2015. június 17., szerda


Krisztián Budai

My first project to premiered my Concerto for Congas, and next is premiered my new percussion chamber music, the Wowbagger. And next object to finished my hand percussion method book.
I have some long-term objectives, for example composing new percussion musics, recording, and teaching this musics to students, and other people. The biggest project is to accomplish the accreditation of hand percussion subject, than classical percussion, jazz drum, and folk rhythm instruments.

2007. - Secondary School of Arts Nyíregyháza, Home Music Competition, 1st place and Audience Award
2009. - UD-FM, 32. Brass, Percussion Event, Competition, 3rd place
2010. - UD-FM, BA Diploma, Percussion Performer
2012. - UD-FM, MA Diploma, Percussion Teacher
2012. - 1. Schlagwerk Cajon Award, 5th place

Published works
1. Krisztián Budai: Langwana, Edition Svitzer, Denmark, score, 2015.
2. Krisztián Budai: Sounds of Langwana, author's edition, Hungary, CD, 2015.
3. Krisztián Budai: Gukhe, sheet music, author's edition, Hungary, 2016.

Current jobs
since 2009 - EJAI Art School, Hajdúböszörmény, Percussion Teacher
since 2017 - Ritmusdepo, Chief editor

Current music bands
since 2016 - Vidám Manók - Interactive children's musical show
since 2017 - Szívtiproll - Lounge, Party musics
since 2017 - My own workshop: Traditions

1. Langwana – own work
2. Gukhe – reinstrumentation an africal traditional music


Krisztián Budai had a degree in University of Debrecen, Faculty of Music by Percussion Teaching and Classical Percussion Performing in 2012. His main instrumental area is the hand drums and hand percussion's (conga, bongos, djembe, darbuka, cajon, etc.) world. As a member of Sonus Percussion Group he performed several concerts. As an artist he was already in Paris, Berlin, Rome and Valencia.
He get a scholarship as a composer in 2014 to the Hungarian National Cultural Fund. His percussion chamber musics takes place in an island in the Pacific Ocean, his musics sound, and the rhythms is back to African roots. The danish Edition Svitzer published his percussion chamber music, the Langwana in 2015. The Meinl Percussion musical instrument factory has been supporting him since 2015, and the Promark support him since 2016. Several theoretic publications including in hungarian music, and music education specialized journals, published in the Parlando, Gramophone, and the Ritmusdepo pages.


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