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.

Fekete István

trumpet, flugelhorn, saxophone, electric bass

Place of Birth
Date of Birth

István Fekete was born in Budapest on 8 November 1957.

Throughout his career he has been a member of the band 'Kis Rákfogó', the Mihály Dresch Quintet, the Sándor Vajda Quartet, and György Szabados's ensemble, MAKUZ. From 1985 he spent longer periods of time abroad, among other places in Norway, Finnland (Pori), Sweden, and Switzerland.

His most important albums include: 'Kis Rákfogó', György Szabados: 'Adyton', Márta Téli: Quiet Motion, 'István Gyárfás István Quintet'.
Year Title Publisher Code Remark
1982 Deák Big Band: Azok a húszas évek ... - Világslágerek angol nyelven Pepita SLPX 17681 LP
1983 Kaszakő: Édenkert Hungaroton HCD 17763
1993 Greg Földvári: Touch Wood Magánkiadás MKB 0002
1994 Téli Márta: Quiet Motion Magánkiadás TM 001
1998 Babos Project Romani: Egyszer volt
(Once Upon a Time)
2001 Egri János: Soft Waves Universal KCG 006
2004 The Howling Spirit HUMABEN Records 4558/2004
2004 Babos Project Romani feat. Trilok Gurtu: Hetvenöt Perc
(Babos Project Romani featuring Trilok Gurtu: 75 Minutes)
Magánkiadás 00002
2004 Vasvári Pál: Night Runner Brüll Note Records BN 0401
2005 Hungarian Jazz Store BMC HMIC BMC PCD 016 Not for sale - only for promotion / 4 CDs
2006 Old Amsterdam Magánkiadás STS-CD-044
2012 Live at the Jazz Cafe Periferic Records BGCD 216