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Gábor Nagysolymosi is a Hungarian based music composer. His family is partly influenced by music, but he's the only one who became a professional musician. His talent showed early, he played back on the piano everything that he heard.

As a child he learned in Kecskemét and started his first band with his friends. After grammar school, he went to Budapest to learn at Jazz Conservatory from János Halász, Péter Sárik, Egon Póka, Gyula Babos and János Fogarasi.

He played in pop, funky and jazz bands, practiced on stage what he had learned at school. The time had come to form the 'Nagysolymosi Trio', a progressive jazz trio with Gábor's own compositions. These songs were different and more than just scoring. 

He was interested better and better in film scoring, epic music and hybrid orchestral music. He passed into Budapest Film Academy for a semester, where he had the chance to learn from Ferenc Lukács, Tom Ernst, Mac Ruth, Jenő Hódi, János Vecsernyés, Elemér Ragályi and István Szabó.

Gábor composed music for many award winning short films, festival films and commercials. 

His compositions are notable for integrating electronic music sounds and symphonic orchestral arrangements.


Winner Best Original Score - Otthon (2022)

Long Story Shorts International Film Festival

Nominee Best Original Score - The Mourning Film (2022)

Film Adolph Zukor International Film Festival


Nominee Best Original Song - The Mourning Film (2022)

Film Adolph Zukor International Film Festival

Winner Best Original Score - Stickman (2019)

Reel Horror Fest Chicago International Film Festival

Winner Best Score - Remember Me (2017)

Cegled Film Festival

Hollywood Gold Star Award from Hungarian Hollywood Council

Nominee Best Original Soundtrack - #HELP (2016)
Chico Film Festival

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