The cellist is a versatile musician, whom we may encounter as a soloist in great concert halls as well as improvising with world-music ensembles, or playing a major role in joint productions with dancers, as a chamber musician and, most recently, as an actress. Among her successes so far the prizes received at the Leipzig Bach Competition, the Hungarian Junior Prima Prize and her CD and radio recordings are outstanding. She considers it important to apply, develop and hand on the knowledge she has gained. Her most influential teachers were Miklós Perényi, Suren Bagratuni, Ivan Monighetti, Boris Pergamenschikow and Ferenc Rados. Ditta formerly taught at the University of Debrecen, and since September 2018 is an adjunct lecturer at the Liszt Academy in Budapest. As a result of her collaboration with Hungaroton, five solo CDs have been recorded in the past five years receiving positive reviews world-wide. Among the recordings we find all the solo suites by J.S.Bach, a portrait album with Hungarian cello music including Kodály‘s solo sonata.
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