Aron Koos-Hutas is a Hungarian trumpet player, producer, songwriter.
He began dealing with music at a young age and performed in various musical venues throughout his childhood. At the beginning he was inspired by Maurice Andre and chose the trumpet as his instrument. Now his trumpet playing is primarily inspired by the listening experiences of Clifford Brown, Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Michael Jackson and the Earth, Wind and Fire.
Aron received classical trumpet education at the Lajtha László Musical School from 1991 and at the Weiner Leo Classical Music Highschool from 1997. And then in 2001 he started to study jazz trumpet at Kőbánya Music Studio. Aron graduated at the jazz-trumpet department of Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 2008 in Hungary, where, amongst others, he was the disciple of Kornél Fekete-Kovács.
He is the solo trumpetplayer of the Budapest Jazz Orchestra and also plays jazz with Balazs Jozsef Quintet. He has a complex personality, so he is present at several musical genres besides the jazz. We can know about him that he fulfils his Balkan folk music interest in the band called Guca Partyzans Brass Band, which plays authentic Balkan brass music. Furthermore we can see him on the underground music stages playing in bands, like Pannonia Allstars Ska Orchestra. Among the various musical trends (reggae, pop, salsa, jazz, Balkan folk music...), besides jazz his connection with Balkan music excels that can also be discovered in his improvisational style during his cooperation with Djabe.