Kompozíciók

Ballada For Chorus and Orchestra (forthcoming
Libretto: György Dragomán. Commissioned by the Hungarian Radio Chorus and Orchestra supported by Canada Council for the Arts and Hungarian Cultural Fund.

Gossamer II. Double quartet for double quartet (four saxophones, viola, percussion, guitar and piano) 2019 
Commissioned by the SALT Festival for New Music, supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and Hungarian Cultural Fund. Premier: 22-24 August 2019, SALT New Music Festival.

tum liimus For string ensemble 2019
Commissioned by the Hungarian Bartók Radio. Premiered at the ArTRIUM New Music Festival, Hungarian Bartók Radio, Budapest, on 29 May 2019, by Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra.
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Music for the Eyes - music-installation for 4-12 musicians for 3 conductors and one (or more) instrumentalist 7’ 2018
Premiered at the NEW{Spirit&Music} Festival, Hold Street Reformed Church, Budapest, on 17 May 2018.
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Gossamer I for two saxophones, viola, percussion, guitar and piano 10’ 2017
Premiered at the SALT Festival for New Music on 18 August 2017. Commissioned by the SALT Festival for New Music
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Movement Vowen Aria for orchestra 12’ 2015
3.3.3.3 – 4.3.3.1 – t+5 – pf/cel.hp.bgit – strings: 14.12.8.8.6 – live-electronics
Premiered in Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Miskolc in February 2016. Commissioned by the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Miskolc.
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Atem auf dem Spiegel For viola solo (transcription) 2015
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A Woman for computer keyboard, live electronics, visuals 30’ 2011
Solo performance for computer-keyboard, live-electronics and visuals based on excerpts from Péter Esterházy: A Woman (work in progress). Premiered on 22 August 2011, in Vienna, Austria.
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Major in Recycling For violin and live electronics 8’ 2009
Premiered on 12 December 2009, Institute of Musical Sciences, Budapest. Commissioned by the Kodály Scholarship Foundation Hungary

Atem auf dem Spiegel For Solo Cello 2008
Premiered by Gerhard Waiz at the Austrian Cultural Forum Rome, Italy
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Hauch-Tanz For soprano, tuba, and bass drum 2008
Premiered by Kaoko Amano (S.), József Bazsinka Jr. (tuba), Matthew Jenkins (gr.c.) on 15 November 2008, at WienModern Live-Broadcasting, Alte Schmiede, Vienna, Austria. Commissioned by Festival Wien Modern.
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 ...so imperfect, so human... For violin, viola, cello, piano, and gu-zheng 2007
Premiered by Hibiki Osama (vl.), WeiYa Lin (vla.), Tomasz Skweres (vlc.), Judit Varga (pf.) Ming Wang (guzheng) on 15 December 2007, at Alte Schmiede, Vienna, Austria. Commissioned by CrossXian-Konzerte Vienna
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Thalassa Hyaline – Oratorio For contratenor solo, 2 spatialized solo clarinets and orchestra 15’ 2007
Libretto: excerpts from Genesis and Apocalysis in Hebrew, Ancient Greek and Hungarian.
Contratenor solo – 2 solo clarinets in space – 3(1).2(1).2(1).3(1)-4.3.3.1-t+4-hp, pno, tape – strings. Premiered by József Csapó (contratenor), Csaba Klenyán, Lajos Rozmán (cl.), Bálint Bolcsó (electronics), Savaria Symphony Orchestra, Csaba Ajtony Szakács (cond.) on 8 June 2007 at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest
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...im Himmel... For solo double bass 2006
Premiered by Festspielhaus Dresden on 10 October 2006, in Festspielhaus Dresden-Hellerau, Germany. Commissioned by the Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Hellerau (Festspielhaus Dresden)-Dresden, Germany.
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Pendel For violin, viola, tenor saxophone, trumpet, percussion and electronics, in spatialized setting 2006
Premiered by Festspielhaus Dresden on 10 October 2006, in Festspielhaus Dresden-Hellerau, Germany. Commissioned by the Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Hellerau (Festspielhaus Dresden)-Dresden, Germany
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sopra.. For solo piano 2006
Premiered by Festspielhaus Dresden on 10 October 2006, in Festspielhaus Dresden-Hellerau, Germany. Commissioned by the Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Hellerau (Festspielhaus Dresden)-Dresden, Germany
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Wing  For violin, viola, cello, double bass, percussion, saxophone, trombone, electronics, movement, and video 5’ 2006
Premiered by Festspielhaus Dresden on 10 October 2006, in Festspielhaus Dresden-Hellerau, Germany. Commissioned by the Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Hellerau (Festspielhaus Dresden)-Dresden, Germany
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gentle birth Scenic performance in 5 scenes for three singers, dancers, live-electronic and live-visuals 45’ 2005
Premiered by Tünde Szabóki (S.), Réka Szabó (Ms.), József Csapó (Ct.), Krisztián Gergye (choreography) on 26 February 2006, at the Making New Waves Festival, in TRAFÒ - House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest. Commissioned by Making New Waves Festival 2005
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"...qu´ne main balance..." For flute, violin, cello, piano, and electronics 5’ 2004
Premiered by Gergely Ittzés (fl.), Balázs Kántor (vlc.), Judit Varga (pf.)
The piece won the Bartok Festival Composition Prize (Jury: Jonathan Harvey, Marco Stroppa, Johannes Kretz, Andrea Szigetvari).
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Zigid for piano, live-electronics and multi-channel tape 11’ 2002

Zigid (overtone impromtus) for tape 11’ 2003
(version for stereo and 4-channel playback) Published on Freischaffend [CD] Extraplatte EX 656-2 Vienna, 2003
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playground2 For large ensemble 2002
Premiered by the Ensemble of the Academy of Music on 15 February, 2001, at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest. The piece won shared II. prize at the Liszt Ferenc Academy composition competition. (The prize was shared with Judit Varga, the 1st prize has not been awarded)
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Scene For violin, clarinet & bass clarinet, piano, percussion, 4-channel electronics 2002
Premiered by Gábor Selmeczi (vl.), Petra Stump (cl., cl.b.), Judit Varga (pf.), Wolfgang Ramser (perc.) and Wolfgang Musil (tape) in Radiokulturhaus Vienna (ORF).
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Fátyol (Veil) For bass-guitar and stereo tape 8’ 2001
Premiered by Samuel Gryllus in Fonó Club, Budapest, Hungary.

Shine For 2-channel fixed media 2000
Published on Masterclass #4 [CD]. Vienna, Austria: Extraplatte.
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Exsiccatum est (version II) For women’s choir - Psalm 51 2000
Premiered by Choir of the ELTE University of Sciences, Zoltán Frank (cond.) in Budapest
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Exsiccatum est (version I) For women’s choir - Psalm 51 1999
Recorded by the Choir of the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy at a reading session with Ajtony Csaba
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Tre Pezzi Sacri For mixed choir 1999
I. Exaudi me. II. Dies mei. III. Benedic anima mea Dominum
Psalm texts in Latin.
Premiered at the Old Music Academy, Budapest with the Chorus of the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy, Ajtony Csaba (cond.).
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My Heart Shall Not Sleep (Szűvem el ne alugyék) For mixed choir 3’ 1999
Based on archaic Hungarian spellings. Premiered by the Choir of the University of Sciences, Zsuzsanna Pszilosz (cond.)
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