Pianist and pedagogue Jenö Jando died at the age of 71, our colleagues prom Papageno reported. Jando was born in 1952 in Pécs. He began studying piano in his hometown and was admitted to the Academy of Music in 1968. His career began with successful national and international competitions.

In 1974, immediately after graduating, he began teaching at the Liszt Academy, where he trained dozens of generations of pianists until 2020.

He was one of the most active participants in the Hungarian music scene, giving highly successful concerts in Europe, America and Japan. He became a soloist for Hungaroton, Laserlight and later Naxos, and with hundreds of recordings he was probably the busiest pianist on the Hungarian recording market.

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