Early child, it gives in concert the first concerto of Beethoven to eleven years. He enters in 1938 to prestigious the Académie of music Franz-Liszt of Budapest, where Bartók works. He attends the class of writing of Kodály, and that of chamber music of Leo Weiner.
In 1946, it gives its first concert with the Rumanian Philharmonic society under the direction of Georges Enesco. In 1949, it is named professor with the Academy Béla Bartók of Budapest. During ten years, it occurs in all Soviet Europe.
In 1956, driven out by the Hungarian revolution, it settles in Paris. It records works of Bartók, Liszt, Debussy, Brahms and Chopin, and the integral of the sonatas for piano and violoncello of Beethoven and Brahms with János Starker. In 1962, György Sebök again leaves France for the United States; it joined János Starker at the music school of the University of Indiana, Bloomington, and will teach the piano there.
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