Biography

„... in highest concentration on every tune, every interval and every harmony.“

(Neue Presse Coburg)

Boglárka Pecze, born in 1986 in Hungary, began to play the clarinet aged 9. Until 2004 she studied at the national conservatory for music, dance and art in Pécs, and since 2005, she has lived in Germany.

She studied with Reiner Wehle at the Music University Lübeck and, in 2009/10, was scholarship holder at the IEMA (International Ensemble Modern Academy, Frankfurt), where she graduated with a postgraduate qualification in new music supervised by Nina Janßen.

She is the recipient of numerous international prizes, including the DAAD prize in 2011,the Stockhausen prize 2010 ans 2011 and a scholarship at the Deutscher Musikwettbewerb, 2013.

Numerous solo and chamber music performances have taken Boglárka Pecze throughout Europe, Asia and the USA, for example, in performances at the Contemporary Music Festival in Huddersfield, the Salzburger Festspiele and the Internationales Musikfestival Shanghai.

She has performed as a guest with Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Linea und Ensemble Resonanz.

Her work is enriched through regular and intensive collaboration with composers such as H. Lachenmann, P. Eötvös, J. M. Staud, M. Illés and G. Aperghis. In addition, she has taken part in numerous premieres. 

She won the Hermann and Milena Ebel award in 2012 and the Berenberg cultural award in 2014 with Trio Catch, of whom she is a founding member. The trio has also been selected by the European Concert Hall Organisation to take part in its “Rising Stars” series and will perform in some of the most important concert halls across Europe during the 2015/16 season.
Trio Catch’s debut record was published by col legno.

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