Watch a performance from violinist Geza Hosszu-Legocky and his troupe 5 DeViLs in this session from the 2023 Edinburgh International Festival, recorded in August at the festival’s headquarters, The Hub.
Born in Lausanne to Hungarian-Ukrainian parents, Geza Hosszu-Legocky began playing professionally as a child prodigy. He performed alongside Monserrat Caballé at the age of ten as well as with Ida Haendel and Vadim Repin at the Verbier Music Festival at the age of twelve.
Alongside his classical career, he formed the 5 DeViLs as a way of expressing another vital part of his musical personality, bringing together Eastern European classical styles with popular folk music.
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