Music

Georg Voros is professional drummer, composer and artist. He has worked with many musicians, producers and engineers and was a member of an award winning UK band, appeared on a Mercury Music Prize (UK) nominated album and is an artist in his own right having released his debut album “Bach to Me” in 2014 featuring renowned guest musicians.

He co-wrote and collaborated with keyboard player Duncan Mackay on the album ‘The Bletchley Park Project’ which was released in Japan in 2017.

Georg will be releasing his second solo album in 2021 and forming a live unit to perform music from his two albums with selected prog orientated cover tunes.

Georg is honored to be associated with these great brands
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Bach to Me

As a life-long fan of Progressive and Symphonic Rock Georg always wanted to release his own music. 2014 saw him achieve this with the release of his acclaimed album Bach to Me.

Well done mate!” Gary o’ Toole (Steve Hackett, Re-Genesis) – England

“Very original thinking! ” Lee Nicholas (Also Eden) – South Wales

“This is amazing!!” Leon Economides (Presenter at 93.8FM Rockfest) – South Africa

Listen to the album via Bandcamp on the left or buy the album in the shop, where you can also find Georg’s books, and other special offers.

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Georg has worked with

Featured on the 1999 Mercury Music Award ‘Best Album’ nominee, Bengali Bantam Youth Experience.

Black Star Liner

4X winners of the British Country Music Association ‘Best Group’ award – Live and Instudio

The Stu Page Band

70’s chart topping soul act – Live

Jimmy James and the Vagabonds

UK solo artist and ex ‘New Seekers’  singer – Instudio

Lyn Paul

Producer/solo artist and member of ‘The Notting Hillbillies’ on various projects – Instudio

Brendan Croker

South African and international multi-instrumental artist – Live

Greg Georgiades

USA engineer/producer whose credits include ‘Lyle Lovett’ and ‘Acoustic Alchemy’ – Instudio

Steve Jones

UK solo artist and the only singer to have toured with the Original Elvis band and also ‘The Jordanaires’ – Live

Johnny Earle

Sony signed UK chart funk band – Live

Velvet Jungle

The late lead singer with multi chart hit UK band ‘Smokie’ – Live and in the studio

Alan Barton

Critically acclaimed and Grammy nominated Nashville singer and songwriter – Live

Gail Davies

South African UK based band pop/world music band released in Europe – Live and in the studio

Wozani

UK engineer/producer whose credits include ‘Dave Stewart’ and ‘The Warm Jets’ – Instudio

Nick Hunt

The UK’s premier steel guitarist and bandleader of Albert Lee’s Hogan’s Heroes – Live

Gerry Hogan

The South African Hit Musical West End show – Live

Umoja

ex-Lead singer from South African band e’Void – Live and in the studio

Erik Windrich

Georg was a founder member of this successful South African no 1 chart hit band – Live and In the studio

e’Void

Award winning South African solo recording artist- Live and in the studio

Neil Solomon

South African Blues/Rock legend – Live

Piet Botha

Top selling solo female artist and Idols (South Africa) judge – Live

Mara Louw

Irish solo country artist – Live

Geraldine Brannigan

Via Afrika (cult 80’s South African band) – Live

Rene Arnell

Cult 70′ s South African band – Live and in the studio

Snakeshed

South African Kwaito and Dance solo artist – Live

Tamara Dey

Award winning South African engineer whose credits include Hugh Masekela, John Legend and Tina Turner – In the studio

Richard Mitchell

Award winning South African engineer whose credits include Toto, The Hothouse Flowers and U2- In the studio

Peter Pearlson

ex-South African alternative country solo artist based in Denmark – Live

Jim Neversink

Recorded drums and percussion for the stage show aired at this event attended by President Thabo Mbheki and former President Nelson Mandela – Instudio

2003 World Parks Summit

‘The Love we can share’ single for Worldvision. South Africa’s version of ‘Band Aid’ – Instudio

Worldvision

Musicians associated with bands and artists such as Level 42, Vanessa Mae, Drum Theatre, Osibisa, Tom Robinson, Hugh Masekela, Lucky Dube, Clive Bunker (Jethro Tull) and Go West – Live and in the studio

Other musicians

Performed at drum events with the likes of Marco Minnemann, Jojo Mayer, Dom Famularo, David Klaasen and Barry van Zyl

Other drummers