…a nail-biting performance he gave...sizzling Mozart.....
...an almost effortless feel to much of his playing, no matter how many notes require to be played – and they are all there. Unhurried...absolutely exquisite...
Solo - String
- Tamás Fejes - Violin
All the established concerto repertoire from baroque to 20th Century, including Bach, Vivaldi, Mozart, Bruch, Mendelssohn, Paganini, Lalo, Glazunov, Brahms, Sibelius, Khachaturian, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky.
Tamás Fejes was born into a family of musicians in Szeged, Hungary. At the age of 10, he won second prize in the János Koncz national violin competition. He studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, and while there, he gave numerous recitals and was invited to give several appearances on radio and television. After graduation, a scholarship enabled him to continue his studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Tamás has led and co-led various orchestras in Germany and has continued on to perform recitals, concertos and chamber music concerts in the UK, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, USA and Hungary. He was a member of the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, but is currently the assistant leader of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and also part-time tutor in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
In 2006, Tamás founded the Fejes Quartet, with whom he performs in festivals in Hungary, France, Italy and at home in Scotland. His repertoire includes all the major violin concertos, from baroque to 20th century, and he has recently recorded Bach's Sonatas and Partitas for unaccompanied violin on the Discovery Music and Vision label. He performed these works in two concerts held in the RSNO Auditorium in December of 2016.