As part of the ensemble Four Fathers, I had the great fortune to work together several times with Joe Murányi, Louis Armstrong's last jazz clarinettist. A Hungarian-American, he was also the only white musician to ever serve in this role. After one of our performances together, he came over to me and said simply, "Sanyi! There's nothing more wonderful than singing voices!"
Sándor Boros was born in Hajdúnánás in 1967. Training under Endre Zádor, he completed his music studies in Debrecen, earning three academic degrees. After first singing with the Kodály Choir Debrecen between 1990 and 1995, he spent five years with the Honvéd Male Choir, where he also sang as a soloist. He has been a member of the Hungarian National Choir since 2000. He has been named Singer of the Year by all three choirs at various times. In 1995, he co-founded the eMeRTon Award-winning vocal ensemble Four Fathers, of which he has been a member ever since.
In 2019, he was presented with the Hungarian Bronze Cross of Merit (Civilian Division) in recognition for his work as a performer nurturing the traditions of Hungarian musical cultural and choral singing, as well as popularising the genre of a cappella singing.