Ferenc Nagy


My mother was a solfeggio and piano teacher and my father played guitar in an amateur rock band so music was always around me. when I finished primary school and started musical secondary in a nearby town was Roland Szentpali, one of the best tuba players in the world. I was playing the euphonium than and I changed to tuba after a year. It was a great opportunity to learn from him almost every day. After secondary school I went to high school in Budapest where my teacher was another great tubist, Jozsef Bazsinka. I tried to learn as much as possible from those guys. Because of other reasons I had to leave Budapest and came to Debrecen. I'm living and learning here right now. In 2015 I played in the Brass and percussion national instrumental competition and got third the place. That was the boring part. :) I hate it when some of the great profs try to inspire you by being rude and yell your head of if you make a mistake. Live music is not a sterile thing. Of course we try to reduce all of the mistakes to the minimum but if you make one I will not bite your head off :) Feel free to play and let's make some great music together. :)