Four Bones Trombone Quartet, Hungary, 2009

Tour Dates: 9 Apr - 20 Apr, 2009

“…I have known an extremely well-prepared, reliable and musical group in Four Bones Quartet. They had an unforgettable performance on the classical music stage of Sziget Festival…”

- David Zsoldos, CEO Fidelio

Magyar Péter - trombone
Villányi László - trombone
Halász Ágoston - trombone
Gyetvai Péter - bass trombone

The Music Academy graduates of Four Bones Trombone Quartet (2002) are really committed to their elegant and special musical instruments.

Since its formation, the Quartet has given successful concerts on several events and festivals in Hungary and abroad. They regularly perform on the programs of the Long Night of Museums. They have played on Sziget Festival, Museums` Festival, Plein Art Contemporary Art Festival and Söndörgő Festival. The group has already appeared in the Palace of Arts, in the Great Concert Hall of the Music Academy, in Ludwig Museum, in the Museum of Fine Arts and in the French Institute. They have already given concerts in Austria, England, Romania and Germany. The Quartet was invited to the final of the Trombone Competition and Festival of Birmingham in 2006, organized by the International Trombone Association (ITA). The Quartet has a wide repertoire from the early Renaissance to 21st century contemporary music, from Classical melodies, through light rhythms to jazz.

The versatility of the Quartet was shown in a performance representing different arts in June 2007 in the Palace of Arts. They have created a completely new genre with that performance. The performance was featuring recognized artists such as János Nagy composer pianist, who is also the composer of the play (Impressions), Bea Palya singer, Orsolya Karafiáth poetess and Tamás “Tobzi” Kovács. The work of photographers made the performance even more interesting.

The Quartet has performed in various significant concert halls as a jazz formation accompanying outstanding artists such as the great singer, Zita Gereben.

Significant performances:

2004. Sziget Festival
2005. Long Night of Museums, Plein-Art Festival
2006. Ludwig Museum, Museums` Festival, Museum of Fine Arts – inauguration of Tiziano Exhibition, Great Concert Hall of the Music Academy, England
2007. Old Music Academy
2007. Palace of Arts - Festival Theatre- Impressions, independent performance, Sziget Festival
2008. Austria-Fővárosi Zeneigyűjtemény, Hungarian Cultural institute of Bukarest, Zsombolya
2008. French Institute-Friday Night Jazz, Plein Art Contemporary Art Festival

Magyar Péter - 1st trombonist
1995 National Competition of Schools of Music (Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County)
1997 National Competition of Schools of Music (Budapest) - 1st prize
2002 National Competition of Schools of Musical Arts (Pécs) - 2nd prize and special prize
2000-2002 independent concerts in the course of series of concerts of Young Soloists
2008 Prima Primissima Prize (Budapest) - award of art
Participated in many symphony orchestras (Danubia Orchestra of Óbuda, Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Hungarian State Opera, Modern Art Orchestra). 

Villányi László - 2nd trombonist
2003 Hungarian National Gallery - Hungarian Radio live broadcast - independent  concert
2004 National Competition of Universities of Musical Arts (Debrecen) - special prize
Participated in many symphony orchestras like soloist  (Alba Regia Symphony Orchestra of Székesfehérvár, Hungarian State Opera, Modern Art Orchestra)  

Halász Ágoston - 3rd trombonist
1999 National Music Arts Competition (Budapest) - special prize
2000 Competition of Weiner Leó Institute of Musical Arts(Budapest) -1st prize
2004 National Competition of Universities of Musical Arts (Debrecen) - 3rd prize
2002 participated in MISO (Young Musician International Symphony Orchestra)
participated in many symphony orchestras, Modern Art Orchestra, Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok 

Gyetvai Péter - bass trombonist
Founder and head of the ensemle.
1994-1997 member of the Big Band of Weiner Leó Institute of Musical Arts and the German School of Budapest - awarded at many national and international competitions
2002 Austria, Eisenstadt - Competition of Joseph Haydn Music Academy - 2nd prize
Participated in many symphony orchestras both in Hungary and abroad (Joseph Haydn Symphony Orchestra, Danubia Orchestra of Óbuda, Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok


Reviews

“…I have known an extremely well-prepared, reliable and musical group in Four Bones Quartet. They had an unforgettable performance on the classical music stage of Sziget Festival…”

- David Zsoldos, CEO Fidelio

“…The virtuoso quartet with its four young members is our well-prepared and reliable partner. Their talented and fascinating music has deservedly become the favorite of our visitors…”

- Agnes Szebenyi, Országos Szinháztörténeti Intézet

“…Those who eye-and ear-witnessed the “Impressions”, composed for the Four Bones Quartet, probably agree that special and from most of us hidden sounds were born in this contemporary work. The play of the four wind instruments itself is already surprisingly daring, almost provoking…”

- Magyar Hírlap

“…The audience, under the pressure of the nice journey’s impressions, realizes the accomplishment behind the live performance only hours after the performance. That these professional artists have experienced new and unknown fields in “Impressions”. They have participated in a risky adventure and have shared its freshness and excitement with the audience…”

- kultura.hu


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