BIOGRAPHY:

Hollerung Gábor

Hungarian conductor

born August 18, 1954 in Budapest, Hungary

Liszt-prize winning conductor Gábor Hollerung directs the Budafok Dohnányi Orchestra and the Budapest Academic Choral Society, is one of the founders of the Budapest International Choir Competition and organisor and artistic director of other prestigious international choir competitions and the Choir Games organised by Interkultur.

Involved in György Szabados "Body of Work":

  2006-11: György Szabados – String Orchestra Compositions 

In Memoriam György Szabados CD Cover  audio info  2011: In Memoriam Szabados György

LIST OF WORKS:

Discography:

  • Europäische Chormusik (TELDEC LP 1987)
  • Choral Works by József Karai (HUNGAROTON CD 1996)
  • Carl Orff: Carmina Burana (CD 1995)
  • Orchestral Fireworks (CD 1996)
  • Happy New Millennium (CD 2000)
  • The Jubilee Concerts – Kodály: Psalmus Hungaricus, Bartók: Concerto (CD 2001)
  • Happy New Year (CD-k 2001–2009)
  • Mendelssohn and Hoffmeister Male Choruses (CD 2003)
  • Dvořák: Symphony No 8. Mozart: Haffner Symphony (CD 2004)
  • Mozart: Requiem (CD 2005) Pánczél Tamás kiegészítéseivel
  • Extázis (CD 2008) (Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps, Ravel: Bolero, Pánczél: Klezmer Suite, Piazzolla: Fuga y Misterio & Libertango)
  • Vajda: Choral Works (Hungaroton CD 2008)
  • Madarász: Az utolsó keringő – opera (Hungaroton CD 2009)

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