Jozef at the keyboard is intense, virile, masterful, and confident, a typical Eastern European virtuoso. Equally comfortable in the concert hall or the cocktail lounge.
Jozef Performing with an Orchestra
Rahmaninov 2nd piano concerto (3rd movement)
He has won many major prizes in the pianistic world including at the International Piano for Four Hands Competition. His Concerts include the Mozart concerto KV488 and the Ravel Concerto in G with the Slovakian Symphony Orchestra.
Jazz & Pop
He has a wonderful rhythmic sense that gives the music a welcome vigour and momentum.ENQUIRE ABOUT BOOKING
His other prestigious awards include the International Smetana Competition, and the Anglo Czech Trust Festival He has performed in concerts in Sweden, England, Austria and Poland. A classical virtuoso and child protégée his magic fingers will dazzle your guests and keep them wanting more.
Jozef has a BA in music from Zilina Conservatoire, a Postgraduate Diploma and an MA in Music from the Royal Academy where he studied with Patsy Toh and Graeme Humphrey.
He is a recipient of several prizes that include First prize in the International Piano Competition in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic.
He has performed piano concertos by Mozart, Rachmaninov, Ravel and Bach and in 2012 he will be performing Concerto in D minor by J.S. Bach at St. James Picadilly and Schumann Concerto with Dartford Symphony. Recent concert venues included The Forge in Camden, St. James Picadilly and Paris Conservatoire.
Jozef also plays jazz and his recent corporate bookings include a launch of a new collection at Georg Jensen or the opening night of the Ealing Arts Festival. Jozef has also been the organist at St. Mary Magdalene’s church in Maida Vale and the conductor/accompanist for Mary Ward Singers, Nightingale Singers and Cantorum choir.
We were absolutely thrilled with Jozef’s performance this evening. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it… I look forward hearing him again and recommending him to others.
I wish him a bright future.
Shan – Thomson Reuters