Márta Gulyás (born 1953 in Gyula, Hungary) is a performing pianist and a professor for piano and chamber music.
Márta Gulyás studied piano at the Liszt Ferenc University for Music in Budapest, Hungary with Erzsebet Tusa and István Lantos. In 1976, she received the artistic and pedagogic diplomas there. She then completed a post-graduate program at the Tschaikowski Conservatory in Moscow with professor Dmitri Bashkirow. In 2001, Márta Gulyás habilitated herself at the Liszt Ferenc University and was awarded the title of Magistra Habilitatam.
Márta Gulyás teaches piano and chamber music at the Liszt Ferenc University since 1979, first as assistant professor, then as docent. For several years she was dean of the chamber music faculty. Since 1991, Márta Gulyás is also visiting professor at the Reina Sofia Academy of Music in Madrid, Spain.
In addidion to numerous concerts in Hungary, Márta Gulyás also performed in Switzerland, the USA, Germany, France, Italy, England, Ireland, Austria, Poland, Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Cyprus, Libanon, Syria and Turkey. In recent years, her focus turned toward chamber music.
Márta Guyás gave and is giving master classes in Finland (Riihimäki, Lohia); Sweden (Göteborg); Italy (Bergamo, Imola, Rome); Spain (Santander, Ávila, Getafe, Salamanca, Valenzia, Segovia, Amendralejo, Badajoz, Pamplona, Cáceres, Palma); Greece (Athens); Germany (Weimar, Pommersfelden, Würzburg); Austria (Reichenau, Salzburg); Turkey (Cappadocia, Istanbul); Japan (Tokyo, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Okinawa); and Hungary (Keszthely, Békészaba, Miscolc, Szeged, Györ).
Márta Gulyás is a member of the jury for the award of Wardwell Scholarships of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. She was president of the preselection jury and member of the jury in the Paloma O‘Shea Santander International Piano Competition, 2013 and 2015. She has repeatedly been interviewed on TV and Radio.
Márta Gulyás speaks Hungarian, Russian, German, English, French, Spanish and Italian.Debussy-Piano-Competition Paris 1971: Third Prize
Leo Weiner Chambermusic-Competition Budapest 1978: First Prize
Piano-Competition of the Hungarian Radio 1979: Third Prize
MIDEM Prize for Bartók‘s Early Chambermusik (with Vilmos Szabadi)
Hungarian Culture-Prize 1985
Liszt Ferenc Prize 1998
Medal of Honor from Queen Sofia of Spain 2014
CD Recordings with Hungaroton (Hungary) and BIBLIOservice (Holland) Recordings with Hungarian Radio, BBC, Bavarian Radio, NDR, WDR, Finnish Radio, Radio France, and Radio Orpheo (Moscow).
Piano Trio in G Minor - Op 1: I Langsam - FeurigKirchner: Novelletten - Op 59 / Goetz: Piano Trio in G Minor - Op 1 · 2014
44 Duos for 2 Violins - BB 104 - Vol 2: No 18 Menetelo nota II2014
Rhapsody No 2 for Violin and Piano - BB 96a: I Lassu2014