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Posted by portugalpress on January 09, 2018

Algarve History Association is hosting two music events with Hungarian violin virtuoso Édua Zádory this month.

On Friday, January 19, she will be performing at Casa do Povo in Moncarapacho at 7pm. Here the international musician will be improvising to a range of works of art. She will then be joined by guitarist and Bob Dylan fan, André Viane (aka Boris Buggerov).

Last year Édua played to a crammed audience in Tavira, “winning everyone’s hearts with her range of emotion played out on the violin”.

Artist Janet Pierce (Irish) and Sheila Macdonald (Scottish) have offered to join in the extravaganza and to draw/paint in response to the improvisations.

Places are limited to 30 people for this event and tickets are €10 per person including tapas.

On Sunday, January 21 Édua will play with pianist Irene Ainstein at Quintinha da Música at 4pm.

“Édua Amarilla” Zádory was born in 1974, in Kecskemét, Hungary, and at the early age of seven, her outstanding gift as a violinist became evident. Her violin dates from 1801, and was crafted by Joseph and Antonio Gagliano in the Neapolitan style.

English-born Irene Ainstein won first prize in a Competition for Young Musicians after only a year of piano study. She currently teaches at the Conservatório Regional in Faro.

Édua and Irene will be playing an international range of music by the German Johannes Brahms, the Spanish Pablo de Sarasate and the Norwegian Filip Sande. Tickets are on sale at €25 which includes interval drinks and tapas.