Ensembles


The perfect ensembles for your needs

The Budapest Scoring Orchestra, with hundreds of film and TV credits, established a reputation in the film scoring industry. Our core orchestral players are exclusively employed by BS, the rest of them hail from the most prestigious Hungarian symphonic orchestras. They are all trained in modern as well as classical techniques. The orchestra has been regularly working with major film studios and composers from Hollywood and all around the world. Our musicians are eager and excited to play new compositions and to make your music shine.

Budapest Scoring offers a variety of voices to provide a full spectrum of your choral needs. Our partners include the Zoltán Kodály Hungarian Choir School, offers internationally recognized children’s choirs worldwide. The five choirs of the school have earned multiple first-place prizes at international competitions, including gold medals at the “Olympics of the Choral” contest. For your adult voice spectrum look no further than the Budapest Scoring Choir which can be heard in hundreds of films, videogames and records.

Need a baroque ensemble, a Gypsy band, a folk group or a jazz orchestra? How about a specialty instrument – may we recommend traditional Hungarian musical instruments like the Cimbalom (hammered dulcimer) or the Tárogató (woodwind instrument)? We have skilled soloists and performers of many ethnic instruments to fulfill all of your Duduk, Bansuri, Lute and other desires.

For jazz recordings, we partner with the Budapest Jazz Orchestra, the oldest professional big band in Hungary. The band follows the traditional big band line up (17 players) performing legendary hits from the swing era, concert band repertoire, crossover and contemporary classical music, developing dynamically over the years, achieving internationally recognition in both big band and contemporary jazz. The BJO has been performing with world-class jazz musicians such as George Duke, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, Dave Liebman, Tony Lakatos, Al Di Meola, Chris Potter, Ed Neumeister among others.

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