BIOGRAPHY:

Hock Ernő  

Hungarian double bass

born in Mezőtúr, Hungary, 22 December, 1979.

Since the age of 7 he learnt to play the violin for a good 10 years. When at secondary school he took up the guitar by himself and it wasn’ t long before he started the bass guitar. He played with several rock bands and he had a heart for folk music on the violin, wich in fact he never ceased to play.  He started to learn to play double bass in Budapest in 2000 and 3 years later he joined Hungarian Music Academy’ s Jazz Faculty in double bass. He is a co-founder of ethno- folk- world music group ‘Zuboly’. He also plays drums as a sideline in ‘Ama’ with a Hungarian saxophonist István Grencsó and he also plays in ‘Grencsó Collective’ with him. He has contributed in dance and theatre shows. Recently he is been a member of a nostalgic beat- funk band ‘Qualitons’ wich boasts to have the forever popular female singer of the 60s and 70s, Kati Kovács.

LIST OF WORKS:

Playing with:

The Qualitons see: Discogs

Corrections and additions are welcome – please contact webmaster: info@györgy-szabados.com