Tálas Áron Trio & Palya Bea, Szalóki Ági
The Junior Prima Prize-winning pianist-drummer Áron Tálas is an important figure for the young Hungarian jazz generation, who after numerous appearances, occasional music-making and two albums with his own Trio, comes to the House of Music Hungary with a new programme that brings together the sound of the Áron Tálas Trio and the worlds of two vocal guests, Bea Palya and Ági Szalóki. New songs and arrangements of folk songs – worlds meeting. Áron Tálas is a three-time Gramophone Prize winner, Junior Prima and Artisjus Prize winning performer and composer. He graduated in jazz piano and jazz drums from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, where he currently works as a band teacher. His diverse musical activities and successes have made the 31-year-old a role model for the younger generation in Hungarian jazz. Last year, he was selected for the Swiss Focusyear scholarship programme, where he worked with iconic jazz musicians such as Jeff Ballard, Lionel Loueke and Jorge Rossy.
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