Tibor Varga may refer to:
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Tibor is a masculine given name found throughout Europe.
Nagy is the most common Hungarian surname, meaning "great".
Tibor Varga was a violinist, conductor and pedagogue of worldwide renown.
Francesco De Angelis is an Italian violinist, both leader and soloist of the Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala and Filarmonica della Scala. He is internationally acclaimed as one of the major talented musician by critics and public alike. The peculiarity of his performances is an unmistakable romantic sound blended with the bel canto style and with the rigour of the middle-European instrumental tradition.
Michel Strauss is a French cellist.
Vadim Brodski is a Polish-Ukrainian violinist, longtime resident of Rome, Italy. A descendant of Adolf Brodsky, Vadim was born in Kiev, where he played as the soloist of Kiev Philharmonic at the age of 11. He received the first prizes at many of the international violin contests in which he participated, including the Wieniawski contest in 1977 (Poland), Paganini contest in 1984 (Italy), and Tibor Varga in 1984 (Switzerland), and fifth prize at the 1974 Tchaikovsky competition.
The Hungarian violin school started with Jòzsef Joseph Böhm, when in 1819 he began to teach the first violin class of Vienna's Conservatory. Böhm studied in Budapest, with his father, and with Pierre Rode, so he is the link between the French school and the Hungarian one.
Aleksandr Skvortsov may refer to:
Ilian Gârnet is a Moldovan violinist.
Bohuslav Matoušek is a Czech violinist and violist. At present he is a lecturer at the Academy of Music in Prague and JAMU.
Tibor Melichárek is a Slovak professional ice hockey player.
Tibor Varga is a Slovak professional ice hockey player currently playing for the MHC Martin of the Slovak Extraliga. Varga has previously played with HC Slovan Bratislava in the Slovak Extraliga, Bakersfield Condors of the ECHL, and the Huntsville Havoc and Mississippi Riverkings of the Southern Professional Hockey League.
The Hungarian women's national ice hockey team represents Hungary at the International Ice Hockey Federation's IIHF World Women's Championships. The women's national team is controlled by Magyar Jégkorong Szövetség. As of 2016, Hungary has 477 female players. The Hungarian women's national team is ranked 19th in the world.
Jozsef Lendvay is a Hungarian violinist.
Greg or Gregory Scott may refer to:
Dezideriu Varga is a former Romanian ice hockey player. He played for the Romania men's national ice hockey team at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, and the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck.
Gilbert Varga is a British conductor and the Principal Conductor of the Taipei Symphony Orchestra.
Tibor Heinrich von Omorovicza was a sailor and ice hockey player from Hungary, who represented his country at the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam, Netherlands and the 1928 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Hungary has participated in all 17 editions of the FINA World Aquatics Championships, held since the first edition of 1973 World Aquatics Championships, winning 97 podiums, including 38 world titles, 29 silver medals and 30 bronze medals.