Tamás Marschall
Tamás Marschall
  • Clarinet
  • Co-Principal

Born in Budapest in 1980, Tamás Marschall was 10 years old when he started his musical studies at the piano, focusing shortly after on the clarinet. He studied with László Kraszna at Béla Bartók Conservatory of Music in Budapest in 1995-1999, during which time he entered twice the Richter Janos National Woodwind competition, which he won with 3rd prize in 1996 and 1st prize in 1999. He was then admitted at Franz Liszt Academy of Music, where he worked with renowned Professor Tibor Dittrich. In 2001 he came fourth in the Liszt Sonata Competition in Weimar, and played at the International Santander Music Festival under conductor Csaba Péter.
After graduating in 2003 with a degree in Clarinet Performance and Teaching, Tamás Marschall played for 2 years as second clarinet in the Dohnányi Ernő Orchestra and the Danubia Youth Orchestra. In 2004-2007, he was co-principal clarinetist in the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra under Music Director Ádám Fischer.