- 5 May 2016 12:55 PM
José James is an unmistakable representative of contemporary New York jazz, his gigs are magical mixtures of individual style, suggestive performance, jazz, soul and drum’n’bass.
Viktoria Tolstoy is a true, natural talent; a Swedish jazz singer who is proud of her Russian ancestors and who can sense the spirit of the different jazz genres with unbelievable safety. She and her quartet will not only be choosing selections from her latest, highly successful album; they'll be giving the audience a broader cross-section of her work to date.
One of the world’s most successful a cappella group, the legendary Manhattan Transfer was founded back in 1969, and they are still thriving – with new members of course. Alongside jazz pieces the four magnificent singers regularly perform pop hits and R’n’B style songs, too.
When spring comes along, Müpa Budapest will be the centre of the Hungarian jazz scene for three days: three gigs, three different styles and great new experiences awaiting fans of jazz.
José James - 5 May 2016, 8 pm - Festival Theatre
Viktoria Tolstoy - 6 May 2016, 8 pm - Festival Theatre
The Manhattan Transfer - 7 May 2016, 7:30 pm Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
1095 Budapest Komor Marcell u. 1.
Source and futher info: mupa.hu