Clarinet student on Liszt Academy’s School for Exceptional Talent bags first prizes in three age-group categories.
International Clarinet Association is based in the United States, and staged its regular annual Clareidoscope competition online, calling for essays, compositions and performance.
Franz Liszt Academy of Music’s School for Exceptional Talent clarinet student Zsombor Dániel Eszenyi earned first prize in all three categories for his age group, judged by separate panels. He was prepped by professors Dr. Zsolt Szatmári and Csaba Pálfi.
Zsombor Dániel Eszenyi began his musical studies at Chopin School of Music, Gödöllő in 2010, first studying piano, then moving on to recorder and clarinet. Thanks to the efforts of teachers László Fodor and later László Kraszna, in 2017 at age 14 he was admitted to Franz Liszt Academy of Music’s School for Exceptional Talent. He finished his high school studies at Béla Bartók Conservatory.