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New Release April 2011


Georg Gulyas Plays Bach CD


GEORG GULYÁS PLAYS BACH II Georg Gulyás, guitar.
Proprius has previously released three CDs with guitarist Georg Gulyás ! Georg Gulyás plays Guitar Music from Latin America and Spain (PRCD 2008), Albéniz / Ponce / Tárrega (PRSACD 2030) och Georg Gulyás plays Bach (PRSACD 2041). These recordings has all been critically acclaimed and the CD Albčniz / Ponce / Tárrega won the award Best Instrumental Music at The 2006 Audiophile Recordings Awards in Hong Kong.

Georg Gulyás has been successful in several competitions, winning the first prize at the Karis International Guitar Competition. At the beginning of the 1990s Georg Gulyás was chosen for special promotion by the Concerts Sweden organization which led to his performing all over Europe. He has since performed in Russia, Japan, the USA and Latin America as well as appearing as a soloist with the leading Swedish orchestras.

Georg Gulyás studied at the Juilliard School in New York (1998!2000) and at the Malmö Academy of Music (1986! 90). He also received solo diplomas from the École Normale in Paris (1997) and the Royal College of Music in Stockholm (1998).

This CD ! Georg Gulyás plays Bach II ! is the successor to the praised first volume with Bach interpretations. The CD is recorded and mastered by Torbjörn Samuelsson.

STEPHAN JANSSON: Tel: +46 (0)19 / 206854 !Mobile: +46 (0)70 / 5506842 E-mail:

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Pressrelease January 14, 2006


Winner of the Best Instrumental Music Award in the 2005 Audiophile Recordings Awards, China!


The Swedish classical guitar player Georg Gulyás’ critically acclaimed CD Albeniz/Ponce/Tarrega recently won the first prize in the category the Best Instrumental Music in the 2005 Audiophile Recordings Awards, China. The award ceremony was held on January 14, 2006 at the modernist Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall. More than 500 guests attended the ceremony, among them many top media executives from Guangdong, Shanghai and Shaanxi. As Guangdong is the leading province for audio and visual products in China, the event attracted a lot of attention and was widely reported in the local magazines and media, and in other Chinese provinces as well.






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