Maestro Agim Hushi is one of the Belcanto Masters in the world today.
Agim graduated from the Albanian Academy of Arts in Tirana in 1991. He continued his postgraduate studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, where, in parallel with vocal studies, he specialized in the pedagogy of singing. In 1995 Agim was appointed principal tenor at the Hungarian State Opera, where he performed significant roles ranging in operas including Manon Lescaut, Turandot, Il Tabarro, Il Lombardi, and Purgacov. In 1997, he sang for the South Australian State Opera and Opera Australia under the baton of world Maestro Richard Bonynge. Agim has continued to sing and pursue his career around Asia, New Zealand, and the USA.
In 1999, he received an award from the "Jane Potter Foundation" in Australia for his achievements in opera and high-class performances on world opera stages.
Agim recorded several famous albums, including a CD with Albanian soprano Inva Mula for EMI in 2010. In 2012, Agim recorded his first solo album AMORE GRANDE, considered one of the biggest hits of all time in his tenor repertoire.
Agim was the Head of the Opera Department at the Vienna Conservatorium for 12 years.