Bio


       
1977
Born in Szeged
1998
First professional appearence as an oratorio soloist in J.S.Bach St.John’s Passion
2002
Graduate as physicist at the University of Science in Szeged
2002-2006
Studies at the College of Music in Szeged with Istvan Andrejcsik
2008
Graduate at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest his professor Eva Marton
Debute as Don Magnifico / Rossini: Cenerentola, Italy (Spoleto)
Scholarship at the Hungarian National Operahouse
2010-2013
Guest artist of the Hungarian National Operahouse
Bluebeard / Bartók: The Bluebeard’s Castle, China, France (Rouen)                       
Debute as Leporello / Mozart : Don Giovanni, Hungary (Budapest)
2014
Bluebeard/ Bartók: The Bluebeard’s Castle, China, Ukraine (Kijev)                      
Debute as Figaro / Mozart : Le nozze di Figaro, Hungary (Budapest)
Kossuth / Fischer: The Red Heifer,
Tour in Germany with the Budapest Festival Orchestra
2015
Bluebeard / Bartók: The Bluebeard’s Castle, Italy (Milan)
2016
Sarastro / Mozart: The Magic Flute, Royal Festival Hall - United Kingdom (London),
Konzerthaus - Germany (Berlin), Concertgebouw - Netherlands (Amsterdam),
Belgium (Brugge)
BACHTRACK, MAY 2016
"Sarastro was sung by the imposing bass Krisztián Cser -...With a fine range
and splendidly authoritative diction that befitted the enlightened priest,
Cser also had an appealing stage presence and a touch of humour about him."
2017
Bluebeard / Bartók: The Bluebeard’s Castle,
Royal Festival Hall - United Kingdom (London),
Concert Hall - Poland (Katowice), Concertgebouw - Belgium (Brugge)
BACHTRACK, MAY 2017
"Bluebeard himself was sung with composure,
detailed characterisation and sonorous
richness by bass Krisztián Cser
– very much a singer who on this basis
I would travel to Budapest to hear again.”
2018
Debute as Wotan / Wagner: Das Rheingold, Germany (Chemnitz)
NEUE MUSIKZEITUNG, FEBRUARY 2018
 "Und was für eine Sängerbesetzung Chemnitz da aufbieten konnte!
Ein solch smarter Wotan wie der Ungar Krisztián Cser dürfte schwer zu finden sein.
Nobel in der Stimmführung und elegant in seinem Spiel...”
DIE DEUTSCHE BÜHNE, FEBRUARY 2018
"Auch Fricka und der Rest des Ensembles überzeugen
– allen voran der Wotan des aus Budapest
stammenden Krisztián Cser.
Absolut preisverdächtig ist seine Sängerdarstellung in allen Facetten:
Mit lupenreiner Intonation, tollem Textverständnis und gesunder Klangfarbe
durch alle Register
gibt er einen Wotan, ..."
2019
Debute as Alvise Badoero / Ponchielli: La Gioconda, Hungary (Budapest)
Bluebeard / Bartók: The Bluebeard’s Castle, Elbphilharmonie - Germany (Hamburg),
Philharmonie de Paris, Paris-Grande salle Pierre Boulez - France (Paris),
Philharmonie Luxembourg - Luxemburg (Luxembourg)
Carnegie Hall - United States of America (New York) 
Debute as Don Pizarro / Beethoven: Fidelio, Germany (Chemnitz)
    

 
 AWARDS 2016 Gusztáv Oláh Award
  2014 Hungarian Silver Cross of Merit
  2013 Mihály Székely Award 
  2011 Wagner Society Scolarship
  2010 Prize for the Hungarian Youth of March
  2008-2010 Hungarian State Opera Scolarship
  2007 Annie Fischer Scolarship
  2005 Albert Szent-Györgyi Scolarship
  2003 'Róbert Kovács Philharmony' Scolarship


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Krisztián Cser's  performance of high stanard is always meaningful together with vocal clarity, beautiful timbre and great style.

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