He was awarded further degrees at the summeracademie in Innsbruck by SCHÄFFER, Michael (Cologne) 1974 and DOMBOIS, Eugen (Basel) 1975. He worked as a professor of lute-playing at the following summer master's courses between 1979 and 2003: Groznjan, Zadar (Croatia), Szombathely, Szentendre, Győr (Hungary), Bruxelles (Belgium), Royaumont (France), Csíkszereda (Romania). In 1970 he founded his ensembles ( the Bakfark Bálint Lute-Trio and Collegium Musicum), which won the Brugge (Belgium) Early Music Contest in 1978. The KECSKÉS ENSEMBLE has a repertoire that includes old European and Asian music from the beginning till the 19. century.
They succesfully toured in Europa, the USA, Canada and China. http://kecskesegyuttes.tar.hu Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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