The Hungarian tenor, Boldizsár Keönch, is also a teacher of solo singing in the vocal faculty of the Franz Liszt Music Academy. He has worked widely in Europe, as well as in America and Australia, as an oratorio and lieder singer. He has appeared on a variety of recordings both at home and abroad. Besides contemporary music, his principal specialties are Baroque and classical era oratorios and the Romantic song literature. György Ránki, Ferenc Farkas and György Kósa all dedicated works to him.
Recordings: F. Cavalli: Laetatus sum, Magnificat; M.A. Charpentier: Te deum; Hollós Máté: Fölfelé hulló levelek éneke; Lajos Bárdos: Choral Works; Dario Castello, Philibert Delavigne, Claude Gervaise, Jacques-Christophe Naudot, Tylman Susato, Antonio Vivaldi: Baroque & Renaissance Music; Mandel Róbert: Hurdy-gurdy Collection