Budapest Café Orchestra

Last edited by dac3uk on 25 November 2022

Venue, Timing and Cost

Venue: 
St Giles' Church Oxford
Date(s): 
Saturday, 3 December 2022
Timing: 
7:30pm
Cost: 
£5-£20
Budapest Café Orchestra

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** CURRENTLY SOLD OUT - However, watch Eventbrite ticket page for waiting list and returns ** There may be a few tickets available on the door depending on space assessment at the time.
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Members of the orchestra:

* Christian Garrick (violin, darabuka)
* Eddie Hession (button accordion)
* Kelvin Cantlon (double bass)
* Adrian Zolotuhin (saz, guitar, balalaika, domra)

Read Reviews.....
"Not so much a band name as a whole genre of its own, Budapest Café Orchestra embraces an encyclopaedia of music and mischief." SCOTSMAN

'Back by popular demand, the fiery vivacity and awe-inspiring musicianship of the finest purveyors of Eastern European gypsy music this side of a Lada scrap heap will leave you with a grin on your face and rhythm in your feet" TIMES

"The Budapest Café Orchestra play a blistering barrage of Czardas, East European and Russian folk tunes that might have come from the Hot Club of Paris via the Orient Express!" Brighton Argus

"The Music is Magic the their hands." Sean Rafferty, BBC Radio 3.

An Eclectic group who play in amazing places; a 4-piece acoustically electrifying orchestra playing gypsy & folk-flavoured music from all around the world; the BCO deliver traditional Balkan, Russian, Hungarian and Romanian traditional gypsy and folk music in their own fresh and surprising way with jazz nuances and their own unique arrangements and established by award-winning British composer, violinist and teacher Christian Garrick in 2009.

We are grateful to 'Shaw Gibbs, Financial Planning' and 'The Society of Later Life Advisors' for their generous sponsorship of this concert

Further Information

Contact Details: 

See 'Jazz at St Giles' Website for details and ticket links:

http://www.jazzatstgiles.com/tourdates/2...

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