Agnes Kory

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Hungarian-born Agnes Kory is the founder and director of the Béla Bartók Centre for Musicianship, London, where specialised music studies including performance skills are offered and scholarship is fostered. The Béla Bartók Centre for Musicianship (BBCM) offers comprehensive music education for amateurs and children of all ages as well as provides training courses to further the skills of professional musicians. The BBCM training is supported by some of the world's greatest musicians. Agnes Kory is a graduate of the Béla Bartók Conservatoire Budapest, Royal Academy of Music London (DipRAM) and the University of London (BMus, MMus, MPhil). She is a teacher, performer and also a researcher in historical musicology.
Agnes Kory


Articles by Agnes Kory


Prom 36: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra – Ilan Volkov @ Royal Albert Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Prom 28: Royal Scottish National Orchestra – Stéphane Denève @ Royal Albert Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Shostakovich Triple Bill: Kirov Ballet @ Coliseum, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Moscow, Cheryomushki @ Coliseum, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Don Pasquale @ Royal Opera House, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Philharmonia Orchestra/András Schiff @ Queen Elizabeth Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
The Sound of Colour: Kandinsky and Schoenberg 1911 -1912 @ Almeida Theatre, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov – Barcelona/Weigle (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Boris Godunov @ Royal Opera House, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Katerina Izmaylova: Kirov Opera @ Coliseum, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Il re pastore @ Barbican Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Winterreise: Philip Langridge and David Owen Norris @ Wigmore Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
LSO/Kreizberg @ Barbican Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Bartók the pianist, Bartók’s piano music @ Wigmore Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Rotterdam Philharmonic/Valery Gergiev @ Barbican Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Belcea Quartet @ Wigmore Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)