On this special evening, he will prove that he is as talented an author of instrumental songs as he is of vocal music, and he'll have the help of fellow musicians also recognised on the European stage. Interestingly, while they do have Hungarian roots, nearly every one of them made their name abroad. Gábor Bolla has lived in Denmark for several years and gives concerts alongside the top figures of the international jazz scene. For years, he has been an important partner in Szakcsi's work, as has Krisztián Pecek Lakatos, another wunderkind who plays both the double bass and bass guitar with distinction. Zoltán Csörsz, the grandmaster of groove drumming, found his home in Malmö, Sweden. Laci Gitano Nagy, known to audiences far and wide, will enrich the instrumental pieces with his singing. Szakcsi has been planning a joint production with his childhood friend Attila Kökény for years and he's devised similar plans with Linda Király, all of which will become a reality at this concert. Born Claudia Dancs, Claudia Campagnol is famous across Europe as a singer, but will be introduced to Hungarian audiences for the first time here.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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