•  basics of violin playing obtained from Gustáv Náhlovský, student of Otakar Ševčík

  •  study at Bratislava Conservatory (Tibor Gašparek) and at Akademie für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna (Wolfgang Schneiderhan)

  • since 1949

    concert master of Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava

  • since 1955

    leader of Bratislava Chamber Orchestra (with no conductor)

  • 1956 – 1983

     primarius of Slovak Quartet

  • 1955 – 1974

    pedagogue at Conservatory in Bratislava

  • 1974 –

    1983 pedagogue at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava

“Aladár Móži belonged to talents who raised their abilities to the high level of general application. Evidence of it is in many fields of his activities, whether we have in mind his solo and chamber playing, his significant work of concert master, composer or pedagogue (…) The art of violin of Aladár Móži represents an indispensable part of his lifelong activity. His solo activity is not very rich but it is multilateral. Recordings in the archive of Czechoslovak Radio – 35 concerts, 100 sonatas and about 300 small compositions – are proof that Móži was very active violinist, and abroad he met with great interest and appreciation (…) In addition to his international repertoire of concerts, sonatas and other compositions we have to highlight his promotion and premieres of compositions of Slovak composers, that A. Móži performed in concerts at home and abroad (…) He earned great appreciation during his stay in USA (1975), later as a pedagogue in Japan, resp. concert master and instructor of Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo (…) As a pedagogue he required from his adepts spontaneity, naturalness and smoothness, without speculative and violent interventions (…) in the long term activity of concert master of Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra he used his artistic performing abilities at the post as the head player and he directed the section of first violins, as well as the all strings (…) Perhaps the most important part of the artistic work of A. Móži was his fruitful activity as leader of the Slovak Quartet (since 1956), in which he managed to raise the level of the ensemble of its local-regional significance platform coinciding with a world-class...

(Albrecht, Ján: In memoriam zaslúžilý umelec Aladár Móži. In: Hudobný život 1983/4, p. 3)