Görög Enikő was born 1987 in Subotica (Serbia).
She completed her Bachelor and Specialist studies at the University of Arts, Faculty of Music in Belgrade under the supervision of Professor Ninoslav Živković, with whom she also completed her Doctoral degree in 2017. Her topic was “Béla Bartók as editor of Bach’s, Mozart’s, Schubert’s, as well as his own works”. Currently she is working as piano professor and accompanist at the University of Szeged, Faculty of Music.
She has taken part in numerous national and international piano competitions:
Paris (France) – 1997, 1st prize (“Nicolai Rubinstein”)
Niš (Serbia) – 1998, 1st prize (national “Young Pianists’ Competition”)
Turin (Italy) – 1999, 1st prize (“International Competition for Young Pianists”)
Copenhagen (Denmark) – 2000, 1st prize (“International Competition for Young Musicians”)
Radford (Virginia, USA) – 2001, 2nd prize (“Bartók – Prokofieff – Kabalewsky International Piano Competition”)
Šabac (Serbia) – 2001 & 2003, 1st prizes (“Young Pianists’ Festival”)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2005, 2nd prize (national “EPTA 2005” piano competition)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2006, 2nd prize (“Belgrade Young Talents’ Podium”)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2008, 1st prize (“Davorin Jenko” Open Piano Competition)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2009, 1st prize & Laureate title (“Dr Vojislav Vučković” International Piano Competition)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2009, 3rd prize and the special prize for the best performance of the obligatory Serbian piece (“Jeunesses Musicales” International Piano Competition)
Szeged (Hungary) – 2010, 2nd prize (“B.Bartók” International Piano Competition)
In 2009 she was proclaimed as the “student of the year” at the University of Art, Faculty of Music in Belgrade.
She has played numerous solo and chamber music recitals in Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Italy, Denmark, Belgium, Israel and USA and appeared as a soloist with the Subotica and Szeged Philharmonic orchestras, the “Simphonietta” chamber orchestra from Budapest, with the Belgrade Radio and Television Orchestra and The Odeon Youth Symphony Orchestra from Munich, Germany.
She has recorded for various radio and television studios, including: Pannon RTV (Subotica), RTV (Novi Sad), RTS (Belgrade) in Serbia, MTV1 (Budapest), Duna TV (Budapest) , MR3-Bartók Rádió (Budapest) in Hungary and Radio Vaticana (Rome) in Italy.
She is one of the founders of the “Electe” Association Subotica created in 2010, as well as the acting coordinator for international relations (Hungary).
She is a member of piano duo “Görög Sisters” (with her sister, Noémi).
They have also won numerous prizes in various national and international piano competitions for duos:
Turin (Italy) – 1999, 1st & special prize (“International Competition for Young Pianists”)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2000, 1st (national “Competition for Piano Duos”)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2001, 3rd prize (International “Petar Konjović” Competition)
Belgrade (Serbia) – 2001. 1st prize & the Laureate title (Open Competition “Davorin Jenko”)
Rome (Italy) – 2002, 3rd prize (“Roma 2002” International Piano Duo Competition)
Oslo (Norway) – 2010, 3rd prize (“E. Grieg”, International Piano Duo Competition).
Pörtschach (Austria)-2016, 2nd prize (“23rd International Johannes Brahms Competition”)