Born in Budapest, Mihály is currently a third-year undergraduate at London’s Royal Academy of Music studying with Christopher Elton. As winner of the Debut Berlin International Concerto Competition in 2017, Mihály made his debut at the Philarmonie, Berlin with Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3. Mihály’s previous awards include gold prize in the II. Manhattan International Music Competition and the Harriet Cohen Bach Prize of the Royal Academy of Music.
He appeared in numerous important venues, including the Konzerthaus Berlin or the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall and the Liszt Academy in Budapest. As a soloist he has worked with renowned conductors, such as Zoltán Kocsis, András Keller or Tamás Vásáry and performed with 15 orchestras worldwide, including the Hungarian National Philharmonic and Concerto Budapest.
As a passionate chamber musician, Mihály has collaborated with such musicians as Kristóf Baráti or Adrian Brendel amongst others. He has participated in masterclasses with distinguished pianists including Arie Vardi, Imogen Cooper, Pascal Devoyon and Malcolm Bilson.
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