Márk Bartha (1990) is an electronic musician, sound designer and performer based in Budapest, Hungary.

he worked with various theatre- and dance companies in Hungary as well as in the USA, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Romania and Poland. He composed music for animations, visual media and films.

working as a professional applied composer gave him a firm experience in musical production and collaborations in the most diverse musical environments.

his personal artistic focus is widespread; having his musical background rooted in choir music, the connection of human voice and electronic music has been the center of his researches, while recently he has been working to present his compositions in an audiovisual environment. he hosts a radio show on the independent ‘Lahmacun Radio’ in Budapest, and under his moniker ‘Lohuma’ he produces beats and plays as a DJ.




teacher

2020-2021 - Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest - Faculty of Theatre - Dramaturg
Subject: Applied music in Theatre and Film

2017-2018 - Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest - Faculty of Theatre - Stage Director
Subject: Applied music in Theatre and Film

2013-2014 - Budapest Metropolitan University - Vocational Secondary School Institution - Sound Master
Subject: Ear Training


education

2010-2013 - University of Pécs – Faculty of Music and Visual Arts - BA in Electronic Music and Media Arts
BA work: Electronic Music and Media Arts degree
Thesis: Vocalism in the Electroacoustic Music
Degree concert: Human Voice as an Interface in a Musical Structure


awards

personal
2019 - Soharóza - Az Ügy - Nominated (with Dóra Halas) on Theatre Critics' Award - Best Theatre Music

as co-creator
2021 - Dívák / Divas - 18. Verzio Film Festival - Audience Award 
2019 - Soharóza - Az Ügy - Nominated on Theatre Critics' Award - Best Play, Best Independent Theatre Play, Best Costume
2017 - Stereo Akt (dir. Martin Boross) - Promenade: Baltimore -Baltimore Magazine's Best of Baltimore Readers Poll - Best Play or Performance Award
2017 - Hodworks - Grace - Rudolf Lábán's Award for Best Contemporary Dance Piece
2015 - Szputnyik Hajózási Trásaság (dir. Dániel D. Kovács) - A heilbronni Katica - Theatre Critics' Award - Best Independent Theatre Play