Lívia Duleba (29, Hungary)

Lívia Duleba graduated from the Soloist’s Class at the University of Detmold where her teacher was Professor János Bálint. She has been a prizewinner at the Prague, Anton Eberst, Kuhlau, Michael Spisak, Kiejstut Bacewicz, Krakow and Nicolet International Competitions and has participated in master-classes with renowned flautists including Emmanuel Pahud, James Galway, Philippe Benoit and Clara Andrada de la Calle. Lívia has received the Fellowship of the Republic from the Hungarian State and the Fischer Annie Scholarship. She currently occupies the Principal Flute chair at the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra and is a member of the Budapest Wind Quintet. She has appeared as a concerto soloist with the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, the Eger Symphony Orchestra, the Miskolc Symphony Orchestra, the Szolnok Symphony Orchestra and the Budapest Strings Chamber Orchestra among others.