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Praised by the critics for her debut recordings as a“ superb virtuoso with a prodigious technique“ (American Record Guide)  and her performances being described as "an overwhelming experience" (Fanfare-USA) the Brazilian Débora Halász is among the leading South American pianists of her generation. Winner of the most important competitions in her native country, she gave her debut with the "São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra" at the age of fifteen. Four years later the Critics' Prize  (APCA) named her as the best soloist of the year for her interpretation of Rachmaninov’s Third Piano Concerto.  Her wide discography includes works by Alberto  Ginastera, Dimitri  Schostakowich,  Sofia  Gubaidulina,  Hans  Werner  Henze,  Mario  Castelnuovo‐Tedesco  and  Radamaés  Gnattali.

The complete recording of Heitor Villa-Lobos' piano music  was enthusiastically acclaimed by the international press as "the most successful account of Villa-Lobos on record" (Fanfare-USA) and by  the AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE  :"impossible to imagine a more powerful advocate for this music than Débora Halász. Her vivid pianism brings every note to life!"

 Débora Halász is  guest performer  in many European and South American Festivals as Bath-England, Brandenburgischer Sommer-Geermany, Mikkeli-Finland, Menton-France, Campos do Jordão-Brazil,etc. and a partner by musicians as Patrick Gallois, Ingolf Turban , Rudens Turku, Lavard Skou Larsen, Sebastian Hess , Sophia Reuter and Wen Sinn Yang. 

With her husband, Franz Halász,  she built  the “Duo Halasz”, guitar and piano/harpsichord praised by the critic as “magnificent”, “an exciting team” and “a fascinating and  multifarious experience”.
Débora  Halász  teaches  at  the  University  of  Music  and  Performing  Arts in Munich.