Ferenc Rados

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Ferenc Rados (born 26 October 1934, Budapest) is a Hungarian pianist and professor of piano and chamber music. Until 1996 he taught at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary. Since retiring, he travels giving master classes in Europe and Asia.[1]

He played at Verbier Festival on Sunday the 20th of July 2014. The performance included one of the five last sonatas by Beethoven, the sonata number 28.

Notable students[edit]

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