Since the ten-year existence of the trombone quartet, the Four Bones performed in many countries around the world, including England, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, China, Germany as well as in Slovenia.
The graduates of the Music Academy continuously give full house concerts or represent Hungary in outstanding events across Europe. Also, they are returning guests of Asia.
In Hungary they appear regularly at the Sziget Festival, at the programs of the Night of Museums, the Festival of Museums, the Plain Art Contemporary Art Festival and the Söndörgő Festival, and have performed in the Budapest Palace of Arts (MÜPA), the Grand Hall of the Music Academy, the Ludwig Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institut Français de Budapest as well.
In 2014, a brand-new project has been released in the Palace of Arts (MÜPA), which again is an exciting venture and at the same time widening the boundaries of genre. The classic Four Bones sound is a merge of modern electronic, melodic percussion, composed by or dedicated to the Quartet.
They collaborated with prominent artists such as pianist and composer János Nagy, who also wrote the piece ‚Impressions’, singer Beáta Palya, poet Orsolya Karafiáth and the percussionist Tamás “Tobzi” Kovács. The quartet has also played in various concert halls as a jazz ensemble and has received invitations to illustrious jazz festivals next to such excellent musicians as singer Zita Gereben.
The Four Bones Quartet released its first album, Crossroads in 2011. The album reflects on the band's diverse musical repertoire. 5 Hungarian contemporary composers’ works – made especially for the band – lead the audience through the often mixed world of tango, jazz and folk music. As the band is constantly looking for new challenges, they are performing together with many outstanding musicians or other bands on their national and international tours.