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Laszlo Marosi

Director of Orchestral Activities

University of Central Florida

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University of Central Florida

4000 Central Florida Blvd.

Orlando, Florida,32816

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

University of Central Florida Symphony Orchestra


Conductor

Hungarian Central Army Orchestra


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Laszlo Marosi was born in Sarvar, Hungary.
His musical education began at the age of five, and continued at the Music Gymnasium, where he majored on both piano and trombone. He studied conducting at the Liszt Academy of Music with Tamas Breitner, the director of the Pecs Opera. From 1982 to 1997 Marosi worked as the conductor of the Hungarian Central Army Orchestra. During this period he recorded a number of works by Liszt and several contemporary Hungarian composers. He also conducted his ensemble for radio and television productions and toured with the group throughout Europe. His book, The History of the Military Music in Hungary from 1741-1945 was published in 1994. For twelve years he taught conducting at the Liszt Teacher Training College, Budapest. In 1993, he was asked to serve as conductor and artistic director of the professional Budapest Symphonic Band, in addition to his responsibilities as the conductor of the Liszt Academy Wind Orchestra. These ensembles produced several commercial CD recordings for leading European companies, including Hungaroton. Between 1989 and 1994, Marosi conducted more than fifty performances annually with the Budapest State Operetta Theater Orchestra. He was invited to guest conduct the Matav Symphony Orchestra, and toured Europe with the Strauss Symphony Orchestra (1996 and 1998). As guest conductor, lecturer and adjudicator he has appeared throughout Europe, Israel, England, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Japan, and the United States. Following his professional career in Hungary, he matriculated to Florida State University, where he earned a M.M. in Conducting and a Ph.D. in Music Education with James Croft and Philip Spurgeon. He frequently conducted the University Symphony Orchestra, including acclaimed performances of the music of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Shulamit Ran. As Visiting Professor, Dr. Marosi served as Associate Conductor of the FSU Wind Orchestra during the 2002-03 academic year. For his contributions to Hungarian contemporary music, he was twice awarded the Artisjus prize by the Hungarian Composers Union. In 1997, he was awarded the FAME prize for his international conducting activities. At UCF, Dr. Marosi teaches conducting classes, as well as conducting the University Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra. Laszlo Marosi was born in Sarvar, Hungary. His musical education began at the age of five, and continued at the Music Gymnasium, where he majored on both piano and trombone. He studied conducting at the Liszt Academy of Music with Tamas Breitner, the director of the Pecs Opera. From 1982 to 1997 Marosi worked as the conductor of the Hungarian Central Army Orchestra. During this period he recorded a number of works by Liszt and several contemporary Hungarian composers. He also conducted his ensemble for radio and television productions and toured with the group throughout Europe. His book, The History of the Military Music in Hungary from 1741-1945 was published in 1994. For twelve years he taught conducting at the Liszt Teacher Training College, Budapest. In 1993, he was asked to serve as conductor and artistic director of the professional Budapest Symphonic Band, in addition to his responsibilities as the conductor of the Liszt Academy Wind Orchestra. These ensembles produced several commercial CD recordings for leading European companies, including Hungaroton. Between 1989 and 1994, Marosi conducted more than fifty performances annually with the Budapest State Operetta Theater Orchestra. He was invited to guest conduct the Matav Symphony Orchestra, and toured Europe with the Strauss Symphony Orchestra (1996 and 1998). As guest conductor, lecturer and adjudicator he has appeared throughout Europe, Israel, England, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Japan, and the United States. Following his professional career in Hungary, he matriculated to Florida State University, where he earned a M.M. in Conducting and a Ph.D. in Music Education with James Croft and Philip Spurgeon. He frequently conducted the University Symphony Orchestra, including acclaimed performances of the music of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Shulamit Ran. As Visiting Professor, Dr. Marosi served as Associate Conductor of the FSU Wind Orchestra during the 2002-03 academic year. For his contributions to Hungarian contemporary music, he was twice awarded the Artisjus prize by the Hungarian Composers Union. In 1997, he was awarded the FAME prize for his international conducting activities. At UCF, Dr. Marosi teaches conducting classes, as well as conducting the University Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra. Laszlo Marosi was born in Sarvar, Hungary. His musical education began at the age of five, and continued at the Music Gymnasium, where he majored on both piano and trombone. He studied conducting at the Liszt Academy of Music with Tamas Breitner, the director of the Pecs Opera. From 1982 to 1997 Marosi worked as the conductor of the Hungarian Central Army Orchestra. During this period he recorded a number of works by Liszt and several contemporary Hungarian composers. He also conducted his ensemble for radio and television productions and toured with the group throughout Europe. His book, The History of the Military Music in Hungary from 1741-1945 was published in 1994. For twelve years he taught conducting at the Liszt Teacher Training College, Budapest. In 1993, he was asked to serve as conductor and artistic director of the professional Budapest Symphonic Band, in addition to his responsibilities as the conductor of the Liszt Academy Wind Orchestra. These ensembles produced several commercial CD recordings for leading European companies, including Hungaroton. Between 1989 and 1994, Marosi conducted more than fifty performances annually with the Budapest State Operetta Theater Orchestra. He was invited to guest conduct the Matav Symphony Orchestra, and toured Europe with the Strauss Symphony Orchestra (1996 and 1998). As guest conductor, lecturer and adjudicator he has appeared throughout Europe, Israel, England, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Japan, and the United States. Following his professional career in Hungary, he matriculated to Florida State University, where he earned a M.M. in Conducting and a Ph.D. in Music Education with James Croft and Philip Spurgeon. He frequently conducted the University Symphony Orchestra, including acclaimed performances of the music of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Shulamit Ran. As Visiting Professor, Dr. Marosi served as Associate Conductor of the FSU Wind Orchestra during the 2002-03 academic year. For his contributions to Hungarian contemporary music, he was twice awarded the Artisjus prize by the Hungarian Composers Union. In 1997, he was awarded the FAME prize for his international conducting activities. At UCF, Dr. Marosi teaches conducting classes, as well as conducting the University Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra. Recordings: Collega-Menti (EMW music Publishing)


