Bozay studied on the Békéstarhos University of Music with Budapest Academy of Music. He trained tranquility at Szeged Conservatory and proved helpful for the Hungarian radio, and in 1967 he visited Paris for half a year under a UNESCO scholarship or grant. Upon his go back to Hungary he changed his focus to structure. His String Quartet No. 1 brought him worldwide attention when it had been performed on the International Rostrum of Composers in 1967. His early functions are serial and melodic, and after his stay static in Paris he considered build clusters and composing with timbre. Bozay’s function contains some components of Hungarian peasant music, including folk rhythms and strophic folk music.