Róbert Lugosi


Róbert Lugosi
orchestra member, second trombone
Education and training:
Budapest District 18 Ernő Dohnányi Ernő Music School, teachers: Ferenc Sánta and Attila Szabó (1991-1993)
Saint Stephen the King Highs School of Music, teacher: Pál Makovecz (1993-1996)
Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest, teachers: Ferenc Steiner and Gusztáv Hőna (1997-2003)
Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt, Weimar - Armin Bachmann (2000-2001)
Master classes:
Denis Wick (London Symphony Orchestra)
Joseph Alessi (New York Philharmonic Orchestra)
Mark Gould (Metropolitan Opera, New York)
Olaf Ott (Berliner Philharmoniker)
Edgar Manyak (Berliner Symphoniker)
Armin Bachmann (Universität Bern, Switzerland and Weimar, Germany)
Michel Becquet (Université de Lyon, France)
Branimir Slokar ( Universität Freiburg, Germany)
Heinz Fadle (President of the International Trombone Association, Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Germany)

Competitions:
National Trombone Competition - first prize (1996)
Armin Bachmann International Master Class and Competition, Auer, Italy - first prize (1998)
First European Solo Brass Competition, Munich, Germany - Europe's Best Trombonist Award (1999)
National “Donald Beyer” Trombone Competition, Budapest - first prize (2000)
National Competition, Budapest - first prize (2001)
International Trombone Competition, Markneukirchen, Germany - third place (2003)
International Trombone Competition, Budapest- special prize (2005)

Awards and recognitions:
Hungarian State Opera - Juventus Award (2011)
Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt - scholarship winner (2000)
ITA New York (International Trombone Association) - scholarship winner (1999)

Professional career:
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra - regular auxiliary member (1998-), first trombone (2002-)
Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, member, conductors: Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez (1998)
UBS Festival Orchestra, member, Switzerland, conductors: James Levine, Kurt Mazur and Zubin Mehta (2000-2005)
Orfeo Chamber Orchestra, member, conductor: György Vashegyi (2002)
Klangforum Wien, Austria - guest musician, conductor: Péter Eötvös, Beat Furrer (2008 -)
Valencia Opera “Palau de les Arts”, Spain - auxiliary member, conductors: Lorin Maazel and Valery Gergiev (2009)
Guiyang Symphony Orchestra, China - first trombone (2012-2014)
Solo concerts:
Guiyang Symphony Orchestra, China (2013)
Budapest Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra (2009)
Danubia Orchestra Óbuda (2006)
UBS Chamber Orchestra, Switzerland (2003)
BBO, Switzerland (2000)
Zugló Philharmonic (1996)
Chamber music activities:
Sonatores Pannonia Ensemble, member, on period instruments (2002)
Brass in the Five Brass Quintet, member (2007-2009)
Georg Solti Brass Ensemble, regular guest musician (2010-)
In Medias Brass Quintet, regular guest musician (2011-)
Teaching activities:
Vienna Conservatory, Budapest, teacher (2014-)