The singer-pianist Tamara Mozes took her degree in piano at the Liszt Ferenc University of Music of Budapest, and after she continued her musical training in jazz singing and improvisation first in Paris and later in Belgium. In 2011 she won the scholarship of the French State while in 2015 the annual jazz scholarship of the Hungarian State.

She performs original compositions from her latest album Moozing, and also presents her new material Cross Folk, based on folk songs of 7 different nations.

Her program offers an intense emotional and intellectual experience at the same time.

“We step into a soft and intense aura … Tamara can capture the audience and take them to her wonderworld. This is pure jazz with a feeling, both modern and classic, with many references and persuasive technique all the while.” (Claire Jalmain, Crest, France, 2017)



2016-2018: Royal Conservatory of Brussels and of Antwerp (BE), jazz vocal

2009-2012: Cons. à Rayonnement Régional de Paris (FR), jazz vocal and improvisation

2001-2007: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest (H), classical piano, master’s degree

2003-2008: Erkel Ferenc Music School and Conservatory, Budapest (Hungary), jazz vocal and jazz piano

1995-2000: Bartók Béla Conservatory, Budapest (H), classical piano and music theory



2016: SACEM Prize, International Jazz Vocal Competition, Crest (F)

2015: Lakatos Ablakos Jazz Scholarship of the Hungarian Government

2011: Scholarship of the French Government

2010: Grand prize of the Jury, Musique en courts, Sceaux (F)

2009: 1st prize, MAMF Competition of Popular Music, Nagykőrös (H)

2008: 1st prize, Ki-látó Talent Spotting Competition, Budapest (H)

2008: Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Government, Rome (I)

2008: 2nd prize & Critics prize, Golden Disc Singing Contest, Livorno (I)

2006: Bozay prize, Crescendo Contemporary Music Contest, Sárospatak (H)

2005: In the 5 best participants, Yamaha Piano Contest, Budapest (H)



Momentous concerts:

2018 : Hungarian National Radio, Budapest (H)

2018, 2017 : BMC Opus Jazz Club, Budapest (H)

2017 : Balassi Institute, Bruxelles (B)

2017 : Sunside, Paris (F)

2017 : Crest Jazz Vocal Festival, Crest (F)

2017 : Balassi Institute, London (UK)

2017 : Gele Zaal, DeSingel, Antwerp (BE)

2017: Train Théâtre, Valence (F)

2017, 2016 : Institut Français, Budapest (H)

2017 : Les Voyelles, Paris (F)

2016 : Bridging Europe Festival, Palace of Arts, Budapest (H)

2016 : French Institute, Budapest (H)

2016, 2015 : JFC Jazz Club, Saint-Petersburg (RUS)

2015, 2011, 2010 : Collegium Hungaricum, Paris (F)

2015 : World Expo Milano (I), Teatro di Varese (I)

2013, 2011 : Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna (A)

2013 : Radio Ö1, Vienna (A)

2012 : Los Angeles / Davis / Phoenix (USA)

2012 : Palais de Tokyo, Paris (F)

2011 : Rowmania Festival, Tulcea (RO)

2011 : Auditorium Landowski, Paris (F)

2009: Maloja (CH), Montespluga (I)

2004: Katrineholm (S), St. Gallen (CH)

2002, 2003: Esterházy Castle, Fertőd (H)



Cross Folk (piano-vocal solo, album release date: end 2018)

Moozing (piano-vocal solo, 2017)

Album Of The Ear (quartet, 2014)

In Spring (duo, 2010)

Diploma concert (piano solo, 2007)



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