Musical Director

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My conducting experience was further enhanced in 2010 when I was able to study conducting with Guy Woolfenden, an inspirational conductor and highly regarded composer, and Laszlo Marosi, who teaches conducting as professor at the University of Central Florida; both are inspirational teachers.


Music for You Summer Schools 2014 - Conductors Course

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Directed by Dr Laszlo Marosi - University of Central Florida
Following the huge success of the 2013 conductors course we are pleased to announce the return of Dr. Laszlo Marosi from the University of Central Florida to direct this course. Laszlo Marosi Laszlo Marosi was born in Sarvar, Hungary. His musical education began at the age of five, and continued at the Music Gymnasium, where he majored on both piano and trombone. He studied conducting at the Liszt Academy of Music with Tamas Breitner, the director of the Pecs Opera. From 1982 to 1997 Marosi worked as the conductor of the Hungarian Central Army Orchestra. During this period he recorded a number of works by Liszt and several contemporary Hungarian composers. He also conducted his ensemble for radio and television productions and toured with the group throughout Europe. His book, "The History of the Military Music in Hungary from 1741-1945" was published in 1994. For twelve years he taught conducting at the Liszt Teacher Training College, Budapest. In 1993, he was asked to serve as conductor and artistic director of the professional Budapest Symphonic Band, in addition to his responsibilities as the conductor of the Lizst Academy Wind Orchestra. These ensembles produced several commercial CD recordings for leading European companies, including Hungaroton. Following his professional career in Hungary, he matriculated to Florida State University, where he earned an M.M. in conducting and a Ph.D. in Music Education with James Croft and Philip Spurgeon. He frequently conducted the University Symphony Orchestra, including acclaimed performances of the music of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Shulamit Ran. As visiting Professor, Dr. Marosi served as Associate Conductor of the FSU Wind Orchestra during the 2002-03 academic year. At University of Central Florida, Dr. Marosi teaches conducting classes, as well as conducting the University Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra.


