Pianist Noémi Görög (born 1984 in Subotica) graduated in 2007, at the University of Arts, Faculty of Music in Belgrade, under Professor Ninoslav Živković. In 2013 she completed her doctoral studies at the same institution, again supervised by the same professor. The title of her work was Rhapsody in piano literature in the 19th and 20th century.
She is the prize-winner of several international piano competitions held in:
Belgrade, Serbia (“Petar Konjović” International Piano Competition, 2002. – I prize, “EPTA” Piano Competition, 2003. – II prize, “Dr Vojislav Vučković” Piano Memorial, 2005. – II prize, 2007. – III prize and 2011.-I prize and overall Laureat, “Davorin Jenko” International Piano Competition, 2009.-I prize and overall Laureat),
Paris, France (“Nikolai Rubinstein” International Piano Competition, 1997.– I, special prize), Turin, Italy (“Young Pianists International Competition “, 1999. – I, special prize), Copenhagen, Denmark (“Young Musician International Competition “, 2000. – I, special prize with gold medal), Rome, Italy (“Young Pianists International Competition”, 2002. – II prize).
As the most talented piano student at the Belgrade Faculty of Music she was awarded the “Olga Mihajlović” prize for the academic year 2008.
She has performed solo-recitals and concerts in Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary, Denmark, Austria, Italy, Romania, France, Greece, Belgium, Israel and USA.
She also performed with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Vojvodina, the Symphonic Orchestra of Belgrade, Faculty of Music from Serbia, the Szeged Symphony Orchestra from Hungary, and The Odeon Youth Symphony Orchestra from Munich, Germany.
She has attended master-classes held by Márta Gulyás, Jenő Jandó, Imre Rohmann, Yuri Bogdanov, Jacques Francois Antoniolli and Jacques Rouvier.
She has recorded for various radio and television studios, including: Pannon RTV (Subotica), RTV (Novi Sad) 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 and the current artistic director of the “Electe” Association Subotica created in 2010. “Electe” plays a key role in complementing and supporting the regional artistic scene by making music more accessible to the public with a balanced program of high quality concerts. Audiences can hear distinguished artists from home and abroad, as well as young, unknown artists with the necessary talent and desire to enhance the cultural scene of the city and the province.
The “Electe” Association Subotica is one of the few organizations in Serbia that was awarded with the EFFE label 2015-2016 as one of Europe’s finest festivals.
Besides her role with “Electe” she also acts as the artistic director of the International Piano Festival in Subotica.
She started teaching at the Teacher Training Faculty in Hungarian language in Subotica, University of Novi Sad in 2013. She is the Head of the Arts and Physical education Department at this institution.