Müller Péter Sziámi
One of the initiators of Sziget Festival, writer, performer, arranger. Who is He?
Péter Sziámi Müller’s name is well-known among the different audiences, because his diverse personality has been found in many different tasks. For decades, the dominant figure in Hungarian alternative music life with his orchestras (UHF, Control Group, Siamese), with his original ideas (one of the founders of Sziget, the largest and most popular summer festival in Central Europe today, and a dreamer of the Miskolc Opera Festival), but was strategic ( Hungarian State Opera House and Artistic Director (National Theater of Miskolc) and publisher (Jonathan Miller Publisher). Constantly juggling, creating, trying new.
Originally a Hungarian-French teacher, he was a poet, but at one of his summer holidays he was inspired to write a novel about a Siamese twin pair. His friends started calling Siam. Later, the strange nickname came in handy when he worked with his father, Péter Müller, and the name of the creator of the name, father and son, could be precisely linked to the name in the announcement of the Madách Theater.
Free Man Péter Müller Siam?
Yes, definitely. She spends her time with her wife and three teenage children and other family members and friends – she says about herself. No, and of course with the many and varied work he has done in the past decades as an actor (led by Dóra Elek in a mysteriously injured Baltazár Theater), as a music writer (Béla Szakcsi Lakatos and Gábor Gábor Miklós Kerényi on Shakespeare’s Holy Night Dream) or concert ( as a member of the Pianissimo! duo with Béla Szakcsi Lakatos) at home and abroad. Not to mention the Island (originally the Student Island of Universities), the times of the Netherlands or the rest of the foreign residence and works. Indeed, in the university years, the Television Editor is assistant and scriptwriter, among others Tamás Vitray. Perhaps the most special is the Clown Class of the Artist Training School, learning from Alfonso and Rodolfo.
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