Ádám SISKA [H]

was born in Budapest on 18th December, 1983. He studies composition in the class of Zoltán JENEY at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest since 2002. As an attendee of several Hungarian and international seminars (like Ostrava Days 2007, the International Béla Bartók Seminar in 2005 & 2006, the Making New Waves Festival between 2005 & 2007 etc.) he has been taught (among many others) by musicians like Christian WOLFF, Alvin LUCIER, Péter EÖTVÖS, Johannes SCHÖLLHORN, Jasch (Jan SCHACHER) and Andrea SZIGETVÁRI.

His piece Praeludium et fuga in a was awarded second prize at the competition of the Hungarian Clavicembalo Foundation in 2005, and his work Concerto won the audience's award at the Third Contemporary Music Festival of Young Composers in 2006.

In 2007 he became permanent member of the European Bridges Ensemble (EBE) (founded and leaded by Georg HAJDU) and participated in several performances in many European countries.

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