Gypsy Swing Concert: Canarro (HUN)

Western-European manouche swing with a touch of 100-year-old music of Budapest parloors, a pinch of Paris and the musical freedom of jazz.
The concert was supported by “The National Cultural Found of Hungary NKA” and the “Hangfoglaló program”.
Canarro plays exciting authentic manouche swing with the gypsy jazz popularized by Django Reinhardt and Hungarian musical traditions amalgamating in its repertoire.

The members of the band have shown their talent in different ensembles performing in prominent stages of the world. In Canarro’s concerts we can lose ourselves in the immediate joy of music with all our senses.

violin – Tamás Szakál
guitar – Attila Sidoo
guitar – Viktor Jakab
double bass – Márton Soós
accordion – Johannes Olsson

 
Monday, October 21, 2019
20:00-22:00

Doors: 19:00
Concert: 20:00

Pre-sale tickets (https://fienta.com/canarro)
8 € Early bird
10 € Regular ticket
Table reservations +15 €

Tickets at the door (if not sold out):
12 €

Thanks to Musique de l’Europe Production, Balassi Institute – Hungarian Cultural and Scientific Centre, Helsinki.

www.canarro.hu
www.mdlefestival.eu
www.facebook.com/canarro

 
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