STUMMER MARTON

Stummer Marton (Mađarska) rođen je 1991. godine. 2007. osvojio je prvu nagradu na takmičenju gitarista Mađarske „Andres Segovia“. Takođe je osvajao nagrade na međunarodnim takmičenjima. Studirao je  sa prof. Ede Roth, Antal Pusztai (gitara) i Attila Remenii (kompozicija). Takođe komponuje kompozicije za gitaru i druge instrumente kao što su klavir, gudački kvartet, duvački instrumenti itd. Stummer Marton je počeo sa svojim gitarskim studijama na konzervatorijumu u Gioru u Mađarskoj u četrnaestoj godini. Pre toga, samostalno je završio džez studije. Sve oblasti interesovanja klasične muzike Stummera i njegova strast za muzikom proširuju se izvan njegovih studija instrumentalne i muzičke literature. Stummer meša klasične i džez muzičke elemente iz različitih muzičkih epoha i dopunjuje ih talentom za kompoziciju i tumačenje iz jedinstvenog stila koji podseća na prakse proteklih vekova; veštinu koju muzičari današnjice zaboravljaju.

 

Stummer Márton (Hungary) was born in 1991. In 2007, he won  the first prize in the Hungarian Andrés Segovia guitar contest. Also he won prizes in international competitions. He studied with prof. Ede Roth , Antal Pusztai (guitar) and Attila Reményi  (composition). He also composes compositions for the guitarand other instruments like piano, string-quartet, wind instrument, etc. Stummer Márton began his guitar studies at the conservatory in  Gyor, Hungary at the age of fourteen. Prior to this, he completed some jazz studies on his own. Stummer conducts his studies with a level of commitment seoldom obseved. All areas of classical music interest Stummer, and his passion for music extends beyond his instrumental and music literature studies. From the beginning, Stummer’s composition abilities manfested themselves organically and proved themselves inseperable from his instrumental undertakings. Stummer blends classical and jazz music elements from the various musical ages and complements them with a talent for composition and interpretation to from a unique style that recalls the practices of centuries past; a skill that musicians have as of late regrettably forgotten. Stummer also focuses his attention on the myriad other facets of life, as he knows full well, that producing such a quality work of composition and interpretation necessitates a wordly, well-rounded perspective.

 

 

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