Andreas Siles-Mellinger and Andras Moldovanyi

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Andreas Siles Mellinger, violin(Bolivia) / Andras Moldovanyi, piano (Hungary)


Andreas Siles Mellinger

Born in 1998 in Cochabamba, Bolivia, Andreas Siles Mellinger received his first violin lessons at the age of eight at the "Instituto Eduardo Laredo" with Eduardo Rodriguez.
In 2013, he received a scholarship from IMEN (International Music Education Network) to study
in Austria at the Johann Sebastian Bach Music School in the Classical Intensive Training of Lucia Hall. He attended master classes with Ivry Gitlis at the "Friends of Martha Argerich Festival" 2013/2015 and at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna in 2014, as well as with Taras Gabora, Igor Ozim, Leonard Elschenbroich, Jaime Laredo, Dora Schwarzberg and others.
Active concert activity at home and abroad (Baroque Festival "Misiones de Chiquitos" in
Bolivia, Japan, USA, Greece, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Hungary, Germany), playing in famous concert halls, such as Wiener Musikverein Vienna Musikverein, Vienna Konzerthaus, Auditorium "Giovanni Arvedi" del Museo del Violino Cremona, Greek National Opera, The Masonic Temple in Washington and others.Since October 2020, Andreas Siles Mellinger has been studying at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg with Prof. Klara Flieder-Pantillon.

Photo: Bea Hasler


Andras Moldovanyi

András Moldoványi (1996) started playing the piano at the age of 6.
András took lessons from Rihayné Ágoston Anikó at the Solti György School of Music in Budapest. He then studied with Kecskés Balázs at the Bartók Béla Secondary School of Music. Currently he is studying in the class of Kemenes András, and with Hargitai Imre at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music Budapest. In February he played two important recitals at the Academy and at the Jokai Anna salon in Budapest, on the programme: Beethoven, piano trio in B major, 'Gassenhauer' and Tchaikovsky, piano trio in a minor. This summer András is taking master classes with the Ingenium Trio at IHMS under Professor Reinhard Latzko.