The Hungarian conductor, harpsichordist and recorder player, Géza Klembala, completed the diploma as a music teacher, choir conductor and harpsichord, at the Music Academy Franz Liszt in Budapest. In 1986-1987 he worked as a visiting professor for the subjects conducting, theory, solfege, and folk music at the Kodály Center of America in Boston. For the cultural channel of the Hungarian Radio, he wrote and directed numerous music programs (instrumental music of the Renaissance, music manuscripts, music festivals of the church, Bach's cantatas, etc.). As a harpsichordist and recorder player, he played in Hungary and on concert tours (including Japan and France) with early music ensembles (Camerata Hungarica, Budapest Studio of Early Music, Mandel Quartet Affetti Musicalia etc.). In 1992 he became director of music school and music middle school Leo Weiner of Budapest.
In 1988, Géza Klembala formed in his former school, the Tancsics School in Budapest, a Renaissance ensemble, which has become known as the vocal ensemble CantuS CorvinuS. He created a chamber choir, with vocal homogeneity and its unmistakable timbre gives it a unique character.