Gábor Péter Mezei


"GPM Music" means the composer Gábor Péter Mezei.

After regular high school, he graduated at St. Stephen's Conservatory in Budapest majoring in piano for a music high school degree.

He studied composing at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich as well at the Mozarteum University Salzburg with Prof. Dr. h.c. Dieter Acker, Prof. Jan Müller-Wieland and Prof. Adriana Hölszky.

In 2010/2011 he was granted a scholarship at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, sponsored by the Bavarian State Ministry.

In 2013 he got the berlin-scholarship by Academy of Arts.

He is living and working in Munich as a freelance composer, music arranger and orchestrator for film music at Heiko Music.



„A ravatallal szemben“

Opera in two acts in hungarian contract of composition from the Hungarian State Opera Budapest.

„Signals I + II“

For piano and computer in cooperation with Young Academy.
Academy of Arts Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin

„Signals I“

For piano (four hands).
Wolfgang Gangkofner & Gábor Péter Mezei (piano)
opening event to AGORA ARTES from the
Young Academy, Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin

„radius multiplex I-IV“

Location-based audio recordings for smartphones
under the project music from the cloud of the Academy of Arts Berlin.
At the RADIALSYSTEM V in cooperation with radio aporee.


Chamber concert II with the Stadler String Quartet (Salzburg) within the St. Gellért Festival.
„TEARS“ for string quartet - 2012 (premiere)
Cathedral of Szeged, 6720 - Szeged, Dóm sqr.

„Four Pieces“

Piano Recital with G.P. Mezei in the Cité Internationale des Arts.
Liszt: Funérailles
Bartók: Sonate for piano
Mezei: Four Pieces for piano (rev. 2011)
18, rue de l´Hôtel de Ville, 75004 Paris


Piano Recital with Jingxian Xie
Shanghai Concert Hall
523 Yan'an Rd(E), Shanghai, PRC
performed piece: Shanghai-Night-Dance (new version)


Concert of the composition classes.
Studies Concert Hall, New Mozarteum
University Mozarteum Salzburg
Mirabellplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg

„Three Pieces“

3rd International Music Competition Oberstdorf.
All participants will be play a phrase from the "Three pieces for flute" as a compulsory piece.
Oberstdorfhaus, Prinzregenten-Platz 1, 87561 Oberstdorf

„Primordial words“

Laureates concert of Kulturkreis Gasteig e.V. in the Carl-Orff-Hall,Gasteig, Gasteig München.
Contract of composition "Primordial words" for three voices, alto flute and piano.


Concert of the composition class Porf. Müller-Wieland
in the small hall of the University of Music and Performing Arts, Munich, Arcisstrasse 12.

„Final concert of the Masterclass“

Premieres by Gabor Peter Mezei and Dmitrij Romanov
in the great hall of the University of Music and Performing Arts, Munich, Arcisstrasse 12.

„dark game“

"Gladiator dusk"
„dark game“ for ensemble (2008)
Contemporary Music Theatre on the Olympic sporting interaction of gods, favors and gladiators.

A production of the start of cooperation OENM and ARGEkultur. Design / production / idea: Salzburg ARGEkultur Musical implementation: Austrian Ensemble for New Music (OENM).

Dramaturgy: Kerstin Hartig
Choreography: Heidrun Neumayer
Idea / Concept: Marcus Hank
Compositions by Gabor Peter Mezei, Martin Wistighausen,
Nicolas Tzortzis, Aurelio Edler Copês

ARGEkultur Salzburg, Josef-Preis-Allee 16, A-5020 Salzburg


GPM Music
Gábor Péter Mezei
Holzstraße 10
80469 München

+49 (0)89. 242 033 58

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