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Szilárd Mezei - Albert Márkos Duo
13
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2019
BMC
Library
13 September 2019, 6:00 p.m.
Budapest Music Center - Library
1093 Budapest, Mátyás utca 8.


The Szilárd Mezei - Albert Márkos Duo exists more then 17 years. They play a completely free, spontaneous music based on improvisation. They have been friends for a long time and until now they have 3 collective CDs: Korom (Creative Sources, 2008), Dér (Bandcamp, 2016), Köd (FMR, 2018).

Szilard Mezei completed his violin studies in Senta and Subotica and studied composition for four years at the University of Arts in Belgrade under prof. Zoran Eric.

As violinist, violist, double bass player and composer and in various formations (from duo to nonett). His orchestra plays contemporary improvised music, mostly performing his own compositions. As a composer, Mezei is interested in exploring the relationship between improvisation and composition (similarly to Witold Lutoslawski's aleatoric and Anthony Braxton's creative music methods), incorporating elements of jazz and authentic folk music as well. As a young musician he followed the path of B. Bartók and Gy. Szabados. Mezei is also very actively involved in composing scenic music and plays authentic Hungarian folk music on genuine folk instruments (koboz and oud).

He lead the Szilárd Mezei Trio, Szilárd Mezei Quintet (/ Sextet / Septet / Octet / Ensemble), and plays in many formations (duo, trio, etc.) for improvising music (among others, in duet with György Szabados, and with His orchestra MAKUZ, The Fonda/Stevens Group, Burány Quartet, duet with Albert Márkos).


Albert Márkos cellist and composer was born in 1967 in Cluj-Napoca. He started to play the violin at five, and to play the cello at eight. He studied at the conservatoire and academy of music in Cluj-Napoca. He has been playing in the symphony orchestra of Targu Mures and Cluj-Napoca, he was a member of Concordia Chamber Orchestra. He moved in 1993 in Budapest. As a composer he have has one album - published by BMC - titeled: Hang hangba hull és hangot kerget (BMC CD 197).


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