Talented youth

One of the main objectives of the Association of Hungarian Talent Support Organizations is to give talented individuals access to the best and most appropriate support to fulfil their potential. We strongly believe that building professional networks is crucial for young talents who are about to start their career. That is why events are organized where talented youth can meet up and cooperate in different projects. European Talent Centre organizes networks and intends to give assistance to talented youth to work in an international environment in the long run. Here you can find a portfolio of young Hungarian talents and you can read the latest news about their life.

News and events in talented youths

Dóra Kokas

Dóra Kokas was born in 1992 and has already established herself as one of the leading cellists of her generation, performing regularly as a soloist with orchestras and as a chamber musician. Dóra studied at the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy under the direction of Miklós Perényi and she was also a student of the Razumovsky Academy in London in the class of Professor Oleg Kogan.

Benjamin Kovács

Benjamin Kovács is a Hungarian composer and actor. Since his childhood Benjamin has been working for different theatres and televisions in Hungary as a voice actor and actor. He studied several musical instruments when realized that composing applied music is the biggest challenge for him. Currently, he has been working as a composer for various theatre companies around Hungary and also study drama pedagogy at Pannon University, Hungary.

Balázs Csémy

Balázs Csémy is a Hungarian actor. He has mastered his acting skills in three different countries: Canada, England and Hungary. He graduated from the University of Film and Theatre Budapest, and attended courses in York University, Toronto and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London where he graduated from their MA Program Theatre Lab. As a professional actor he has performed in several plays, classical to contemporary, drama to comedy in various theatres in Hungary. Balázs speaks five languages and has always had the opportunity to work in multicultural environment.

Boateng Carmen Stephany

Stephany Kármen Boateng received her first piano lessons at the age of six and made a rapid progress in her first year of piano studies. In 2004 she won the grand prize of the Margit Varró Piano Competition. From this point, she gained prizes in sequence, from lower to higher-ranking competitions.

Talent is a special kind of natural resource that is available in every country.