Agi Rado sets free concert

April 05, 1991

Agi Rado, Hungarian-American pianist who left Hungary in 1956 and became an internationally known recital artist and orchestral soloist, will perform at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Second Presbyterian Church in the church's annual free Steinway series.

Rado made her professional and performing debut when 11, studied folk music with Zoltan Kodaly and chamber music with Leo Weiner and was awarded artist diplomas by the Franz Liszt Acadamie. She later became an American citizen and has played in 17 countries on four continents.

Other series performers at 3:30 p.m. at the church: April 14 -- Mihaly Virizlay, principal cellist of the BSO, accompanied by pianist Robin Kissinger; April 21 -- BSO violinist Bruce Wade, also a member of Pro Musica Rara and the Notre Dame Chamber Ensemble, and April 28 -- Vocalists between 20 and 35 in the annual Russell C. Wonderlic Competition.

For more information, call Margaret Budd, concert series director, at 467-4210.

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