A memorial concert to celebrate the life of Agi Jambor was held on 13 October 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. View the full lenth recording of the 2019 concert Agi Jambor Memorial Concert.
Two very special recordings, long considered lost, were discovered in the Special Collections Department of the Bryn Mawr College Library, Pennsylvania, USA and digitised (courtesy of the Special Collections) for this, the Agi Jambor website. The Bryn Mawr Special Collections acts as the final repository for the historical analog and digital records of Bryn Mawr from its founding in 1885 to the present day.
First is the restored disc recording of Agi Jambor playing the Chopin Variations Là ci darem la mano at her first appearance at Carnegie Hall, New York in 1949. A great example of her mastery of the keyboard and her resilience.
Secondly, Psalmus Humanus was composed in 1964 at Woods Hole, a village on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Music by Agi Jambor with words written and spoken by the Nobel Laureate Albert Szent Györgyi. A haunting siren against the follies of war.
Agi also has a selection of music recordings on YouTube