Édua Amarilla Zádory is a renowned Austro-Hungarian violinist with an extensive international career. Among others, she grew up under the influence of great masters such as Yehudi Menuhin, Heinrich Schiff, Ruha István, Tibor Varga and Günter Pichler, from the Alban Berg Quartett. Her interpretation style is unique, imprinting her personnel seal on each performance. Unlimited creativity and passion in each musical phrase turn her style unmatched. To her credit are her albums ‘Pancho Vladigerov: Chamber music’, 2006, recorded with Raluca Stirbat on piano, and Rudolf Leopold on cello, for the Hungaroton label; ‘From Jewish and Hungarian soul’, 2012, with Anastasiia Dombrovska on piano, and her soloist ‘Heavy’, 2017, consisting exclusively of works dedicated to the performer herself, and published by the Genuin label. In addition to this exciting production is her brand new ‘Neverland’, 2022, recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with pianists Ricardo Donati, Gerardo Delgado, Juan Ufor and Hernán Quintela. Her preference for chamber music has led her to join the Hungaria piano trio with Balázs Szokolay on piano and Tamás Varga on cello. They performed memorable performances at the Spring Festival, 2009, in Budapest, Hungary and the Konzerthaus Chamber Music Cycle in Vienna, Austria. She also formed the duo Edan, with Anastasiia Dombrovska, which was awarded in 2009 with the first prize of the notable Concorso Internazionale di Musica da Camera Gaetano Zinetti, Verona, Italy.