Andras Csaki is an internationally recognized Hungarian classical guitarist. He is currently an associate professor at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, from which he graduated in 2007.
He studied with József Eötvös, Scott Tennant, William Kanengiser, and as a postgraduate student at University of Southern California frequently had masterclasses and private lessons with Pepe Romero.
Andras has given recitals throughout Europe, USA, South-America, Japan and China, and by 2011 had been awarded 11 first prizes including the 51st Tokyo International Guitar Competition in 2008, the “Michele Pittaluga” Guitar Competition in Alessandria, Italy 2009, and the Julian Arcas Guitar Competition, Spain 2011.
Besides solo recitals, he is also devoted to chamber music. As András is one of the most active players of his generation, he is often asked by various violinists, flutists and singers to take part in different chamber music performances. He has also had several opportunities to play guitar concertos with symphonic orchestras in Hungary and abroad.
Budapest, March 28th 2016