Tunde Krasznai - Pianist and Recent UCLA Graduate

About Tunde Krasznai

Tunde Krasznai is an Hungarian pianist based in the United States, and a recent graduate of UCLA, where she earned her second masters degree in music performance and therapy as part of the Fulbright Scholarship program. While attending UCLA, Tunde Krasznai served as a teaching associate in a number of undergraduate classes, and volunteered with the Gluck Outreach Program performing concerts and providing musical therapy in schools, assisted living facilities, hospitals, and other community centers throughout Los Angeles. Additionally, she served as a one-on-one music teacher to children and professionals.

Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Ms. Krasznai served as a piano teacher and instructor at the LASALLE College of Arts. During this time, she performed a number of concerts as a Steinway artist, resulting in her being named The Best New Pianist Discovery in South East Asia, following a performance at Singapore’s Botanic Gardens. Throughout her career she has performed concertos with orchestras in her native Hungary, and she has given concerts across the world, including performances in the UAE, Qatar, Italy, Germany, Greece Canada, and various venues in the United States. Ms. Krasznai has been competing in piano competitions since she was 10 years old.