Zsolt Varga

musician, teacher

member and chairman of L1 Association (2011-)


10 Questions – 10 Answers

Where would you like to wake up tomorrow morning? 

Faro, Portugal.

Can you name a book, a movie, a piece or a song, which you think is about you? 

All the music I created either with others or just by myself was about myself. All the dance pieces I took part in were about myself too.

What would you do, if you wouldn’t be doing what you do now?


What year would you type into a time machine, and why? 

A year when people respected the earth and through this, maybe each other too. Don’t know though if this year is back or forward in time.

What are the first two items on your bucket list? 

Cranking up a vintage Marshall Super Lead and maybe a third Siamese cat.

When and how do you get your best ideas?

Everywhere, really. In the bathroom, in bed, on the bus, in the rehearsal space or sitting at home.

Which historical figure or fictive personality would you like to share a cup of coffee/tea or a glass of wine with? 

Sophie Scholl and Jimi Hendrix.

What is your oldest piece of clothing? 

I have a few sweaters from the early and mid 80s, knitted by my mum – I still wear them. Besides that I have two pair of shoes from the same period, which I wear on stage from time to time.

Which sense is the most important for you? 

I couldn’t really pick just one, because they connect by complementing each other. But I think I wouldn’t like to give up my hearing.

Is there one fact about you, which would surprise others if they would know it?

Probably the fact that I’ve read The Lord of the Rings about 20 times.

(January 2015.)