recorder

Sheng-Fang Chiu

baroque violin

Adrián Linares Reyes

harpsichord

Márton Borsányi

baroque cello

Péter Jánosházi

Taiwanese recorder player, studied recorder with Michael Posch and Anna Januj at at Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, and since 2017 also teaching  at University of Music and Theatre "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" Leipzig. Based in Vienna, she's active as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe and Asia, played at International Festivals and has recorded for Austrian and Slovenian National Radio.

Besides her concert activities, she has held master classes in Taiwan, Austria, Poland, Czech republic and South Korea. Since 2014 she has been teaching recorder and chamber music  at Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, and since 2017 also teaching  at University of Music and Theatre "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" Leipzig.

Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1984, Márton Borsányi studied harpsichord, continuo playing, and historical improvisation at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater ‘Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy’ Leipzig and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, where he was taught by Nicholas Parle, Jesper Christensen, and Rudolf Lutz. In 2009, he held a scholarship at the Academia Montis Regalis in Mondovì (Italy). For many years, he has focused his musical endeavours on seventeenth-century keyboard music from German-speaking, Lutheran regions. Borsányi gives regular concert performances as a soloist and chamber musician, at the harpsichord as well as the organ. He is the organist at the Reformed Church in Oberwil (Basel-Landschaft) and at the Roman-Catholic church of St Martin in Egerkingen. He has given master classes in Poland and Hungary. Since 2016, he has held a teaching appointment at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz and since 2017 at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest. 

Péter Jánosházi, born in Budapest, Hungary in 1981. He studied violoncello in his hometown at the “Liszt Ferenc Music Academy” with prof. György Déri (2000-2004). He completed his Master’s degree in Italy at the “Conservatorio Francesco Venezz di Rovigo” with prof. Luca Simoncini (2008). Between 2000 and 2004 he was a member of the “Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok”. In 2008-2009 he took part in the scholarship program of the Orchestra Academy of the “Gran Teatre del Liceu” in Barcelona, Spain. From 2010 he studied baroque cello in Vienna, Austria at the Early Music Department of “Musik und Kunst Privatuniversitaet der Stadt Wien”. In 2014 he graduated with a Master’s in early music performance practice at the “Schola Cantorum Basiliensis” in Basel, Switzerland, where he studied with prof. Christophe Coin. In 2011 with his ensemble he won the first prize at the “La Stravaganza Baroque Chamber Music Competition” in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He is giving recitals as a soloist and member of international baroque music ensembles. 

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