Ádám György

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The native form of this personal name is György Ádám. This article uses the Western name order.
Ádám György
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Ádám György, 2011
Background information
Born (1982-01-28) 28 January 1982 (age 33)
Origin Pomáz, Hungary
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Pianist
Instruments Piano
Website adamgyorgy.com

Ádám György (born 28 January 1982) is a Hungarian pianist. György started his music career very early, aged four. While he was studying under Katalin Halmagyi, he was accepted to the Béla Bartók Conservatory of Budapest in 1994. György won the National Youth Piano Competition in 1998, and also, won the Hungary’s Pianist 2000 award two years later. From 2000 to 2006, Ádám attended in the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, and studied under professors György Nador and Balázs Reti. Currently, he continues to study at the Franz Liszt Academy, and is pursuing his Ph.D. He is also a director of the Adam György Castle Academy and teaches piano to students.[1] On 8 June 2012 he played the piano at the opening ceremony of the UEFA Euro 2012 in Warsaw, Poland.[2]

International Awards[edit]

Ádám György’s worldwide concert tour started in 2002 from Budapest. Since then, he has traveled to China, France, Switzerland, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Canada, United States and Iran.[3]


  • 2004 – First International Chopin Competition in Budapest: First Prize, Grand Prize
  • 2003 – San Remo[disambiguation needed] International Piano Competition: "Special Prize"
  • 2002 – The Prix Classic Vienna (Wiener-Klassik-Preis)
  • 2000 – The Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest
  • 1998 - National Youth Piano Competition, Hungary

Important Works[edit]


  • Ádám György, Concert in Budapest (2005)
  • Ádám György, Plays the Piano (2006)
  • Ádám György, Plays Bach and Mozart (2008)
  • Ádám György, Live in Budapest (DVD HD) (2008)
  • Ádám György, Live in Budapest, BLU-RAY (2009) [4]



  1. ^ "Adam György, Biography". Retrieved 2011-02-20. 
  2. ^ "Flower power defines EURO ceremony". UEFA. June 8, 2012. Retrieved June 16, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Ádám György, Biography". Retrieved 2011-02-20. 
  4. ^ "Adam Gyorgy Shop". Retrieved 2011-02-20. 

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