Budapest concert-goers love those evenings when Endre Hegedűs presents two, sometimes three pianoconcertos at once. October 15th, 2000 was the first time, on which occasion Brahms' two wonderful concertos were performed in collaboration with Tamás Vásáry and the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. The dialogue of a symphony orchestra and a piano soloist is an ever-exciting and almost always sold-out musical event. The most recent concert of this kind was held just two days before the lockdown came in effect thanks to the COVID-19 crisis, on March 9th 2020, in the Grand Hall of Franz Liszt Academy of Music, featuring Mozart's D minor and Beethoven's G major concertos, with the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Dániel Szabó. More than 35 orchestral concerts have been organized at Liszt Academy as well as at Béla Bartók National Concert Hall. Four of the concert recordings have been published as CD+DVD albums by Studio Liszt Productions. The next plan is to present Chopin's E minor and Tshaikovsky's B minor concertos at Franz Liszt Academy, in collaboration with the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. Solo and chamber music eves are also held three times a year at Liszt Academy and twice at Pesti Vigadó.