Julia Pusker violin – Christia Hudziy piano


Sonata for violin and piano no. 8, op. 30/3 Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonate for solo Violin, op. 27/1 Eugène Ysaÿe
Sonatina, op. 100 Antonín Dvořák
Carmen Fantasy Jenö Hubay

Young soloists from all over the world can develop their talent in the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. On three Sunday mornings BOZAR is giving the stage to the top of the class. Today it’s the turn of Julia Pusker and Christia Hudziy. Violinist Julia Pusker was born in 1991 in Kecskemét, Hungary. She grew up in a musical family and studied in Budapest and London. Recently she picked up the Junior Prima Primissima Award, a prestigious Hungarian award which honours the country’s most eminent musicians. Pianist Christia Hudziy started out as a soloist with the Symphonic Orchestra of Lviv, Ukraine at just 11 years of age. She was a finalist at the chamber music competition of the Koninklijk Concertgebouw Amsterdam and went on to win the ‘Giovani Talenti – Pia Tebaldini’ contest and the international Yamaha scholarship.

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