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Hungarian violinist Denes Koromzay was born in Arad on 18 May 1913. He studied at the Franz Liszt Academy, and later emigrated to the USA, living in Colorado from 1962.
He was a founder member of the Hungarian String Quartet and, when the group disbanded in 1972, played with the New Hungarian Quartet.
Denes Koromzay died on 15 July 2001 in Boulder, Colorado, USA, aged eighty-eight.
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