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Musical lesson: THE SISTER’S & SON’S PLAY

Agnes und Eva Bajic (links)

The two great pianists Agnes and Eva Bajic perform solo and four-handed.

The sisters Agnes & Eva Bajic regularly give concerts at the “Liszt Society” in Hungary. They have been playing four-hands since childhood. Their repertoire includes pieces by Liszt, works by female composers and contemporary music. This time the will play with the two sons of Eva. Emil und Max Weller. Both are well known for their piano playing since the ORF programme “Die goldene Note”.

Agnes Bajic was born and raised in the former Yugoslavia, as a member of the Hungarian minority. She completed her piano studies with Arbo Valdma and Rita Kinka at the Music Academy in Novi Sad with a diploma in concert performance and pedagogy.
Her concert activity takes place as a soloist and chamber musician in various formations.
Agnes Bajic is a long-standing musical partner of the renowned Hungarian flutist Bela Drahos, with whom she has performed numerous concerts of chamber music works for flute and piano.
Agnes is currently a répétiteur at the University of Music in Pecs, where she is also writing her doctoral thesis on Franz Liszt.

Eva Bajic was also born and raised in the former Yugoslavia as a member of the Hungarian minority. She completed her piano studies at the University of Music in Graz with Sebastian Benda, Thomas Duis and Ayami Ikeba with a concert diploma. She received support from the Graz Cultural Department’s scholarship for gifted students, the Martha Debelli scholarship and the Forum Hungaricum.
She attended master classes with Arbo Valdma, Zoltán Kocsis, Tamás Vásáry and Lazar Bermann, among others.
She performs as a soloist and pianist in various chamber music formations, including “Ensemble für Neue Musik”, “Artresonanz” and “Ensemble Zeitfluss”, and is involved in several projects in which contemporary music is developed and performed with children and young people: “Klangnetze”, “Moment Musik”, “Kreative Musikworkshops” with VS.
She can look back on many years of collaboration with many composers, numerous world premieres, radio recordings, CD productions at the “Musikbiennale Zagreb” and at the “Steirischer Herbst”(Musikprotokoll), among others.


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