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Hungarian Cultural Centre: Jazz Soirée with Klára Hajdu & Milán Szakonyi
This star duo of the Hungarian jazz scene is coming to London to charm audiences at our atmospheric Jazz Soirée, followed by a drinks reception.
Klára is a prominent musical figure in Hungary, voted “Singer of the Year” in 2018 by jazz communities. Her success outside the country includes performances in New York, Toronto, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Madrid and more. She had been singing in one of the most popular Hungarian jazz bands, the Balázs Elemér Group for almost a decade, before moving on to lead her own quartet.
Milán is one of the most unique voices in Hungary. He has been the singer of the Balázs Elemér Group for over six years. A talented guitarist and a composer, Milán performed at the 60th Eurovison Song Contest in Vienna.
Wandering between music genres, the duo will be performing some of their own compositions as well as iconic jazz, soul and pop songs.
The concert is free, but registration is essential on Eventbrite.
Regretfully latecomers cannot be admitted.
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