Jazz talent exchange - Ákos Fekecs Project
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The more things change, the more they stay the same with the afternoon talent exchange for the 13th Jazz Showcase! Once again, from 7 to 9 February nine young bands will be on show on two great venues at Müpa Budapest, Banner Square and the Atrium. The most exciting and extraordinary group will be chosen by an international jury of illustrious personalities to win the chance to further display their talents both at Müpa Budapest and beyond.
This event is presented in association with the Hungarian Jazz Federation, the Zemplén Festival and the ELTE Jazz Studies Research Group.
The Ákos Fekecs Project was formed in July of 2017 with the goal of bringing the musical ideas of Ákos and his friends and bandmates to life. Their music ranges from soft jazz harmonies and elements of world music to fusion beats, asymmetrical rhythms and modern electronic sounds. Their performances also feature some energetic improvisations in addition to their written material. In 2018, the Ákos Fekecs Project won the international Laureate World Jazz Contest. Ákos has been working on his own compositions since 2011. The band has appeared to great acclaim at the Jazz in the Park Festival, Babel Sound Festival, PulzArt Contemporary Art Festival, Valley of the Arts Festival and the Budafok Champagne and Wine Festival.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
The Müpa Budapest underground garage gates will be operated by an automatic number plate recognition system. Parking is free of charge for visitors with tickets to any of our paid performances on that given day. The detailed parking policy of Müpa Budapest is available here.
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Ákos Fekecs Project:
EWI, saxophoneMáté Bartók
keyboard instrumentsNorbert Bejan
bass guitarIstván Siklai