He was one of the founders of Danubia Symphony Orchestra, Budapest in 1993 and until 2003 he was the orchestra's principal trombonist. He has been also the principal trombonist of the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra from 1997. He is the member of Höna Trombone Quartet from 1997, he played in Ensemble Pro Brass also from that year until 2002 and in Ewald Brass Quintet until 2003. He has been playing in Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa, Japan from 2004. He took part in Corpus Trombone Quartet from 2005 until 2016.
He won with Ewald Brass Quintet many international competition e.g. in China, USA, Germany, France and Hungary. He won also the first place of Balog-Zolcz Trombone Competition in 1995, and in 2010 together with Corpus Trombone Quartet he won the International Brass Chamber Music Competition Passau, Germany.
He has had a lot of masterclasses in Hungary and abroad e.g. in Japan, in the USA, Italy and Greece.
He played together e.g. with Tamas Vasary, Adam Fischer, Ivan Fischer, Andras Ligeti, Peter Eötvös, Helmut Rilling, Jose Cura, Michiyoshi Inoue, Hiroyuki Iwaki, Rico Saccani, Sir Neville Marriner, Kobayashi Kenichiro, Shlomo Mintz, Yuri Simonov, Daniel Oren, Gregory Vajda, Janos Kovacs, Domonkos Heja, Andras Keller.
He received in 2000, 2008 and 2009 the Artisjus Prize. He won the same prize together with Corpus Trombone Quartet in 2011. And he got the Liszt Prize as a member of Ewald Brass Quintet in 2002.
He is the member of Tongyeong Festival Orchestra from 2014. Since 2008 he is professor at University of Debrecen, Faculty of Music.
Dubrovay László: Brummadza tánca
- Kamarazene réz- és fafúvósokra
(Dubrovay, László: Brummadza's Dance - Chamber Music for Brass and Woodwind)
|2000||Pro Brass: In & Out||Atem Music||ATMU CD20001|
|2001||Ewald Rézfúvós Kvintett: Chamber Music||Gramy Records||GR-030|
|2003||Ewald Rézfúvos Kvintett: Popular Music||Allegro Thaler|
Lappi, Pietro: Brescia ünnepi zenéi - 12 canzone
(Lappi, Pietro: Ceremonial Music of Brescia - 12 canzone)
Serei, Soós és Vidovszky művei - Rondino Fesztivál 2004
(Works of Serei, Soós, Vidovszky Rondino Festival 2004)