20190118: Friday 18th January: Mentés Másként
Support: James Eisner and friends
Tünde Fábri-Ivánovics (vocals, bells, hand-drums); Dániel Lipták (violin, vocals) ;Géza Fábri (koboz - Hungarian folk lute - vocals) and Előd Balázs Molnár (flutes, vocals, dance). This lively, award-winning group specialises in the traditional folk music and dance of their native Hungary. They are constantly looking for new ways to revive ancient tunes using original instruments, singing and traditional instrumental techniques.
The Mentés Másként 2019 England Tour is supported in Hungary by:
Human Capacities Grant Management Office (EMET)
National Cultural Fund of Hungary
Béla Halmos Program Teporary College
and in England by;
Cambridge Szeged Society
Seiber Mátyás Trust
James Eisner and friends
James is a singer, classical guitarist, lutenist, teacher, arranger and entertainer who regularly performs at the Cambridge Folk Club. In 1998 he recorded an album of songs for tenor, lute and guitar, ‘Songs through the Centuries’. From 1998-2000 he directed the London-based Czech choir, London Hlahol. He started the Seiber Consort in 2007, to help promote the vocal works of the unjustly neglected twentieth century composer Mátyás Seiber. He currently teaches voice and guitar in Cambridge, and is particularly interested in the music of Eastern Europe.
8pm (Doors open 7:30pm)
Entry: £10(door), £9(advance), £8(members).