Classical, Romantic, and Modern specialist and chamber musician. He recorded both Debussy and Schumann's complete solo piano music.
He was a student at Budapest's Franz Liszt Academy of Music and the winner of numerous piano competitions throughout the latter half of the 1950s.
He accepted a position as Professor of Piano at the Yale School of Music in New Haven, Connecticut.
His family was living in Hungary when he was born, but he chose to live in England, then in the United States.
He studied with Maria Curcio, Artur Schnabel's final and most beloved student.