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.

Hadady László

oboe, englishhorn

Place of Birth
Date of Birth

It was as a Debrecen student of József Kányási that László Hadady (born 1956 in Békésszentandrás) started the Music Academy, where he graduated in 1979.

Between 1976 and 1980 he was a member of the Hungarian State Concert Orchestra, conducted by János Ferencsik, and meanwhile regularly performed with the Ferenc Liszt Chamber Orchestra. Since 1980 he has lived in Paris, and is the solo oboist in Pierre Boulez�Paris chamber orchestra (Ensemble Intercontemporain), but he can also often be heard in the Orchestra of the Paris Opera and the French Radio Symphony Orchestra.

In the 1998-99 season he was the solo oboist for the Budapest Festival Orchestra, and in spring 2003 performed in several concerts and made recordings as the solo oboist of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra. Since 1995 he has been the chamber music and pedagogy teacher of the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique in Paris.

Hadady László has given over 2000 concerts in 45 countries worldwide. He has worked with well-known conductors such as Abbado, Barenboim, Boulez, Chailly, Chung, Dohnányi, Dutoit, Eötvös, Gardelli, Inbal, Maazel, Nagano, Nott, Ozawa, Patane, Robertson, Salonen, Sinopoli, Saraste, and Stenz, and high-ranking orchestras such as the London Philharmonia Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra have invited him to perform as a soloist at several concerts.

Of his chamber music career, particularly noteworthy is his work with the Nielsen Wind Quintet, and also with Shlomo Mintzcel, Zoltán Kocsis, Miklós Perényi, Christian Zacharias, Philip Smith, and the Bartók and Keller Quartets.

His 1987 recording of the 6 Brandenburg Concertos on the BNL label won the �rand Prix Laser D�r�prize from the Academie Francaise du Disque, and his Bach Trio Sonatas released by BMC were most highly commended by the largest American classical music webzine, He has also made solo and chamber music recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, Sony/CBS and Erato labels.

Over the past 25 years he has formed a personal working relationship with the following composers: Berio, Birtwistle, Boulez, Donatoni, Eötvös, Holliger, Kurtág, Ligeti, Stockhausen, and Frank Zappa.

He plays a Lorée Royal, the Stradivarius of the oboe world.
Year Title Publisher Code Remark
1996 Jeney Zoltán: Alef - Hommage á Schönberg; Apollóhoz; Cantos para todos; 12 dal Hungaroton HCD 31653
2000 Bach, J. S. - Revisited BMC Records BMC CD 043
2001 Bach, J.S.: Triószonáták
(Trio Sonatas)
BMC Records BMC CD 049
2001 Mysterious Morning Alpha 10
2003 Bach, J.S.: Oboaversenyek
(Complete oboe concertos)
BMC Records BMC CD 089 Own