He was born in Budapest, in 1953. He studied violin at the Liszt Ferenc College of Music, Budapest. In 1978, he founded the Group 180, playing contemporary music, with which he performed in many concert halls in Europe until the break-up of the group in 1990. He wrote five pieces for the group that have also been recorded, and during that time he played together with major figures in the music world of today.

 

Discography:

1982

GROUP 180 DISC

1989

SONGS OF MALDOROR

1994

SONGS OF PEARL

2000

HENOCH'S APOCALYPSE

2002

2002

2003

ARMENIAN LEGEND

CELLO MANIA

ABOUT TIME AND THE RIVER

 

Opera videos:

1988

THE EMPIRE OF SMILES(directed by András Jeles)

1994

KLEIST DIES (directed by András Jeles)

 

Selected theatre works:

 

SOMEWHERE IN RUSSIA (d.: A. Jeles) Csiki Gergely Theatre, Kaposvár

KATE OF HEILBRONN ( d.: Attila Réthly) Csiky Gergely Theatre, Kaposvár

HELLO TOLSTOY (d.: A. Jeles) Merlin Theatre, Budapest

IPHIGENIA IN AULIS (d. : P. Valló) Radnóti Theatre, Budapest

BROTHERLY LOVE (d.: P. Valló) Új Theatre, Budapest

THE DUSK OF WONDER (d.: Attila Réthly) Új Theatre, Budapest

MEDEIA VARIATIONS (d.: Zoltán Kamondi) Miskolc

CANDIDE (d.: Zoltán Kamondi) Thália Theatre, Budapest

HOME, HOME (d.: Árpád Schilling) Paris, Budapest

 

Ballet:

 

MYTHICAL EAGLE Artus Studio

LOST WORLD House of Traditions

 

Filmography:

 

SHOOTING GALLERY (directed by Árpád Sopsits)
VIDEO BLUES (directed by Árpád Sopsits)
LOST LEADING MAN (directed by Árpád Sopsits)
PATHS OF DEATH AND ANGELS (directed by Zoltán Kamondi)
THE ALCHEMIST AND THE VIRGIN (directed by ZoltániKamondi)
GOLDEN DECK-CHAIR (directed by Zoltán Kamondi)
PARAMICHA (directed by Júlia Szederkeny)
ESPRESSO (directed by Tamás Sas)
RED BEAST (directed by Károly Makk)
WHY WASN1T HE THERE (directed by András Jeles)
DREAM-BRIGADE (directed by András Jeles)
MIST (directed by Krisztina Deák)
NATASHA (directed by Tamás Tóth)
TAMÁS AND JULI (directed by Ildikó Enyedi)
AWAKING (directed by Judit Elek)
GLAMOUR (directed by Frigyes Gödrös)

TEMPTATIONS (d.: Zoltán Kamondi)