“Practicing is a way of thanking God for our talent. Playing on a Steinway is then a two-way conversations...”
Adam Gyorgy achieved worldwide recognition when he performed at the opening ceremony of EURO 2012, the UEFA European Football Championship in Warsaw, where his unique interpretation of Chopin’s Winterwind was televised to 300 million people across the globe.
Through his extraordinary talent and memorable performances, Adam Gyorgy exemplifies the attributes and objectives of the fine arts. As a pianist, he preserves the tradition of historic classical artists. Most well-known for the authenticity of his Liszt interpretations, Adam Gyorgy is recognized as a Liszt ambassador in his home country, Hungary. His recitals have been described by the world’s press as ‘sensitive’, ‘playful’, ‘elegant’ and ‘warm’. He is also innovative when interpreting classical works with his own distinct and creative style, and creates original music with his improvisations. Adam Gyorgy’s captivating personality has won him a loyal international fan base.
Bringing an unprecedented modern twist to classical piano performance, Adam Gyorgy filmed one of his music videos, A Day in New York, in the monumental New York Grand Central Terminal. His performance attracted observers in the busy terminal and created an unexpected pause in the hectic pace of New York City in 2013. He is a regular performer at New York’s Carnegie Hall and tours extensively around the world to his global fan base. He is a proud ambassador of Steinway & Sons.
Photo: Maurce Lacroix