Gábor Gyöngyösi, who has played piano since the age of eight, studied at Kőbánya Music Studio He has accompanied American musicians like blues singers Karen Carroll and Sharrie Williams and guitarist Kirk Fletcher as the keyboardist on their European tours, and has played in Hungary in the groups of Tamás Somló and Peter Ogi, the latter of the Hooligans. The Szentes-born keyboard player is a great admirer - and restorer - of electric pianos from the 1970s, including the Fender Rhodes, which will be featured in his appearance. In addition to his many other activities, Gyöngyösi has recently felt an increasing desire to spend time on his own musical world. The audience will now get to hear, for the first time, compositions that completely depart from his previous musical works. These are pieces that he has so far only played at home, mostly when nobody else was present. This is how the programme was named Room Secrets.
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