| Gergely Boganyi|
| Maria B. Raunio (m. 2001)|
| Chopin - The Complete Nocturnes, Chopin, F.: Piano Music, Liszt: Works for Violin and Piano Complete|
Bence Boganyi, Tibor Boganyi, Bernadett Boganyi
Sibelius Academy, Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest
Bence Boganyi, Frederic Chopin, Istvan Parkai, Gabor Boldoczki, Jean Sibelius
Gergely Bogányi is a Hungarian pianist. Coming from a musical family, Gergely Bogányi is one of the youngest ever pianists to have won the Kossuth Prize, becoming one of the leading pianists of his generation.
He was born in 1974 in Vác, Hungary (his brother is conductor Tibor Bogányi), and started playing the piano at the age of four. He continued his studies at the Liszt Academy in Budapest, the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki and at Indiana University in Bloomington with professors László Baranyay, György Sebök, Matti Raekallio.
Bogányi, alongside his virtuoso piano playing, is known for his revolutionary piano designs. “There have been no major developments in piano construction in over 100 years,” says Bogányi. The piano he designed is known as the "bat-piano".
Gergely Bogányi has had success in several national and international competitions.In 1996 he won the International Franz Liszt Competition in Budapest. The name of other competition winners may be seen on the official "Filharmonia Budapest" webpage. 
Gergely Bogányi was appointed a citizen of honour in his native town Vác at the age of 22.
In 2000 he was awarded the Liszt Prize by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage.
In 2000 the Cross Merit of the White Rose of Finland by the President of the Finnish Republic.
In 2001 his series of "Chopin's complete piano works" received the Hungarian Gramofon Prize in the category of "Best concert event and performing artist in Hungary".
On March 15, 2004 he received the highest artistic award of Hungary, the Kossuth Prize hu:Kossuth-díj.
Bogányi has performed worldwide, and performs as a soloist with leading orchestras, for example the London Philharmonic in 2004 .
On November 27–28, 2010 he performed all the compositions of Frédéric Chopin at Palace of Arts (Művészetek Palotája in Hungarian) in Budapest.
Pieces for piano soloMozart: Sonatas
Beethoven: 10 Sonatas
Sonatas: F sharp minor, G minor
Fantasie C major
Sonata B minor
12 Etudes d'execution transcendante
Annees de pelerinage
Variation and Fuge on a Theme by Handel op.24.
Zwei Rapsodies op.79
Study for Left Hand
3 Burlesque op.8.c
Suite op 14.
Out of Doors
C major K. 467.
C major K. 246
C minor K. 491.
D major K. 451
D major K. 537. "Krönungskonzert"
D minor K. 466
G major K. 453
A major K. 414
A major K. 488
B flat major K. 595
D major K. 382.
A major K. 386
Beethoven Nr.4. G major
Mendelssohn: G minor
Schumann: A minor
Nr.2. F minor
Andante spianato & Grande Polonaise brillante
Nr.1. E flat major
Nr.2. A major
Dance of Death (Totentanz)
Nr.1. D minor
Nr.2. B flat major
Csajkovszkij: B flat minor
Grieg: A minor
Nr.2. C minor
Nr.3. D minor
Symphonic concerto for piano and orchestra B minor
Petrovics: Piano Concerto
Gergely Bogányi official website
Gergely Bogányi plays Faure Sonata
Herend Herald 
Kelemen Barnabas official website 
Tiszadob Piano Festival 
Nocturne op48 No1 C minor2008Gergely Bogányi Wikipedia
Nocturne op27 No2 Db major2008
Nocturne op9 No3 B major2008