|Attila Falvay (violin)
Was admitted to the Ferenc Liszt Academy at the age of sixteen and pursued his studies under the direction of Prof. Snitkowsky. In 1979 he was awarded the Second Prize at the Szigeti International Violin Competition. The following year he won the First Prize of the Hubay Competition. He completed a post graduate course conducted by Prof. Josef Sívó at the Academy of Music, Vienna. Falvay joined the Kodály String Quartet in 1980.
In 1980 he joined the KQ, as leader of which he received in 1990 (as member of quartet) the Merited Artist award of the Hungarian state, in 1996 the Bartók-Pásztory prize.
|Erika Tóth (violin)
Received her Artist Degree and Doctorate (DLA) from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. She also studied at the Yale Summer School (US), the Banff Centre (Canada) and at the University of Wisconsin (US). In 1978 she joined the Eder String Quartet with whom she performed intensely worldwide until 1986. They recorded, amongst many other works, the complete Bartók String Quartets, the Haydn Op.76 for TEL-DEC and participated in the world premiers of Kurtág's Mikroludium and the Schnittke 3rd String Quartet. In 1989 she moved to Perth, Western Australia, where she founded the Stirling String Quartet with her husband, Pal Eder. Since 1997, she resides in Budapest, where she performs with various chamber ensembles and teaches violin and chamber music. She joined the Kodály String Quartet in June 2005.
|János Fejérvári (viola)
Completed violin and viola studies at the Ferenc Liszt Academy in Budapest. While studying, he attended chamber music classes conducted by György Kurtág and András Schiff.
|György Éder (cello)
Studied in Prof. Ede Banda's class at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music. After completing his degree further studies led him to USA and Canada (Yale University, 1978, the Banff Center School of Fine Arts, 1983, University of Wisconsin, 1984-85).