Zsolt Kovács

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Born 1969 in Révfülöp, Hungary. Guitarist, improviser, composer and conceptual artist. He is one of the managing editors of the avant-garde, experimental art periodical Magyar Mûhely (Hungarian Workshop). Along with Zsolt Sõrés, he was a co-founder of three hungarian experimental music groups, SoKaPaNaSz, Talesco and Spiritus Noister. He has been in an improvisational duo with Zsolt Sõrés since 1994. As a musician he has performed music with a number of international artists, including Phill Niblock, Martin Klapper, Alexander Frangenheim, Thomas Lehn, Dorothea Schürch, John Butcher, Phil Durrant, Tim Hodgkinson, Roger Turner, Veryan Weston, Mats Gustafsson and Raymond Strid. He has performed music and conceptual performance pieces in Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Poland and Slovakia. He is currently developing interactive "noise-music" software.