Gábor Homoki

10 June 2017 19:45 Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music

Richard Strauss: Metamorphosen

Featuring: Aleksey Semenenko, Gábor Homoki – violin, Gareth Lubbe, Atar Arad – viola, László Fenyő, Andreas Brantelid  – cello, Knut Erik Sundquist – double bass

11 June 2017 19:45 – Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music

Ludwig van Beethoven: String quartet in F major „Razumovsky” , Op. 59. no. 1.

Featuring: Kelemen Quartet

12 June 2017 22:30 – Széchenyi Spa

Georg Frideric Handel: Water Music

Continuo and conducting: Jonathan Cohen

15 June 2017 19:45 – Pesti Vigadó

Béla Bartók: V. string quartet – Scherzo, Alla bulgarese

Featuring: Kelemen Quartet

16 June 2017 19:45 – Pesti Vigadó

Johannes Brahms: Clarinet quintet, op. 115

Featuring: Thorsten Johanns – clarinet, Kelemen Quartet

Gábor Homoki was born in 1989 in Budapest, Hungary. He started his violin studies with Mrs. Sándor Kemény in Vác. In 2002 he entered the prelimnary class of the Béla Bartók Music College and studied with Professor László Dénes. Since 2008 Gábor Homoki is the student of the Franz Liszt Music Academy in the class of professors Barnabás Kelemen and Katalin Kokas. 

In 2000 together with Miuyi Kaneko (piano) and Bence László (cello) Gábor Homoki won the Grand Prize of the National Chamber Music Festival in Székesféhervár in Hungary. In 2001 after winning the Special Prize of the International Violin Competition of Alsukubin in the Slovak Republik he was also awarded with Special Price at the National János Koncz Violin Competition in Hungary. In 2003 as the youngest amongst the competitors Gábor Homoki won the Special Prize of the Alíz Bárdos Violin Competition in Hungary. In 2005 and 2007 he won the first prizes at the Ferenc Halász Violin Competition and at the Alíz Bárdos Violin Competition in Hungary. In 2010 he collaborated with noted musicians such as Mikhail Ovrutsky, Márta Ábrahám, Jan-Erik Gustafsson, Andrea Vigh, Knut Erik Sundquist, Ditta Rohmann, István Várdai at festivals like the International Chamber Music Festival in Kaposvár or the Hungarian Radio’s Marble Hall Series. 

As a chamber musician Gábor Homoki performs with the Kelemen Quartet since 2008. They attend private lessons of notable artists such as Ferenc Rados, Zoltán Kocsis, András Schiff, Gábor Takács-Nagy or Günter Pichler. 
Gábor Homoki playes on a violin made by Januarius Gagliano in Naples, 1771.