1705 - J a z z C o n c e r t

Date: 
February 5, 2013 - 19:00
Building: 
Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower
Room: 
Auditorium
Event type: 
Event audience: 
CEU host unit(s): 
Center for Arts and Culture (CAC)
1705 - J  a z z  C o n c e r t

For the members of the group, openness, the breaking down of barriers and the crossing of real or 
imagined boundaries are prime motivations. It is thanks to this approach that the trio’s music, despite its 
many sources of inspiration, forms a homogenous whole, embracing the melodies and dynamism of pop, the freshness 
of electronic music, classical music’s emphasis on harmony, the diversity of world music and, of course, the free 
and sympathetic ensemble play of jazz. Rhythmically complex piano parts, unusual percussion instruments and 
frequent use of the bow on the double bass are distinctive features of the trio’s sound. All three musicians 
have made long journeys to find their own voices and individual styles. The group was formed at the end of 2010 
on Béla’s return home from 15 years in Australia.
Zsolt Kaltenecker – Piano
Béla Piri – Double Bass
András Dés – Percussion
Admission is free!

For the members of the group, openness, the breaking down of barriers and the crossing of real or imagined boundaries are prime motivations. It is thanks to this approach that the trio’s music, despite its many sources of inspiration, forms a homogenous whole, embracing the melodies and dynamism of pop, the freshness of electronic music, classical music’s emphasis on harmony, the diversity of world music and, of course, the free and sympathetic ensemble play of jazz. Rhythmically complex piano parts, unusual percussion instruments and frequent use of the bow on the double bass are distinctive features of the trio’s sound. All three musicians have made long journeys to find their own voices and individual styles. The group was formed at the end of 2010 on Béla’s return home from 15 years in Australia.

 

The Group:

Zsolt Kaltenecker – Piano

Béla Piri – Double Bass

András Dés – Percussion

 

Admission is free!