Budapest in Montreal
Hungarian Cultural Week presents

Gergő Teleki

Gergő Teleki was born in 1986 in Dunaföldvár, Hungary. At the age of five, he was performing in local concert halls. Gergő was recognized as a child prodigy. Six years later, he was admitted to the Young Talent Class at Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest where he studied with Esztó Zsuzsanna and László Baranyay. At the age of thirteen, he played Beethoven’s Piano Concerto in C major at the Academy. Gergő was awarded numerous national and international prizes in Balassagyarmat, Sibiu, Ingolstadt, Kitzingen, Enschede, Gorizia and Marienbad in the Czech Republic. He has given concerts throughout Europe, including: Budapest, Pécs, Rome, Graz, Vienna, The Hague, Augsburg, Nuremberg, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Brussels.

Franz Liszt: Rákóczi March
“Feux follets” – Transcendental étude
Forest Murmurs & Dance of the Gnomes – Concert etudes
Hungarian Rhapsody n° 2


Béla Bartók: Allegro Barbaro
Frédéric Chopin: Fantaisie-impromptu, Op.66
Revolutionary etude
Franz Liszt: Mephisto-Valse n° 1

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Budapest in Montreal

Hungarian Cultural Week
Are you ready to discover Hungary in Montreal?
There are already many links between Quebec and Hungary: Montreal received Hungarian immigrants and refugees at different times, Montreal was the centre where Hungarians fleeing communism arrived in 1956.
This year represents a great opportunity to revive and strengthen relations. The 60th anniversary of the Revolution of 1956 provides us an opportunity to look back and pay homage to the individual achievements of Hungarian Canadians who contributed to a great extent to the success and prosperity of Canada that we see today.
There will be several concerts and exhibitions, a movie festival in two cinemas during the week. There will also be opportunities to learn about Hungarian gastronomy and handcrafts. Local Hungarian artists will also showcase their talent.
The events of the Hungarian Cultural Week are sponsored by the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight 60th Anniversary Memorial Board.

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