Recognized by his peers as a conductor's conductor, Laszlo Marosi enjoys a career of leading windbands and orchestras at concerts, festivals, recording studios and academies around the world including Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Americas.
Born in Sarvar, Hungary, Marosi's musical education began at the age of five, and continued at the Music Gymnasium, where he majoredon both piano and trombone. He studied conducting at the Liszt Academy of Musicwith TamasBreitner, the director of the Pecs Opera.
From 1982 to 1997 Marosi workedas the conductor of the Hungarian Central Army Band. During this period,he recorded a number of works by Liszt and several contemporary Hungarian composers.
He also conducted his ensemble for radio and television productions and toured with the group throughout Europe.
His book, The History of the Military Music in Hungary from 1741-1945, was published in 2011.
Marosi has been trusted at the helm of commercial recordings since the 1980s and has appeared on dozens of albums.
He was twice awarded the Artisjus prize by the Hungarian Composers Union; in 1998, the FAME prize at the Mid-Europe Wind Music Festival in Schladming, Austria; in 2013, the Research Incentive Award (RIA) by the University of Central Florida (UCF); in 2016, the Roger Bobo Award by the International Tuba and Euphonium Association (ITEA) and the Peace Ambassador Award by Mil Milenios de Paz-Fundacion Paz, Ecologia Y Arte -PEA/UNESCO, Argentina.