The domestic soul scene has been undergoing significant developments in recent years, and Ruby Harlem, established in 2017, is a positive sign of this process. The orchestral sound of Hungarian-language songs is brought to life by eight young musicians, led by the unique voice of Szandra Iván. Their first album was released in 2019 and was followed by a series of exciting co-productions, while their latest duet pays tribute to the legendary singer Charlie. Ruby Harlem, beating with the heart of the audience, will heat up the ice rink outdoor stage with its last concert in 2021.
Led by singer-pianist and songwriter Szandra Iván, Ruby Harlem has made rapid progress, winning the Fonogram Award in just two years. The band is known from the 2019 season of "A Dal" (The Song), and their debut album "Legyen úgy, ahogy nem volt még" ("Let's do it as it has never been done before") was released in the same year. Known for its dominant vocal and brass section, pulsating grooves and deep message, the group delivers its love of music to its audiences with tremendous energy at its l...ive concerts. In the last year and a half, they have made a name for themselves on the Hungarian popular music scene with duets recorded with star performers. After Tomi Veréb, Juli Horányi and Linda Király, they recorded a song with the iconic voice of Charlie. On the penultimate day of the year, Ruby Harlem, "the country's most positive band", will set the mood to launch into a successful 2022.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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