Ádám Lipták is a hungarian composer, piano player and orchestrator living in Vienna, Austria.
He got his master's degree from media composition in 2020 at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, in the class of Iris ter Schiphorst and Judit Varga.
He studied three years at the Franz Liszt Music University in Budapest, and got his Bachelor degree from Applied composition in 2015.
Before that he studied classical piano at the University of Szeged.
Adam has more than seven years of experience in composing and producing music for film and different kinds of media. His musical style is predominantly classical, even though his portfolio incorporates a wide range of musical styles. He composed music for short films and excerpts in the genre drama, action, comedy and horror/thriller. He worked on a lot of animation projects as well as video games. The main title music for the video game "OHM" and his music for a short animation "The Gruffalo" was recorded with a symphony orchestra.
He worked on more commercial projects, such as for Levi´s and Wien Tourismus (wien.info).
In the field of jazz two works written for big band orchestra were played live in the Porgy and Bess music club in Vienna. Besides that Adam composes music for the concert hall and numerous works from him were played and recorded in Vienna.
Ádám attended several composition courses and seminars, like the International Bartók Seminar and Festival (2013, 2015), Film Music Festival Krakow Masterclasses (2014), DAS ORCHESTER - orchestration and recording in film and seminars from film music composers, like Alexandre Desplat, Hans Zimmer, Ádám Balázs, Matthias Weber and Gerd Baumann.
He also took part in several composition competitions. He was in the 20 finalists in 2014 on the FMF Young Talent Award in Krakow. On the Vienna Film Music Price (Wiener Filmmusik Preis) he got the 1st and 2nd price in 2016 and 2017, and recently in 2020 he was in the 5 finalists on the New York City based Marvin Hamlisch International Music Awards in the emerging film scoring category.