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The stage came alive with the greatest Christmas hits as you’ve never heard them before! The whole show rolled on with the accompaniment of a big band. Their special Xmas costumes really enlighten the show. I have never seen on one stage so many Santa Claus and Santa Gals!

Hungary’s well-known fab performers spiced up the evening’s show. Of course beside the Xmas notes that couldn’t have had been left out, the artists sang their own hits as well.

On the stage one-by-one joined the band and sang their well-known songs: (Zséda)  Ms. Adrienn Zsédenyi, Ms. Kati Wolf, Ms. Vera Tóth, Ms. Gabi Tóth,  Mr. Nikolas Takács, Ms. Ildikó Keresztes  and rocked the night away with Gábor Gönczi’s Smile Rock Circus Band.   Many standing on the platform couldn’t resist non to dance or just tap the beat to the superb well-know songs.

The interactive show on the background and the light technic were superb, had all the ingredients that a real professional show has to be reached for  the qualification to a  high standard. The “only” thumb-down was for the poor and non clear sound. The singer voice were not clear and were hardly heard. There must be some sort of a node at the Syma Hall. The technical stuff and the sound engineers were probably on vacation … such a pity. Sometimes the singers voices were swept away by the band’s hitting the sound. It’s not my first occasion being at a concert in the Syma Hall.   Was a couple of occasions and last time at Mr. Brian Ferry’s concert and oh boy, what a shame, a pitfall to have such an unpalatable sound and not to mention, to do that with an awesome artist! I really hope the locals and groups to come to the Syma Hall will have a better technical stuff  to their forthcoming concerts.

I believe that all the folks on the stage did their best and under the bottom line, it was a great evening seeing, hearing (?!?) live performance of

Hungary’s latest stars that night.

Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter

8 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 30/12/2011 at 08:45

    Hello….I have been a regular reader of your blog since it’s inception and I’m pleased to note that you are not afraid to include constructive criticism when needed…Too often reporters gloss over flaws in presentations and performances to retain goodwill with those behind the scenes at the expense of an honest appraisal of what has been witnessed by those reporting these events….Thank You…

  2. Posted by Tina on 14/01/2012 at 00:36

    That’s a sharp way of tinkhing about it.

    • Hello Dear Tina… tks. for coming by and taking ya time to leave comment to my update… Yepp I see ya got my words correctly… my intention was to be sharp…
      if ya’d have had been there, I wonder how sharp would ya have been… When something is not just quite right … ya don’t plce a blan-aid on ya mouth..right?!? Cause things don’t change by themselves, it will go on-and-on…
      I don’t know where ya from … anyway, wish ya a fine Sunday, if ya still have some remained hours from it and a fine week ahead of ya… bye from rollinginbudapest.com

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