When discussing Cimbiózis, the trio he founded in 2013 with Györggy Orbán and István Baló, Miklos has commented that, 'I set up the trio so we could perform like they do in chamber music, where each individual musician has an equal role. That's one of the reasons why I chose the name Miklós Lukács Trio - Cimbiózis (Symbiosis), because the symbiosis between us is absolutely key. For this concert, before the trio take to the podium with their characteristic free-spirited, improvisational music, they will present material from the group's third album with the help of two partners from the world of classical music, the clarinet player Csaba Klenyán and the bassoonist Attila Jankó. Their new album, Lux et umbra - Light and Shadow - seeks to assess the connecting points of seemingly contradictory natural phenomena, the brotherhood that exists between us and the impact this has on our lives.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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