Besides his continuous work in the theatre, in which he has also achieved great international success with the Hólyagcirkusz Company, the list is long of groups Szőke has established since his departure from Makám: Tin-Tin Quartet, Pangea, Ektar, Rubai Trio, and most recently Trio Squelini - all significant representatives of the domestic ethno-jazz scene. Of the members of these groups, he has now invited those with whom he continues to enjoy active and fruitful musical and personal friendships for a unique dialogue of ethno-jazz, poetry and theatre at Müpa: double bassist Róbert Benkő, guitarists Zsolt Csókás and Gábor Juhász, singer Ágnes Kazai, cellist Ditta Rohmann, drummer Zsolt Sárvári Kovács, tabla player Péter Szalai, saxophonist Dániel Váczi, and poets Márk Süveg and Péter Závada - as well as, from Italy, trumpeter David Boato, clarinettist Francesco Socal, saxophonist Enrico Pagnin and pianist Roberto Durante.
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