Andras Csaki

"He always chooses expression over showing off".  

This deep musicality has led András to prizes in 24 major competitions across the world.  

András has frequent performance invitations throughout China, Estonia, France, Great Britain, Greece, India, Romania, Russia, USA and his native Hungary. At the moment he is appointed professor at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest.  

Don’t miss out on his Australian debut! Nov 23, 7pm 

This is not a large venue! Limited seats and bookings are essential!

Tickets are “Pay what you like”

How much should I pay?

We encourage you to pay what you can afford, any amount will be accepted. 

The following are suggested donations to cover the costs of this event: $30 – This covers the performance cost $40 – This covers the performance cost and catering $50 – This covers the performance cost, catering, artist accommodation and international airfares  

Your support is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to seeing you on Nov 23, 7pm at Wyselaskie Auditorium, The Centre for Theology and Ministry, 29 College Crescent, Parkville 3052.

Who is András Csáki?


  • Hungarian Guitar Virtuoso
  • One of the world’s most highly regarded concert artists
  • Naxos recording and D'Addario endorsed artist
  • Prize winner in 24 international guitar competitions, including first prizes in the 51st Tokyo International Guitar Competition in 2008, the 42nd "Michele Pittaluga" Guitar Competition in Alessandria, Italy 2009, and the Julian Arcas Guitar Competition, Spain 2011
  • Professor at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest  

"He always chooses expression over showing off"  

Kenneth Keaton American Record Guide, January 2011

About The Concert

Program: Prelude (BWV 1006/a), J. S. Bach Two Fantasies, J. Dowland • Farewell • A Fancy Sonata in A-major Op. 17, F. Werthmüller • Allegro • Lento • Rondo Vivace Sonata for Guitar Op. 42, Miklós Rózsa • Moderato • Molto moderato, quasi canzone • Allegro frenetico Grandes Variations Op. 6, J. N. Bobrowicz 

Words fail to describe the virtuosity and musical expression Hungarian András Csáki displays in concert.  

The concert will be 60mins without intermission. At the conclusion of the concert, everyone is invited to join András for refreshments which include complimentary beer, wine and cheese.

András is very excited to be making his Australian debut, and we are very honoured to have the privelage of hosting him!

This is a NOT-TO-BE-MISSED event!  

What happens at a Melbourne Guitar Foundation event?


  • Exceptional Music. We only present the world’s best performers!
  • Friendly and warm environment 
  • Complimentary Dainton Beer, Delinquente Wine and cheese platters 
  • Great social evening
  • Meet and share a drink and conversation with the artist