András Tallián


orchestra member, second violin tutti
Education and training:
Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, graduated as a violinist and teacher (2002-2007)
Kunstuniversität Graz, piano chamber music (2008-2010)
Master classes:
Violin: Dénes Kovács, Eszter Perényi, Barnabás Kelemen, Katalin Kokas. String quartet: Shanghai Quartet
Piano trio: Shanghai Quartet, Ferenc Rados, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, Sándor Devich, Josef Kluson, Gyula Stuller, Ralf Gothóni, András Keller, Florestan Trio
Chamber music with historical instruments (period instruments): Ingomar Rainer
Folk music: Rudolf Pietsch and Bernard Garaj
Participated in the orchestra workshop of the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music and the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, conductor: János Rolla

Competitions:
With the Tonus Novus String Quartet: (on viola)
Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, music composition competition: special prize for performers (2006)
Leó Weiner Chamber Music Competition: second prize in the string quartet category (2006)
Debrecen National Chamber Music Conference and Competition: first prize (2006)
With Trio Duecento Corde:
Fourth National Collegiate Chamber Music Competition, Debrecen: award of outstanding excellence and concert invitation (2007)
14th International Brahms Competition, Pörtschach, Austria: second prize and two special prizes (the special prize from string manufacturer Thomastik-Infeld and a concert invitation to Vienna for the Neues Künstlerforum's 2008/09 season) (2007)
ARD-Wettbewerb, Munich: second round (2007)
Internationale Sommerakademie Reichenau: Pleyel Award (The special prize from the Niederösterreichs Fonds for an outstanding performance of a work by Ignaz Pleyel) (2008)
Fifth International Johannes Brahms Chamber Music Competition, Gdańsk: shared second prize, winning two concert invitations (no first prize was awarded) (2009)
Martha Debelli Stipendium-Wettbewerb, Graz: shared second prize (2009)
Martha Debelli Stipendium-Wettbewerb, Graz: third prize (2010)

Awards and recognitions:
Klassz Talent Programme Scholarship (2008)
Martha Debelli Stipend, Graz (2009)
Annie Fischer Scholarship (2010)
Martha Debelli Stipend, Graz (2010)

Professional career:
Szolnok Symphony Orchestra - alternate principal second violin (2010-2011)
Szolnok Symphony Orchestra - alternate concertmaster (2011-2014)
Hungarian State Opera - second violin tutti (2013)
audio recording:
János Vajda: Trio (Hungaroton HCD 32687) with Trio Duecento Corde
radio recordings:
Hungarian Radio, ORF (Ausztia), Slovak Radio, SRR (Romania)