Mátyás Oláh

is creating music, music performances about things of Life

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I've been learning music from my early childhood, I've started to practice the cello in 1995, at age 8. After finishing the high school in 2006 I started to study at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy and the Protestant Theological Institute of my natal city, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. I finished both in 2012 (bachelors+masters), having a good enough grounding in science, but a lack of life experience. I worked 7 years as a cello teacher, from 2010-2017, I still work as a reverend in a small village called Stejeris, near the city Turda. After years of learning I started to think some more about the meaning of things in life. After years of working a lot I started to work hard - on playing way better on my instrument, understanding the people whom I have to lead to God. I usually perform together with my sister, Boglárka, whose a PHD student at the music academy where I learned, but sometimes I do it alone. In both cases we try to find meanings beyond the beauty of music. The intro music video is one of my recent attempts to create music of our own.
I've been learning music from my early childhood, I've started to practice the cello in 1995, at age 8. After finishing the high school in 2006 I started to study at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy and the Protestant Theological Institute of my natal city, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. I finished both in 2012 (bachelors+masters), having a good enough grounding in science, but a lack of life experience. I worked 7 years as a cello teacher, from 2010-2017, I still work as a reverend in a small village called Stejeris, near the city Turda. After years of learning I started to think some more about the meaning of things in life. After years of working a lot I started to work hard - on playing way better on my instrument, understanding the people whom I have to lead to God. I usually perform together with my sister, Boglárka, whose a PHD student at the music academy where I learned, but sometimes I do it alone. In both cases we try to find meanings beyond the beauty of music. The intro music video is one of my recent attempts to create music of our own.

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