Music for You Summer Schools Conductor

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Directed by Laszlo Marosi - University of Central Florida
Following the huge success of the 2012 conductors course we are pleased to announce the return of Dr. Laszlo Marosi from the University of Central Florida to direct this course. Laszlo Marosi Laszlo Marosi was born in Sarvar, Hungary. His musical education began at the age of five, and continued at the Music Gymnasium, where he majored on both piano and trombone. He studied conducting at the Liszt Academy of Music with Tamas Breitner, the director of the Pecs Opera. From 1982 to 1997 Marosi worked as the conductor of the Hungarian Central Army Orchestra. During this period he recorded a number of works by Liszt and several contemporary Hungarian composers. He also conducted his ensemble for radio and television productions and toured with the group throughout Europe. His book, "The History of the Military Music in Hungary from 1741-1945" was published in 1994. For twelve years he taught conducting at the Liszt Teacher Training College, Budapest. In 1993, he was asked to serve as conductor and artistic director of the professional Budapest Symphonic Band, in addition to his responsibilities as the conductor of the Lizst Academy Wind Orchestra. These ensembles produced several commercial CD recordings for leading European companies, including Hungaroton. Following his professional career in Hungary, he matriculated to Florida State University, where he earned an M.M. in conducting and a Ph.D. in Music Education with James Croft and Philip Spurgeon. He frequently conducted the University Symphony Orchestra, including acclaimed performances of the music of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Shulamit Ran. As visiting Professor, Dr. Marosi served as Associate Conductor of the FSU Wind Orchestra during the 2002-03 academic year. At University of Central Florida, Dr. Marosi teaches conducting classes, as well as conducting the University Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra.


Summa Cum Laude International Youth Music Festival Vienna - Musikverein

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Laszlo Marosi
Laszlo Marosi Laszlo Marosi Laszlo Marosi was born in Sarvar, Hungary. His musical education began at the age of five, and continued at the Music Gymnasium, where he majored on both piano and trombone. He studied conducting at the Liszt Academy of Music with Tamas Breitner, the director of the Pecs Opera. From 1982 to 1997 Marosi worked as the conductor of the Hungarian Central Army Orchestra. During this period he recorded a number of works by Liszt and several contemporary Hungarian composers. He also conducted his ensemble for radio and television productions and toured with the group throughout Europe. His book, The History of the Military Music in Hungary from 1741-1945 was published in 1994 and 2011. For twelve years he taught conducting at the Liszt Teacher Training College, Budapest. In 1993, he was asked to serve as conductor and artistic director of the professional Budapest Symphonic Band, in addition to his responsibilities as the conductor of the Liszt Academy Wind Orchestra. These ensembles produced several commercial CD recordings for leading European companies, including Hungaroton. Between 1989 and 1994, Marosi conducted more than fifty performances annually with the Budapest State Operetta Theater Orchestra. He was invited to guest conduct the Matav Symphony Orchestra, and toured Europe with the Strauss Symphony Orchestra (1996 and 1998). In the last couple of decades, as guest conductor, lecturer and adjudicator he has appeared throughout Europe, North and South-America, Asia, and Africa. Following his professional career in Hungary, he matriculated to Florida State University, where he earned a Ph.D. with James Croft. He frequently conducted the University Wind Ensemble, the Symphony Orchestra, including acclaimed performances of the music of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Shulamit Ran. As Visiting Professor, Dr. Marosi served as Associate Conductor of the FSU Wind Orchestra during the 2002-03 academic year. For his contributions to Hungarian contemporary music, he was twice awarded the Artisjus prize by the Hungarian Composers Union. In 1997, he was awarded the FAME prize for his international conducting activities. At University of Central Florida, located in Orlando, Florida, USA, Dr. Marosi teaches conducting classes, as well as he is conducting the University Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Opera and the Wind Ensemble.


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