Hungarian-born pianist who relocated to America. He was known for his mastery of Viennese traditional composers. He was students in the Franz Liszt Academy of Music where he was qualified by Erno Dohnanyi. He was dubbed the Commandeur du Mérite Artistique et Culturel in 1968 by France honoring his mastery of Claude Debussy. He started his piano research with his mom Valerie Ipolye. His huge repertoire leaned greatly on the functions of Bela Bartok, and he dealt with the brand new York premiere from the composer’s Second Piano Concerto in 1947 at Carnegie Hall.