“He is the pianist and at the same time one of its creative composers of the Modern Art Orchestra. I love his compositions, and our friendship lasts for decades. His sensitive harmonisations and taste impact me a lot.” Kornél Fekete-Kovács

A pianist, composer and music arranger, was born in Pecs, Hungary.
After his studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, he became part of the Hungarian and International Jazz scene. Throughout his career, he played with such award winning international stars as: Peter Erskine, Wallace Rooney, Johnny Griffin, David Liebman, Zbigniew Namyslowski, Silje Nergaard, Bob Mintzer, Bireli Lagrene, The Harlem Gospel Choir, Rhoda Scott, Adam Nussbaum, Kurt Elling, Peo Alfonsi, Gumbi Ortiz, Al Di Meola; among many others.


  • 2006: Received the Emerton Award, as the pianist of the best jazz album of the year
  • 2008: Received the Artisjus Award for serving the Hungarian musical culture by performing works of contemporary Hungarian Composers.
  • 2014: Received the Best Soloist Award, VII Jazzy Song Competition