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Voice & Bass (accompanied By Ari Erev(p) & Gasper Bertoncelj (dr). at Shablul Jazz Club

Where

Shablul Jazz Club
יורדי הסירה,Тель-Авив
Tel Aviv

When

Wed, November 2, 2016
20:30

Add to Calendar 2016-11-02 20:30 2016-11-02 Voice & Bass (accompanied By Ari Erev(p) & Gasper Bertoncelj (dr). at Shablul Jazz Club VOICE AND BASS - Shablul Jazz (part of ISRAEL TOUR - 2-4 November)

"Voice and Bass", are a Hungarian Duo - Vocalist Ágnes Lakatos and Bassist Tibor Csuhaj Barna. (http:// www.voicebass.com)

They create fascinating music using only their two musical lead lines, positioned at the two edges of the musical spectrum, a challenge that is quite unique, even at a world/global scale.

Lakatos and Csuhaj Barna are very active musicians in Hungary, with credits for cooperation with leading European musicians and participation in festivals in Europe and beyond.
Both teach their respective instruments in Budapest's Ferenc Liszt Music Academy.

For their performances in Israel, they will perform in Duet as well as Trio and Quartet settings, accompanied by the Israeli pianist Ari Erev and Slovenian/Israeli drummer Gasper Bertoncelj, playing a mix of standards and original compositions.

The tour is sponserd by the National Culture Foundation (NKA) in Hungary
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Tickets

80 ILS

Musicians

Ari Erev
Ari Erev
piano
Gasper Bertoncelj

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VOICE AND BASS - Shablul Jazz (part of ISRAEL TOUR - 2-4 November)

"Voice and Bass", are a Hungarian Duo - Vocalist Ágnes Lakatos and Bassist Tibor Csuhaj Barna. (http:// www.voicebass.com)

They create fascinating music using only their two musical lead lines, positioned at the two edges of the musical spectrum, a challenge that is quite unique, even at a world/global scale.

Lakatos and Csuhaj Barna are very active musicians in Hungary, with credits for cooperation with leading European musicians and participation in festivals in Europe and beyond.
Both teach their respective instruments in Budapest's Ferenc Liszt Music Academy....

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Ari Erev uploaded this event on October 23, 2016

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