Zsuzsanna Császár

Dr. Császár Zsuzsanna Viktória Zsuzsanna Császár completed her piano studies at the Franz Liszt College of Music at the Conservatory of Szeged (now: Faculty of Music of the University of Szeged) where she has worked with professors Ilona Lucz and Ferenc Kerek.

After receiving her Teaching and Artist degree she enrolled for postgraduate studies at the Würzburg Music University in Germany where she studied for two years with professor Silke-Thora Matthies. During the years  2004–2007 she was a doctoral student at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest where her supervisors included pianist Márta Gulyás and musicologist Katalin Komlós. In 2008 she received the title Doctor of Liberal Arts.

Ms. Császár has participated in numerous International and National competitions, winning various prizes such as the second prize at the National Béla Bartók Competition.  Zsuzsanna was also a finalist at the Gaillarde International Piano Competition in France. During her studies she was twice awarded the Hungarian Republic Scholarship and the Bavarian State Provincial Arts Scholarship. Additionally, in 2006, she received the City of Szeged Arts Fellowship and in 2011 the Artisjus Prize.

Zsuzsanna Császár has performed with orchestras, often gives solo and chamber music recitals as well as master-classes throughout Hungary and abroad. She is currently a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Music of the University of Szeged.


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