Aladar began studying double bass at the age of 12. He is coming from a musician family. Later taking up a place at Bela Bartok Conservatory of Music in Budapest where he studied with Istvan Lukacshazy and Sandor Benyus.
In Hungary Aladar was working with many different orchestras including the National Youth Orchestra of Hungary, Dohnanyi Symphony Orchestra, Danubia Symphony Orchestra. With this orchestras Aladar had been touring around Europe.
In 2009 he took part in the Dartington International Summer School where he played in the Dartington Festival Orchestra which performed Haydn Creation with Sir Charles Mackeras.
In 2012 Aladar went on to study at Bmus level at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance studying double bass with Professor Leon Bosch as a TCL Scholar. He has taken part in various Trinity Laban orchestras such as their Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Side by Side Orchestra, Sinfonia Orchestra and the Baroque Orchestra which performed a concert in the Early Music Festival in 2012 at Greenwich.
Aladar is now attending Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama at MMus level in double under professor David Stark as a scholar and very keen to finish his studies in 2018.
He is keen to take part in various workshops in school such as the successful world premier project of Bartok Romanian Dances arranged for 10 violas a violin and a bass or the Schubert quintet played in the Telegraph Hill Music Festival. He is also happy to participate in semi classical arrangements such as Argentine Tango Orchestra Workshop (2009), Nestle Pops Orchestra (1998 – 2008, Hungary) and St Mary Jazz Band (2013 – 2016, Cardiff). Since he has been playing in the UK he was performing as a member in the Sommerset County Orchestra and in the Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra.
Aladar is also a dedicated teacher-to-be. He is currently practising towards his teaching career focusing on one-to-one double bass sessions in the age range of 8-14 years. His aim with the obtained teaching experiences is to encourage in students a lifelong enthusiasm in music and to give them the opportunities to develop to their maximum potential.