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Folk, World, Balkan

Söndörgö

| Hungary

Fast and furious, fingers flying with a fiery panache, Söndörgő are one of the most exciting bands in Europe. With their signature instrument, the tambura, the band brilliantly combines respect for tradition with a desire to innovate and a fizzing virtuosity. It consists of 3 brothers, their cousin and a very old friend and band member. They play a style of music that is hugely attractive, but little known and quite different to the traditional, fiddle-led hungarian repertoire. Discover with them the delicate beauty and fizzing power of a different Balkan sound. Come and dance the čoček, drink a palinka and get dizzy on Söndörgő’s extraordinary rhythms...

Söndörgő perfectly understand to present a magnificent live show, which can equally enjoy their audience in a classical concert hall as well as in a dancing club or rock the crowd at a big festival. So they are already a constant performer of festivals in Hungary and Europe, such as Roskilde, Sziget, Pohoda, Lowlands and Womad as well as prestigious venues (e.g. the Wiener Konzerthaus, Philharmony Luxembourg, Bimhuis Amsterdam and Nationaltheater Budapest).

Besides this, Söndörgő are very virtuose studio musicians, too. Their last three albums have been rated Top Of The World by Songlines magazine: Their collaboration with the famous Macedonian saxophonist, Ferus Mustafov, „In concert” (2009) and their first album on World Village, "Tamburising" (2011). In July 2014 they published their current album “Tamburocket – Hungarian Fireworks” (River Boat), which already got excellent critics!

current album: Tamburocket - Hungarian Fireworks (Riverboat 2014)

 

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Maarja Nuut

03.07. EE-Tallinn
09.07. DE-Schwerin

The award-winning artist has been absorbing the rich tradition of Estonian folk and translates it into contemporary music.