Media

Discography

  • Weber Overtures (Conducted by Géza Oberfrank, Hungaroton, 1979 LP)
  • Operatic arias sung by Kolos Kováts (Conducted by Géza Oberfrank, Hungaroton, 1980 LP&MC, 1996 CD)
  • Eine Nacht in Venedig by J. Strauss (Conducted by Ernst Maerzendorfer, Hungaroton, 1980 LP)
  • Brahms: Hungarian Dances (Conducted by Kurt Redel, CD-Verany, 1988)
  • Lorenzo Perosi: Stabat Mater - Dies Iste - Inno della Pace (Conducted by Arturo Sacchetti, CD-Frequenz, 1988)
  • Tchaikowsky: The Nutcracker - Swan Lake (Conducted by Mark Gorenstein, Hungaroton, 1988 LP, 1996-CD)
  • Greatest tenor arias sung by Berle Sanford Rosenberg (Conducted by János Ács, CD-Olympia, London, 1991)
  • Works by J. Strauss (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-Alber, Munich, 1992)
  • Mozart: Requiem (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-M&R Records, Amsterdam, 1993),
  • 50 years - The Best of BCO (CD-BCO, Budapest, 1995)
  • Julius Beliczay: Serenade op. 36, Symphony in D minor, op. 45 (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-BCO, Budapest, 1996)
  • Dvorak: Cello Concerto in B minor, R. Strauss: Tod und Verklärung (Conducted by Charles Olivieri-Munroe - Dr. Peter Hoehn, Schmallenberg, 1996)
  • Mozart: The Magic Flute - Overture, Sinfonia Concertante K. 297/b, Violin Concerto (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-Pannon Classic, Budapest, 1997)
  • Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, op. 68, Hungarian Dances No. 5 and 6 (Conducted by Yuri Simonov, CD-Pannon Classic, Budapest, 1997)
  • Brahms: Tragic Overture op. 81, Symphony No. 2 in D major, op. 73 (Conducted by Péter Csaba, CD-Pannon Classic, Budapest, 1997)
  • Brahms: Concerto for Violin and Cello in A minor, op. 102, Symphony No. 3 in F Major, op. 90 (Conducted by Péter Csaba and Tamás Gál, CD-Pannon Classic Budapest, 1997)
  • Brahms: Academic Festival Overture op. 80, Symphony No. 4 in E-minor, op. 98 (Conducted by Géza Oberfrank, CD-Pannon Classic, Budapest, 1997)
  • Liszt: Tasso, Piano Concerto in A major, Wagner: Rienzi Preludes (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-BCO, 1998)
  • Liszt: From the Cradle to the Grave, Wagner-de Vlieger: Ring Symphony (Conducted by Yuri Simonov, CD-BCO, Budapest, 1998)
  • The Strauss Dynasty in Budapest (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-Pannon Classic, Budapest, 1998)
  • J. S. Bach: Cantata No. 4., Ferenc Farkas: Missa in Honorem Sancti Andreae, W. A. Mozart: Missa solemnis in C (Conducted by András Farkas, CD-Artlab, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1998)
  • Famous Operatic Arias with Veronika Kincses soprano (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-Pannon Classic, Budapest, 2000)
  • W. A. Mozart: Concerto for Flute and Harp, K. 299; Brahms: Variations on a Theme by Haydn op. 56a; Kodály: Dances of Marosszék (Conducted by Tamás Gál, CD-Pannon Classic, Budapest, 2000)
  • Giuseppe Verdi: Messa da Requiem (Conducted by Bruno Späti, CD-POSEITON, live-recording Solothurn, Switzerland, 2001)
  • Letter arias and Duets by Ivan Ildikó (conducted by János Kovács, CD-Hungaroton Classic, Budapest, 2002)
  • Love, Blood & Fire – sopran arias by Eszter Sümegi (Conducted by István Dénes, CD-Convention Budapest Classics, Budapest, 2003)
  • Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto op. 35, Rimsky-Korsakov: Fantazie op. 33 (Soloist: Marie Cantagrill, conducted by Tamás Gál, Budapest, 2007)
  • Miklós Rózsa: Viola Concerto, Hungarian Serenade (Soloist: Gilad Karni, conducted by Mariusz Smolij, CD-Naxos, Germany, 2008)
  • MAV Chamber Orchestra, selection of live-recordings (Soloists: Elina Harsányi, Sylvia Schranz, conducted by Gábor Takács-Nagy, CD-MAV, Budapest, 2008)
  • MAV Symphony Orchestra, Budapest, selection of live-recordings (Soloist: Dezső Ránki, conducted by Imre Kollár, Gábor Takács-Nagy, Rodrigo de Carvalho, CD-MAV, Budapest, 2009)
  • Arias by Amy Johnssohn (Conducted by Steven Mercurio, CD-Hungaroton, Budapest, 2009)
  • Contemporary Italian sacred music (Conducted by Aurelio Canonici, Budapest, 2010)
  • Miklós Rózsa: Three Hungarian Sketches, Cello Rhapsody, Hungarian Nocturne (Soloist: Mark Kosower, conducted by Mariusz Smoli, CD-Naxos, Germany, 2010)
  • Jenő Zádor: 5 Contrasts, Children's Symphony, Aria and Allegro, Hungarian Caprice (Conducted by Mariusz Smolij, CD-Naxos, Budapest, 2012)
  • Jenő Zádor: Divertimento, Elegie and Dance, Oboe Concerto, Studies (Soloist: László Hadady, conducted by Mariusz Smolij, CD-Naxos, Budapest, 2013)
  • Ernest Bloch: Suite for Viola and Orchestra, Baal Shem, Suite Hebraique (Soloist: Hong-Mei Xiao, conducted by Mariusz Smolij, Naxos, Budapest, 2013)
  • Ferenc Farkas: Orchestral Music, Vol. 1 - Music for Chamber Orchestra (Soloist: Perényi Miklós, conducted by Péter Csaba, Toccata Classics, Budapest, 2014)
  • Ferenc Erkel: King Stephen (Conducted by Valéria Csányi, Naxos, Budapest, 2014)
  • Jenő Zádor: Dance Symphony / Variations on a Hungarian Folksong / Festival Overture (Conducted by Mariusz Smolij, Naxos, 2015)
  • Jenő Zádor: A Christmas Overture / Biblical Triptych / Rhapsody for Large Orchestra / Fugue Fantasia (Conducted by Mariusz Smolij, Naxos, 2016)
  • Leó Weiner: Csongor és Tünde / Ballata (Soloist: Máté Szűcs, conducted by Valéria Csányi, Naxos, 2016)