| Peter Szervanszky|
| Endre Szervanszky|
| March 27, 1985, Budapest, Hungary|Péter Szervánszky Wikipedia
Péter Szervánszky (1913–1985) was a Hungarian violinist.
On 5 January 1944, Péter gave the first performance in Hungary of Béla Bartók's 2nd violin concerto. Bartók had already left Hungary for the United States and left the score with the eminent musicologist Bence Szabolcsi. Péter performed the work with the Székesfövarosi Orchestra, conducted by János Ferencsik.
Péter is the brother of the artist Jenő Szervánszky and the composer Endre Szervánszky, and uncle of the pianist Valéria Szervánszky.