Zsolt Sõrés

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Born 1969 in Budapest. Violinist, improviser and conceptual artist. His field of interest, in addition to music, involves the borderlines of different art forms. He is one of the managing editors of the avant-garde, experimental art periodical Magyar Mûhely (Hungarian Workshop) and the editor of Jump Contemporary Performance Art magazine's music column. Since 1992 he has been the program managing editor of Tilos Rádió (Forbidden Radio). As a musician he has performed with Peter Herbert, Ernõ Király, KJ Holmes, Martin Klapper, Johannes Bauer, Alexander Frangenheim, Wolfgang Fuchs, Paul Lovens, Thomas Lehn, Birgit Ulherr, Dorothea Schürch, Dieter Ulrich, John Butcher, Peter Cusack, Rhodri Davies, John Edwards, Phil Durrant, Tim Hodgkinson, Stuart Jones, Phil Minton, Evan Parker, John Russel, Pat Thomas, Alan Tomlinson, Roger Turner, Veryan Weston, Mats Gustafsson and Raymond Strid. He has performed music and conceptual performance pieces in Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and Slovakia. Member of IZO-FR and Abstract Monarchy Duo.