973: Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Special School for Exceptional Young Talents, piano as main subject, compulsory piano
Visiting lectureships, master courses:
in Hungary:Balassagyarmat(for 15 years), Nyíregyháza, Budapest
abroad: Sweden, Canada, Italy, Slovakia
Major concerts, recordings:
1972-1984: soloist of the National Philharmonics
Paris, Austria (Chopin Festival), Sweden, Bulgaria, Russia, Italy, Canada, Germany
four hands performances and two-piano concerts
Chopin CD, published by the German Chopin Society
Jury memberships: in several cities throughout Hungary, Slovakia
Liszt Society
Awards, honours:
1972: „Musikverein" International Piano Competition, Vienna, 5th prize