Strawinskys L’histoire du soldat – one of the most exciting pieces that were ever written - bizarre, witty, diabolic, dance-like.
Based on that the three musicians find their way through the probably most multifaceted time of music history, the first half of the 20th century.
As soloists, duo or trio they create a magical world around this master piece by Strawinsky with further works by Milhaud, Poulenc, Saint Saens and Bartok.
a passionate chamber musician; musical collaborations with Christian Altenburger and Benjamin Schmid, as well as with Anasztázia Dombrovska;
frequent collaborations also with the Hungaria Piano Trio (Édua Zádory, Tamás Varga und Balázs Szokolay);
2006: First CD with chamber music by Pancho Vladigerov; among other with cellist Rudolf Leopold.
2012: CD “Von ungarischer und jüdischer Seele”.
2017: Solo CD „heavy“ with Genuin Label (nominated for the German Record Critics' Award)
Édua has put a strong focus on contemporary music as well as her own compositions in the within the range of visual arts.
Grew up in a small village in the Austrian mountains;
Multiple engagements with the Dortmunder Philharmonic Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Strauß Festival Orchestra, Schönbrunner Schloßorchstra, Mörbisch Festival Orchestra.
Commitet chamber musician, e.g. with the Vienna Wind Ensemble;
Regular worldwide tours, e.g. Asia, South America, USA, Russia
Much sought-after educationist in Austria and abroad and since 2017 professor at the Global Summer Institute of Music at the Virginia Commonwealth University in
Explorative piano virtuoso, singing hands. Creativity withouth limits. From gentle to thrilling, from classical to modern.
Solo artist signed with Universal Music. Bold program creator.
Her latest release: Insomnia album.
International soloist and chamber musician. Carnegie Hall, Vienna Konzerthaus, Smith Center in Las Vegas, National Concert Hall in Taipei, Prince Mahidol Hall in