Program

Zoltán Lantos’ OpenSource: Sonaris (H)

20:00
Opus Jazz Club
Featuring:
  • Zoltán Lantos - violin, electronics
  • Áron Tálas  - piano, keyboard instruments
  • Tibor Fonay - bass, double bass
  • László Csízi  - drums
  • Andrew J - live elektronics
  • guest: Áron Koós-Hutás - trumpet

With Sonaris, their album released by Hunnia Records last December, Zoltán Lantos’s ensemble, the electronic, groove-centric and simultaneously meditative, highly spiritual OpenSource opened a new chapter in its history. “Lantos's compositions provide a very special merger of jazz rock, modern mainstream and Indian music. Listening to the disc, some inexplicable power passed through my body, my heart and soul, through which I saw images and colours and I felt scents.” wrote Károly Gáspár his quite personal feelings about the album on jazzma.hu.

“Zoltán Lantos is an excellent composer, and even a better arranger, his music is almost palpable. (…) The five musicians of OpenSource play flawlessly and easily, the music is like the sounds of nature, when one harks the dawn in a forest. (…) Zoltán Lantos spent more than eight years in India in the eighties and nineties, but his orientalism is far from being assertive, it even can’t be noticed immediately: Indian music melts organically and inherently into his musical mother-tongue.” Máté Csabai, Fidelio

On the preent concert the excellent trumpeter, Áron Koós-Hutás, will join OpenSource as guest.

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