The Hungarian Tamas Rozsos began his violin study at the age of 5, which at the
age of 18 he traded for the viola.
After completing his Master of Viola Performance and Master of Teaching at
the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest he moved to Switzerland to continue
his studies and get the concert diploma at the Neuchâtel Conservatory
of Music, with Zoltan Toth. He received a second degree of Master of Viola Performance
in the Geneva Conservatory of Music under the guidance of the world-class musicians
Professor Nobuko Imai and Prof. Gabor Takacs Nagy.
Rozsos has participated in numerous festivals as a chamber musician and instructor,
including the Eilat Festival, the Casals Festival and the Verbier Festival Amateur
Chamber music week. He has attended master classes with Nobuko Imai, Kim Kashkashian,
Tatjana Mazurenko and Janos Starker.
Rozsos has performed in concerts as a soloist and chamber musicians in Japan,
Taiwan, Italy, France, Hungary, Germany, and Switzerland. He was a winner of
the Podium of Young Soloists in 2008 in Budapest. As a member of the ensemble
of eight violas Voila Viola, toured in Japan, Taiwan and Hungary
in between 2009 2012. His performance has been broadcast on the Hungarian
Radio as a part of a viola ensemble with Nobuko Imai.
Between 2012 and 2014 He was teaching violin and viola in the United Arab Emirates.
He moved to Canada/Calgary in 2014
He has joined the string faculty at the Mount Royal Conservatory in November
2015. Known for his collaborative spirit, he is an accomplished chamber musician