Harpsichord Colleagues


János Sebestyén and Elżbieta Stefańska in Poland, mid 1980s.


Harpsichordist Huguette Dreyfus at Sebestyén's home, mid 1980s.

Musicologist Gerhard Doderer, expert on Iberian keyboard music, early 1980s.


Anikó Horváth, Sebestyén's first harpsichord student, with her daughter Gabi, mid 1970s.

Harpsichordist Luciano Sgrizzi, collaborator and friend, at home in Lugano, 1980.

Romanian harpsichordist Ecaterina Botár at Sebestyén's Sperrhake harpsichord, mid 1970s (above); Hédi Salánki at her Ammer harpsichord in Budapest, mid 1970s (right).


Zuzana Růžičková and János Sebestyén in Prague, 1979.

János Sebestyén, Hédi Salánki, and flutist Lóránt Kovács in Budapest, early 1980s.

János Sebestyén with Zsuzsa Pertis in Budapest, early 1970s (left), and with Zuzana Růžičková in Linz, 1979 (above).


Sebestyén's former students Miklós Spányi and Szilvia Elek, 2001.

Harpsichord students Orsolya Németh, Alexandra Vilmányi and Aino Oláh, 2002.


Harpsichordist Borbála Dobozy,
a student of Růžičková.

Harpsichordists Hédi Salánki, Ágnes Várallyay and Livia Lukács at the Old Music Academy in Budapest for a concert devoted to the music of Soler, 2003.


Sebestyén's harpsichord students during the early 1990s at his home: Angelika Csizmadia, Szilvia Elek, Judit Varga, Rita Papp, András Szepes, Nathalie Fodor, Erika Dallos, and Diana Pál.



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