Félix Lajkó has always been one of those musicians who affects the soul with special sensitivity, the kind who uses his instruments as an intermediary between himself and the world. No matter what he tries his hand at or who joins him on the stage, the end result is always a mixture of instinctive and viscerally soulful music fed by a crystal-clear source of unknown profundity. His musical world establishes an independent genre that he combines, with unique sensitivity and feeling, with practically any musical ensemble of similar exigency. This is what critics had to say about him as he evolved all the while in the widest possible range of musical formations: sometimes as a solo artist, sometimes in a trio or with a full - or even symphonic - orchestra, or perhaps holding his listeners in feverish thrall with the sounds of the ‘party music' emerging from his zither.
At his 2018 New Year's concert, the principle role goes to the string players. The production promises to be a milestone in the history of Hungarian string-playing traditions. Knowing the habits and virtuosity of the other musicians taking the stage with him, as well as their passion for music in the fullest sense of the word, the audience can expect a unique experience. This jam session features Polish folk-classical artist Volosi, the world famous Alexander Balanescu together on stringed wings.
Presented by: Fonó Buda Music House
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