|Address:||9209 Grundy Ln|
|City/State/Zip:||Chatsworth, CA 91311-6353|
As a concert violinist, Endre Balogh has performed as soloist with the Berlin Philharmonic, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Zürich Tonhalle Orchestra, Frankfurt Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the orchestras of Washington D.C., Seattle, and Dallas, to name just a few. In the course of his career he worked with such eminent musicians as Zubin Mehta, Edo de Waart, Christoph von Dohnåanyi, Vladimir Horowitz, Leonard Pennario, and André Watts. He is also an accomplished chamber musician and toured with the renowned “Pacific Trio” throughout the world for over 30 years. He now performs with the “Emerson Piano Trio” which, in addition to the standard repertory is devoted to performing the works of Late 19th - early 20th Century American composers such as Charles Ives.
Beyond that, he is an award-winning photographer, whose works are displayed in many prestigious collections. He has had several solo gallery showings of his work at the Karpeles Museum in Santa Barbara, California. In 2010, “Shutterbug” Magazine chose one of his photos to grace the cover of their annual “Expert Photo Techniques” guide. In 2015 he was one of only 35 photographers worldwide to be named a “Diamond” photographer by the Professional Photographers Association of America and in early 2016, he was named “Number Two” among the “Top Ten Photographers In California” by the Professional Photographers Association of California. A 136 page, hardbound, coffee table book - "The (not so) Little Book Of Surprises" by Deirdre Hade and William Arntz was released in 2016. It features Endre's art and photography on every page, including the cover. Endre’s “Sacred Geometry” artworks - now numbering well over 600 - are among the most widely known of that genre in the world.