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AKOS AMBRUS

Ákos Ambrus was born in Budapest in 1961 and began his musical education at the Leo Weiner Music School in 1969. He obtained his first diploma (composition) at the Liszt Academy of Music in 1981 and from 1985 onwards studied singing as a private student of Erika Sziklay and András Mikó. In 1992 he joined the Hungarian State Opera as a soloist and has participated in commercial recordings and stage performances in a wide repertoire, including numerous contemporary Hungarian operas. He has received the Artisjus Prize three times. As a composer his most often performed work is a children’s opera, Bogáncs (Thistle), based on Ferenc Baranyi’s libretto.


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