world music, jazz, popular music

Jazz talent exchange - Emingó

no interval
Festival Theatre
  • Produced by Müpa Budapest
  • Jazz Showcase

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The group Emingó strives to present jazz as a way of thinking and to demonstrate the individual personalities of its members, filtered through the legacy of their predecessors. Their music typically features simple and recurring musical melodies, 12/8 African rhythms, and hip-hop grooves. Though the themes and arrangements are more concrete, the band also place a huge emphasis on improvisation in their solos. The group largely play their own compositions.

Csaba Nagy-Czirok started playing music at a young age. Although he was also interested in studying technology, it eventually became clear to him that he would become a musician. He is currently a second-year student at the Liszt Academy, where his teachers are Mihály Borbély and István Elek. There can be no doubting Ádám Pecze's versatility - in addition to the piano, he has also studied percussion and the trombone, while he even graduated in media design in 2020. He is currently studying jazz piano at the Béla Bartók Conservatory.
Botond Horváth learnt the guitar under the guidance of Péter Cseh, Bálint Gyémánt, Sándor Horányi, Gábor Juhász and Oláh Szabolcs. He is currently a second-year student at the Liszt Academy. András Ambrus's eclectic range of interests is evident from the fact that as he was completing an OKJ certification at the Béla Bartók Conservatory as a student of Tibor Csuhaj-Barna, he was simultaneously studying a master's degree in cognitive neuroscience at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Both András and Botond are members of the Dina Sárközi Quintet, Zækar and Parvaró. Máté Horváth and Illés Arató both completed their studies as students of Tamás Geröly and Dániel Serei in the jazz drumming department of the Béla Bartók Conservatory. Máté is a member of the Dina Sárközi Quintet, Illés of the Pandora Projekt, Public Field and Ohnody.

Presented by: Müpa Budapest
  • saxophone
    Csaba Nagy-Czirok
  • piano
    Ádám Pecze
  • guitar
    Botond Horváth
  • bass guitar
    András Ambrus
  • drums
    Máté Horváth
  • percussion instruments
    Illés Arató
  • Host
    László Jazzkovács

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