Guitar-artist, composer. His extraordinary musical talent, outstanding energetic playing style, profound artistic sensibility, and his total technical control of the instrument make his perfomances unforgettable. Mihajlo is a real musical virtuous.
He was born in Huszt (Ukraine) in 1981. His parents are a music-teacher and a composer. He started his studies on classical-guitar specialization in Art school of Uzhgorod when he was 7. In 1994 he was the winner of the guitar competition of Transcarpathia in Uzhgorod. In 1996 he had continued his studies in the State Music High School of Uzhgorod, where he graduated like a guitar-artist and conductor 4 years later. In 2000 he won second prize on the national competition of the "New Talents of Ukraine”. After his graduate in the Music High School, he continued his studies in the Lysenko State Music Academy on classical guitar, composer and conductor faculty. Between 2000 and 2005 he worked like a guitar-artist and composer on many international musical events in Ukraine and European countries. Vihula Mihajlo participated in many master courses with well-known gutar-master artists.
He moved to Hungary in 2005. He has been working for the Fazekas Art School in Miskolc and he performs in musical plays of National Theatre of Miskolc. Since 2006 he has been actively performing on the Guitar-festivals of Balatonfüred and it is included that he took part in the "world's longest concert" held within the framework of the 2007 and 2008 Guinness World Record attempt. In 2008 he won golden diplom on the International Art Competition of Siófok like a guitar-artist. In 2009 and in 2012 Miskolc goverment honored him for popularization of classical music, care of the cultural propaganda and making strengthen the Ukrainian - Hungarian cultural relations. In 2013 the NobilArt Art Association and the SEGOVIA specialist guitar-shop made a contest where he won the second award on the international competition. In 2015 the „PRO CULTURA MINORITATUM HUNGARIAE” award was given by the Institute of National Culture to Vihula Mihajlo.
As a composer, he wrote more than 150 compositions, included operas, orchestral and choral works, string quartets and chamber music, more than 50 classical compositions for guitar, songs and musical poems.