Posts Tagged ‘Dániel Kardos – guitar’

The 21st Jewish Cultural Festival – Budapest

House of Bálint – Budapest

District, VI., 16. Révay Street

Between August, 27 and September, 27, 2018,

Every day from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. – Djerba mood and color schemes.

On the closing day, Thursday, September, 27, 2018, 5 p.m. family programs will be on the spot.

Within the framework of the 21st Jewish Culture Festival there are more on-site performances, and concerts in Budapest including at the House of Bálint with photo exhibitions, live music, documentary screening.    The program is held with the support of the Tunisian National Tourist Office whereas will be presenting a photo exhibition of the last flourishing “Jewish community in the heart of the Arab world”- Island of Djerba

The official opening on August, 27, 2018, at 5 p.m. will be held by András Heisler, President of the Association of Jewish Communities in Hungary (MAZSIHISZ).

Through the photographs of Anikó Hortolányi and Tamás Falus, the audience may see the life of the world-famous La Ghriba synagogue and the plethora of famous pilgrimage annually.

At the opening live Klezmer and Arabic music with Bori Magyar singer, accompanied on guitar by Dániel Kardos.

At 5.30 p.m., a 30-minute screening will take place of dr. Zoltan Csermák special documentary film about the life of Jews in Tunisia.

To take part at the event is free of charge.

Update Aggie Reiter

One night festival with the Django Swing Band – Budapest


The Django Swing Band is Hungary’s first Django-Pop Band

Tuesday, January, 20. 2015. 

 7.30 p.m.

Palace of Arts

District IX.,  l. Komor Marcell Street – Budapest

Swing à la Django band is giving a concert with celebrity guests as:  the Dohnányi Orchestra, conducted by Gábor Werner with guests: Pankastic!, András Hajós Micheller Myrtill Edina Szirtes Mókus and Tcha Badji (FR & CAN).

In Hungary and abroad had been proven many times, by the members of the Swing band Django the Hungarian music scene is rich in outstanding colors. At this unique concert straight from France are coming the French Tcha Badji manouche swing authentic band.

Swing à la Django is an innovative six-piece band (hardwood  Pál Lombos – bass, Dániel Kardos – guitar, József Csurkulya – dulcimer, Vilmos Seres – clarinet, accordion, Márk Horvath – guitar, Bence Gazda – violin. This created the unusual formation harmony sound authentic Hungarian music, French chansons and mixers of world manouche, jazz, swing and tango having the colors of the rainbow within their unique style.

Behind them are many years of experience gained at domestic and foreign concerts. wherever they stepped on stage their performances received endless applause. The band  enjoys going back to the roots, mostly inspired by Django Reinhardt … the Belgian-born genre gypsy jazz guitarist … stepping into the atmosphere  … Roaring in the 1920’s and 1930’s.

Update by Aggie Reiter