Aron Talas is one of the prominent members of the Hungarian jazz scene. He has performed with Dave Liebman, Jorge Rossy, Nils‐Petter Molvaer, the New York Voices, Lew Tabackin, Rossano Sportiello among others.
He worked with many groups in Hungary in the jazz/pop/world music scene, such as Mihály Borbély Quartet, Zoltán Lantos' Opensource
He was at the top ten at the Montreux Jazz Piano Competition in 2015 and was awarded several times in Hungary, such as "Junior Prima" and "Gramofon". He was voted multiple times for the "Pianist of the Year" in the main hungarian jazzsite. ()
His first solo album "Beats From My Heart" released on december 2020.
With the "Aron Talas Trio" he released two albums "Floating Island" and "Little Beggar", which earned critical acclaim.
Aron Talas teaches piano at the Béla Bartók Conservatory, and he is the accompanist at Franz Liszt Academy of Music, jazz-vocal department. He visited the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance with the Erasmus program for teachers.
Aron Talas was also a jazz-drums/combo teacher at Kodolányi János University.
Currently he lives in Basel participating in the world-renowned program called "Focusyear" of the Musik-Akademie Basel.