Tzumo Electronic Dreams : From songs.hu Tzumo Árpád Oláh was born on 29 January 1980 into a musical family. He started playing the piano at the age of seven. He studied classical music at the Weiner Leó Conservatory (Hungary Budapest), after he received a scholarship to the Ferenc Erkel School of Jazz Music.
His first success was the shared first prize of the Hungarian (Béla Bartók) Radio's talent competition, which was a scholarship for 5-week summer course at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Elemér Balázs Group : One of Hungary's best known jazz drummer, Elemér Balázs formed his group in 2000. Simultaneously employing male and female vocals, building on the harmonies and the contrast of the two, the group has developed a unique sound via also venturing into the realm of ethnic sounds and rhythms.
Eszter Takáts and the Gumizsuzsi : While guitar strumming women are a dime a dozen in the States - I am not making a judgment call here, merely statin that the genre is popular -, Hungary has a much slimmer offering of the type, population scale taken into account. Eszter Takáts is one of those, here performing with her band, although otherwise often seen solo and in several other configurations.
Bëlga : From last.fm:
Founded in 1998, Bëlga is a popular Hungarian underground quartet playing mainly hip-hop, with a load of comedy relief and parody, criticizing the society and fans.
Check out the guy in the middle of the stage. He looks like he's about to get beamed up.
Ágnes Herczku - Bartók songs : From cdroots.com:
OK, I'll start with the inevitable comparison to the a young Márta Sebestyén....
But she is really a shining star in her own right. She has performed and recorded with some of Hungary's best: Kálmán Balogh, Ökrös, Nikola Parov and so many others, and she is inevitably mentioned in any review of any CD or concert she has been a part of.
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