Posts Tagged ‘singer’

Peter Cincotti a New Yorker in Budapest!

December. 16. 2018.  –  8 p.m.

District, XII., 14 – 16 Csörsz Street – Budapest

Peter Cincotti  – Pop, Jazz, Singer, Songwriter – 4  in 1!

Coming from California … arriving Budapest … leaving for Foggia

In the series of Get Closer Concert, Peter Cincotti pianist making his way to the MOM Sport and Entertainment Center. Learned how to play the instrument at the same age he learned how to walk and talk. Was only 7 years old, Cincotti was introduced to Harry Connick, Jr. in Atlantic City. After singing a few numbers onstage, the wee lad accompanied Connick and his big band from the piano.

It’s as integral to him as the bare essential elements of life. Fame and fortune are just around the corner. A born and bred New Yorker, Cincotti spent much of his childhood going to school during the day and playing clubs at night.  Like a pilot in a cockpit, when Cincotti sits down at a piano it’s as if the world is at his fingertips.

The pianist #1 on the Billboard jazz charts, making 18-year old Cincotti the youngest artist ever to do so. ​ Since then, Peter has performed in some of the world’s mos  prominent jazz festivals, with various artists such as Andrea Bocelli, David Guetta, Seal and Simona Molinari. Played at prestigious venues from Carnegie Hall to L’Olympia in Paris, collaborated with artists ranging from Andrea Bocelli to David Guetta, has been featured in blockbuster films such as Spiderman 2, represented the global fashion brands Ermenegildo Zegna and Tod’s, and just recently appeared as himself in Season 3 of the hit Netflix series House Of Cards.​

Update by Aggie Reiter


 Logo ...Integráció a színpadon a zene és a tánc jegyében

4 p.m. – Sunday, May, 18. 2014.

The “Aranytiz” Culture Center awaits their guests hungry for culture.

The integration of music and dance on stage is organized on behalf of the „Move” – non-profit public association.  The Gala Art Show will be presented in honor of equality. The event show will present well-known famous artists of the Hungarian world of culture at the

”Aranytíz” (Goldten) Culture Center  – located at District V., 10, Arany Street – Budapest.

Upon the stage healthy and disabled dancers, singers and performers will  fulfill the evening’s show. The event is arranged to prove and enlight that within everyone healthy and disable lies their own possibilities. The evening will be rich within culture charms and celebrities performing as:  Szilvia Kárászy – Pianist – the evening’s honored guest, Daniel Torres – Singer,  Györgyi Láng – Singer – member of the Pa-do-do group , László Szabó- Singer, Bernadette Vágó – Artist – Budapest’s Operetta Theater, László Benkő – keyboardist – member of the Omega Band,  Attila László – winner at „The Star is Born”.

Also performing: Anna Ballai – member at the Budaorsi Pro Musica Choir, Marton Csanyi –  visually impaired pianist, Daniela Ivanova – disabled singer, László Isaiah – visual impairment poetry, Mária Flamich  and Csaba Magyar – visually impaired singer and pianist, Rolling Dance Group, Mario Jánoki – visually impaired pianist – discovered at the Andrea Bocelli international talent show, singer, Teca Krizbai – visually impaired singer – previously attended the „Star is Born”, Anna Napsugár – deaf ice dancer,  Ágnes Ballai – singer, Roll Dance – wheelchair dance, Anna Maria Tisza – deaf poetry and BeaTurcsányi and György – Ballroom dancers.

Closing the Gala the artists will form a choir and sing along together the evergreen song … „Happy Day”

The charity event’s income will be devoted to help the „Move” – non-profit public organization to support the visually impaired and blind individuals to take part at on a tandem bicycle tour around the Lake Balaton.

All guests arriving as with disability complimentary ticket will be the provided by the organizers!

Ticket price to the Gala show will be 600HUF

Slogen … „”We are flying together on the wavelength of melodies and dances to make our day luminous and brighten the stars.”

More update coming soon…


Update by Aggie Reiter