All music needs time to unfold itself to the listener. Nonetheless, if you would like to sample a short eclectic montage of Attila's musical world, you can listen here to
TWO SHOWREELS: MIXED GENRES
Attila received his classical music education at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. Personal encounters with legendary composers such as György Ligeti and Alfred Schnittke greatly influenced his career.
He is a regular creative partner of Ferenc Cako and Academy Award winner Ferenc Rofusz. As the composer of Maestro, Géza M. Tóth's feature nominated for Best Animated Short Film, Attila attended the 79th Academy Awards.
Films with his original music were screened at numerous notable film festivals in Cannes, Berlin, Toronto, Los Angeles, Peking, Tokyo, etc., winning MORE THAN 80 AWARDS in total including BEST MUSIC PRIZES.
At the 23rd Braunschweig International Film Festival Attila received the "The Leo" prize for the music and sound design of the film Mama. The jury reasoned that "The acoustic design takes over a major part of the story telling, so that an organic work of direction, sound design and composition sensibly balanced evolves."
Attila is a lecturer teaching film music at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.