March 08. – 6pm // JAZZWEEKEND – KERUB Trio


March 08., 6pm, Jazzland:

KERUB (trio)

Béla Ágoston – C-melody, soprano saxophone, alto clarinet, glissonic, hulu, duda, tilinkó, fujara, pánsíp, havasi kürt, steel drum, hö-mi, vocals
Zoltán Mizsei – keyboards, piano, hö-mi, vocals
László Farkas Keönch – cajon, udu, darbuka, kanjira, mouth harp, carillon, bells, shaker, effects, hö-mi, vocals

Kerub invites the audience to a special breather of free music. Akin musical interest, openness, similar vision and secession from the creative workday life, spent with tight-kept wings, turn the common improvisation to a celebration, resembling to a free soaring where Nothing-but-Nothing has been discussed but the time to be spent with playing. In the symbiosis of the trio, togetherness is the only source of inspiration for their gliding music. Though this musical retreat, based on contemporary improvisation techniques, may be a fragile flying modus, the participants speak a common language and hear each other in the right way. Cherubs have four faces, Kerub just three. Perhaps the fourth one is an Ancestor invoked by them – speaking in their tones.

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Admission:  free  || Tombola during brake