Since 2005 Barnabás Kelemen is a violin professor at Franz Liszt Music Academy Budapest and since 2014 at “Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln”. Guest professor at Bloomington Indiana University. Regularly master classes. Numerous CD recordings, awarded with “Diapason d´Or“, prize of the German Record Critics and Grand Prix du Disque of International Liszt Society. Wide-ranging repertoire from classical to contemporary music. First performances in Hungaria as well as world premieres of works from Ligeti, Schnittke, Gubaidulina and Kurtág. Concerts with orchestras such as BBC Symphony, Helsinki Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic and Hungarian National Philharmonic under conductors such as O. Elts, P. Öetvös, I. Fischer, G. Takács-Nagy. Active chamber musician i.a. with Zoltán Kocsis und José Gallardo, as well as concerts worldwide with the Kelemen Quartet. Plays a Guarneri del Gesú violin from 1742, provided by the Hungarian state.