Kalman Balogh Net Worth
Kalman Balogh made money by Producers niche. For all time, at the moment, 2017 year, Kalman Balogh earned $14 Million. Exact sum is $14000000.
Short biography, height, weight, dates:
Birth date: January 18, 1959
Birth place: Miskolc, Hungary
Profession: Producer, Miscellaneous Crew, Assistant Director
Education: Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest
Albums: Master of the Gypsy Cimbalom, Gipsy Colours
Wikipedia Source: Kalman Balogh
Ká-lmá-n Balogh is a Hungarian cimbalom player and leader of Kalman Baloghs Gypsy Cimbalom Band. Balogh is a Hungarian cimbalom player, descending from a famous dynasty of Hungarian Gypsy musicians. His virtuosity is matched only by his understanding and respect of his heritage. A graduate of Franz Liszt Academy of Music of Budapest completed his studies in 1980 under supervision of Ferenc Gerencsé-r. Balogh studied the Gypsy music in Europe and Asia for several years. He has completed many successful tours throughout the world with various ensembles, including five tours in North America. He has performed and toured with many of the best folk bands and has recorded dozens of albums with them and as a solo artist. He was a featured performer in numerous major European festivals and venues featuring Gypsy music. Balogh has performed on concerts in North America. He has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra, New World Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Austin Symphony and the Band, Oregon Festival Orchestra. He also played at many North American festivals and clubs. He has played with several musicians like Arild Andersen, Patrice Heral, Ferenc Snetberger, Peter Ralchev, Ivo Papazov and Iva Bittova. In 1985 he was awarded the Hungarian distinction of Young Master of Folk Arts, and two years later he won second prize in the Aladá-r Rá-cz cimbalom-competition. As an artist he has performed with Hungarian bands as Já-nosi, Ö-krö-s, Té-ka, Mé-ta, Muzsiká-s, Zsará-tnok, Ví-zö-nt?, Vasmalom, the Swedish Orient-Express, the Dutch Sultan and Ot Azoj, the English Transglobal Underground, the American Peter Ogi and the Joel Rubin Jewish Ensemble. The cimbalom, a sort of oversized hammer dulcimer played with mallets like a vibraphone, possesses piano like percussive abilities to drive a band rhythmically or take the melodic lead.