- 1980 with 1982: traditional formation of Bassoon. Discover the Jazz, Frank Zappa and Abba, and sings in an rock group of the college
- 1982: it chooses to learn the Saxophone and takes some courses with the Postás zeneiskola and discovers the Free jazz and the work of György Szabados (piano, composition) and of Mihály Dresch (saxophones, flutes, cimbalom, composition)
- 1985: it has problems with the police force, at the time of a “tolerated” national festival commemorating the revolution of 1848. It is obliged to leave the country in spite of him.
- 1986 : he emigrates with Paris.
- 1990 : he meets the beater Philippe Foch with which he will record until in 2003, then supplements his group with Bernard Malandain (Contrebassiste) and Michele Veronique (Violoniste): together they create the music of parts to the theater of the Company (François Cervantès).
Its group: Akosh S. Unit
See also: Akosh S. Unit
Aki (2004) At the church “Mindszentek” off Vàmosszabadi, Hungary, at Universal Music
Participation in albums with other groups
with Black Desire :
When one evokes with him the original exile, the departure of Hungary at the 20 years age, the arrival in Paris in the middle of the Eighties, of the phantasms of freedom howling with continuous floods of its saxophone tenor, when one supposes at once disillusion vis-a-vis gray reality and the throbbing pain of wrenching to his native land, Akosh Szelevenyi has this pretty answer full with wisdom and irony: I left my ground but I did not leave the ground… - concise formula with the paces taoists which perhaps proves the best definition of its wandering music dreaming to embrace all the places and all cultures of the world in a gesture which would be adding up without being totalitarian. Because it is well of that it acts: between wandering and rooting, all the music of Akosh is in search of territory - of a space to be crossed, live, populate… And if the exile is well founder, it is in this paradoxical movement which exalte, in the rupture, a membership of a soil, and opens simultaneously on the extent. - Stephan Olivier in Inrockuptibles n° 186 from February 17th to 23rd 1991.
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