Music Agency


Management for musicians and orchestras

  • Masterclasses for conductors and for musicians 
  • Concert organisation for Orchestras and solo musician

  • Orchestral practice and DVD/ CD recordings for conductors, soloist musicians and singers

  • Youth Orchestra /  Youth Choir / Orchestra / Choir trip organisation

  • Orchestra and Ensemble management



Our Team: 

Laszlo Blaskovics -  Executive Manager

Andera Molnar - Project Manager

Judit Felszeghy - Project Manager

Katalin Kallay - Assistant Project Manager, Artistic Adviser

Agnes Kallay - Assistant Project Manager

Ferenc Szklenar - Artisitic Adviser

Jozsef Weiss - Sound Engineer, Music Director

Laszlo Demeter - Videographer

Reka Uramovszky - Assistant 

Rebeka Uramovszky - Assistant

Alfonz Vegh - Assistant

Michael Ryan - Assistant


Laszlo Blaskovics

Laszlo Blaskovics is founder and executive manager of Blaskovics music agency: managing masterclasses, tutoring, ensembles and cultural trips. The musical aspects of his knowledge, stam from on 16 years organisation experiences and his professional musician and artist background.

In the past 15 years Laszlo Blaskovics founded and designed   Ensemble Marquise and  Ensemble Artistocrats and he is successfully managing the famous Danube Conducting Masterclasses and Concerto Masterclasses.

In his musician career Laszlo Blaskovics is one of the small company of male singers specialising in the soprano register.  He studied with Prof. Sylvia Geszty, Prof. Krisztina Laki and Prof. Csilla Ötvös in Vienna and Budapest.  In 2002, László won a special prize in the 8th „Sylvia Geszty” International Coloratura Singing Contest in 2002, in Murcia, Spain. His extraordinary voice is a curiosity, its exceptional range enabling him to perform the male soprano repertoire which was so popular during the baroque period. “Laszlo has an extraordinary soprano voice, evoking the authentic sound of baroque opera.” Since 2009 he is the soloist of the English early music ensemble, Fiori Musicali as well. His most significant performances were: Handel: Messiah – soprano solo ( in Budapest), and performing on several times on famous early music festivals as: Varazdin Baroque Evening, Brezice Festival, Varna Summer Music, include of more than 500 concerts on the past 20 years.

As a teacher he begins to teach at Northamptonshire Performing and Arts Service at 2010, also he teaches in private.

Additionally as an artist he studied in Art Secondary School, than did a college course of ceramist and traditional Hungarian folk art. Later in his life he began to make drawings as Hyperrealism style.