1974-1984 F. Liszt Academy of Music
Semyon Snitkovsky, Dénes Kovács, Sándor Végh (Salzburg), György Kurtág, Ferenc Rados, András Mihály
1983-84 Concertmaster of the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
1984-91 Concertmaster of the Budapest Festival Orchestra
1987- Keller Quartet
Regularly held masterclasses in Europa, USA, Canada
1974 International Violin Competition, Usti nad Orlici - II. prize
1983 Hubay Competition, Budapest - I. prize
1988 Evian String Quartet Competition - II. prize, Grand Prix de Critics, Prix Citée Evian
1989 Banff - III. prize
1990 Evian String Quartet Competition - I. prize, and all of the special prices
1990 Borciani String Quartet Competition - I. prize, Pro Quartet Prix
major concerthalls throughout the world such as Koncerthaus,
Musikverein Wien; Wigmore Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Barbican - London, Theatre du Champs Elisée, Chatelet - Paris, Berlin Philharmonie, Liederhalle, Alte Oper, Musikhalle Hamburg, Herkulessaal Münich, La Scala Milan, La Fenice, Accademia della Santa, Caecilia Rome, Palais Beaux Arts Brussel, Amsterdam Concertgebauw, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Town Hall - New York etc.
Edinburgh, Luzern, Salzburg, Montreux, Gstaad, London Proms, Mostly Mozart (New York), Cervantino (Mexico), Ottawa, Schwetzingen, Helsinki, Wiener Festwochen, Schleswig-Holstein, Aldeburgh, Hudders field, Stavanger, Stresa, Kuhmo, Schubertiade, Lockenhaus, Prague Spring etc.
among others as M. Rostropovich, Leon Fleisher, Alicia de Larrocha, Natalia Guttman, Boris Pergamenchikow, Kim Kashkashian, Tabea Zimmermann, Eduard Brunner, Truls Mork, Alexei Ljubimov, Zoltán Kocsis, Michael Collins, Sharon Kam, Paul Meyer, Lars Vokt, Steven Kovacevic, Michel Portal, Dénes Várjon, Miklós Perényi, Elisabeth Leonska...
Hungaroton, Quintana, Col Legno, BMC
ERATO exlusive 1991-1995 (Warner Classics)
ECM since 1995 (Universal)
Deutshe Schallplattenpreis 6 times (Jahrespreis 1995, 1996)
Cannes Classical Award, Diapason d'Or, Repertoire, Choc du Music, Victoire prix, Premio Abbiati (Artist of the Year Italy), Gramophon Award
1995 Liszt Prize (as a member of Keller Quartet)
2012 Merited Artist
2012 Bartók-Pásztory Prize
Special working relations:
András Keller has had a very strong relation with composer György Kurtág since 1978, premiering and performing his music world wide; also intensively works with Ferenc Rados, and worked with Sándor Végh until his death.
András Keller played in all countries of Europe, and several times in Japan. In 2003 he received invitations to perform at the Wiener Festwochen, the Aldeburgh Festival in Rome, Cologne, Hannover, Düsseldorf, Paris, Brussels, Hitzaker, Huddersfield Festival, Maribor Festival, Festival Flanderen (Gent).
His debut was in february 2003 with Orchestre di Padova e Veneto, followed by cooperation with Kremerata Baltica at Lockenhaus Festival.