László Gőz László Gőz

László Gőz, Hungarian jazz and contemporary classical artist, professor of music and producer is a well-known studio musician and has contributed to over a hundred albums. In 1996 he founded Budapest Music Center, then in 1998, BMC Records, which has released about a two hundred Hungarian contemporary, jazz, and classical albums up to now. As a musician, his collaborations have included work with Steve Reich, Petr Kotik, Alvin Curran, Chris Newman, Peter Eötvös, György Kurtág, Jiggs Wigham, Carl Fontana, Chris Potter, and Dave Liebman. He was awarded the 2003 Gold Cross of Merit of the Republic of Hungary, the 2008 Chevalier de l´Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (by the French Cultural Minister), the 2015 Knight Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, and the 2015 Knight of Cross from the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic.