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Brno - 1. 8. 2020 - 18:30

About artist

​​Viktor Tóth , alto saxophonist, composer and orchestra leader, has been awarded Jazz Musician of the Year several times. One of the top figures of the young generation of the contemporary Hungarian jazz scene, his performance style bridges styles, is improvisation-centred, “soaring” and filled with spirituality.

Miklós Lukács is a Hungarian cimbalom player who has emerged in both classical and jazz .
Live and act   In classical music, he interpreted the Hungarian Rhapsodies by Franz Liszt , but also works that Péter Eötvös composed for the cimbalom, with numerous internationally renowned orchestras, such as the Orchester de la Suisse Romande , the BBC Symphony Orchestra, RAI National Symphony Orchestra, and the Warsaw Philharmonic or the Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra .
As a jazz musician he played in the quartet of Mihály Dresch , in the East Side Jazz Company , the Elemér Balázs Group and in other Hungarian combos before founding his own quintet in 2006. He also appeared with Charles Lloyd ( Wild Man Dance ), Archie Shepp , Chris Potter , Steve Coleman , Herbie Mann , Uri Caine and Chico Freeman . Next he heard the Platypus trio of Michael Schiefel on, with which he has presented in 2014 an album. With Viktor Tóthand he formed the Tóth Viktor Arura Trió for the bass player György Orbán .
He has given concerts at the Yehudi Menuhin Festival and Warsaw Autumn as well as at the London Jazz Festival , the Moers Festival and the jazz festivals in Ljubljana and Cork.

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