Artist database

This is the Artist Database of BMC, which includes information about composers, musicians, orchestras, choirs and groups that are either Hungarian or Hungarian by origin or live in Hungary, as well as information about releases recorded with them.

Intermoduláció Kamaraegyüttes (Ensemble Intermodulation)

Orchestra, choir, ensemble


The Ensemble Intermodulation was established by young musicians recently graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 1985. In the beginning it was a group of independent artists who decided to work within the frames of a foundation from 2000 onwards. The aristic aim of the ensemble is to present and spread the Hungarian and foreigh trends of 20th century, and contemporary music in Hungary and abroad and to inspire the composition of new works.

Intermodulation strives to become one of the so-called European ensemble formations which means an orchestra of soloists of bariable force, as necessary, performing a repertoire starting with chamber music for small forces through chamber symphony and music for small orchestra.
So far Intermodulation has given more than eighty concerts and made noumerous radio, television and CD recordings. Several first performances and a lot of Hungarian premiers are associated with its name.

The ensemble has been awarded the Artisjus Prize on several occasions for performing new Hungarian musical life Intermodulation takes part in the following festivals on a regular basis: Budapest Spring Festival, Budapest Autumn Festival, Music of Our Ages, a concert cycle of the Hungarian Radio, Minifestival, Bartók Seminar and Festival in Szombathely. A programme entitled Hangszemle (Sound review) has been launched at Intermodulation’s own initiative in 1999 and it gives a representative selection from recent Hungarian chamber music composed the year before. Ensemble Intermodulation has given concerts in the following European towns so far: Rome, Vienna, Prague, Karlsruhe, Freiburg, Paris, Forbach, Bath, Helsinki and Linz.

The artistic direction of the orchestra is in the hands of László Tihanyi.