filmmaker and former principal cellist
“Every real artist consists of at least four people: a dramatic personification of a genius, a fool, a saint and a miserable jailbird” J.P.
Frigyes Fogel (1972 Budapest – Hungary) was born into a film making family.
Frigyes was a “child prodigy” and at age 9 won the National Competition as a cellist. He attended the University of Music Franz Liszt at age 11.
He is fluent in 4 languages: Spanish, German, Hungarian and English.
He played as a soloist and principal cellist around the world and recorded CDs for Sony Classical and others.
At age 33, Frigyes Fogel left the professional music business and founded FogelMedia, an independent audiovisual company in Europe.
Since then, he created films such as The Cultural Creatives – The (R)evolution, seen around the world by millions of viewers on-line.
Frigyes recently finished an international documentary titled: The Alchemists