Zoltán Mizsei graduated from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music as a professor of choral conducting and Church music. He received his DLA in 2004. Currently, he is associate professor there at the department of Church music. He teaches Renaissance church music, choral conducting and voice teaching practices. Since 2014 he has been the conductor of Schola Academica choir. He sings and plays instruments in several early music and world music ensembles, composes music for contemporary dance performances and films. He teaches improvisation for music therapists at ELTE University. He organized different festivals and workshops to combine composed music and soundscape. Recently has established the Music Laboratory  at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Kőszeg (iASK) with an interdisciplinary research, sound arts, touristic and education agenda entitled ‘Sounding City’.