PRAVO dance club and concert

October 8, 2011 - 16:00 - 18:00
Event location: 
CEU Residence Center, Prague room
Kerepesi ut 87.
Event type: 
Event audience: 
Open to the Public
Center for Arts and Culture (CAC)
PRAVO dance club and concert

The Pravo Orchestra has started from Békéscsaba, From Tótia as the descendants of the former Slovak wealthy peasant farmers call themselves over there. This is important information because Tótia is a very rich province in minorities: Slovaks, Gypsies, Hungarians, Romanians and Jewish lived and has been living there for centuries, and people are mixed as the instinct, the body and the heart dictated it. The members of the Pravo are all from this mixture. No little wonder that they have got themselves out of the Balkan folk music, they play Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian music. The character of this music is the same: receptive and is gladly thrown open if it is needed. Pravo set foot from here, since then has been playing in various places, holding dance halls; the members live in Pest mostly. I myself, who got to the Stormy-corner as an editor followed them and now both here and there I feel like home with them. We have stumbled together in the movie life (Megy a Gőzős), in the pubs (I won't enumerate). When already everything has burnt out inside me for good there comes a Pravo dance hall and again time has firmness for a good while.

(author Krisztián Grecsó)

Boros Csilla – Accordeon
Gera Attila – Wind instruments, vocal
Czirják Csaba – Tambura, guitar
Gera Gábor – Accordeon, vocal
Pataj Péter – Contrabass, bass guitar
Tömösi Tamás – Percussions, vocal