1989-1992 Studium Dixieland Band,
1990-1992 Fortinbrass Quintet,
1992-1994 Brass Age,
1993-1998 Oláh Kálmán Sextet,
1998-2005 Budapest Jazz Orchestra,
1999-2002 Blacksmith Workshop
In 2001 he participated in the Finn-Hungarian Jazz Workshop on behalf of the Hungarian National Radio.
Since February 2002 he has been the delegate of the Hungarian Ministry of Cultural Heritage to the international Central European Jazz Connection.
From 2002 he is a member of Dés László Septet, the Class Jazz Band of Eszter Horgas and the Emil.Rulez group. From 2003 he is the soloist of Németh Gábor Project.
He is the composer of the “Budapest Jazz Suite” (the first piece written to Budapest Jazz Orchestra). In May 2002 after its Hungarian debut the Suite was performed in Helsinki by the UMO Jazz Orchestra conducted by the composer. His second “big” composition for big band „The Wayfarer” was called alive upon the Hungarian Radio’s request and was introduced by the European Broadcasting Union Jazz Orchestra in Budapest, May 2002. The Wayfarer was recorded by BJO with the participation of the American saxophonist Dave Liebman.
His outstanding arrangements are: Jamie Winchester and Róbert Hrutka: Wood and Strings, big band production of Katica Illényi, the Veszprém Air Force Big Band, the Central Big Band of Hungarian Army.
Between 2003 and 2005 he was a member of presidency of Hungarian Jazz Federation, the leader of Big Band section of it, the founder of Budapest Big Band Festival and organizer of these events from 2001 to 2004.
From 2005 he is a member of Society of Hungarian Jazz Artists.
He has participated on several festivals at home and abroad playing with
e.g. Dave Liebman, Johnny Griffin, Bob Mintzer, Peter Erskine, Gerry Willis, Wallace Roney, Randy Brecker, Julian Joseph, Herbie Mann, Merilyn Mazur, Mike Kenelly, Ed Man, Kyle Gregory, Ray Anderson, Butch Lacy, Mario Gonzi, Tony Lakatos, Dés László, Gőz László, Borbély Mihály, Dresch Mihály, Vukán György, Szakcsi Lakatos Béla, Oláh Kálmán Pege Aladár, Gadó Gábor, László Attila, Balázs Elemér, Hárs Viktor, Kőszegi Imre,Lakatos “Ablakos” Dezső, Kovács Gyula…