Tisza Ensemble presents:
Special Concert & Tanchaz (Dance) w/ Me'ta Hungarian Folk Music Ensemble
from Hungary, with guest artists: Be'la Halmos & Ka'lma'n Balogh
when: Wednesday July 19, 1995
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
where: East Silver Spring Elementary School auditorium
631 Silver Spring Avenue
Silver Spring, MD
(off of Georgia Avenue in downtown Silver Spring)
Join us for this very special event. This is sure to be a great concert
and dance. (Please note: this event REPLACES the previously announced
July 8, 1995 Tanchaz which was to be held at Starting Point Dance Studio
in College Park, MD).
For further information, please contact Tisza Ensemble at (301) 847-1277.
Now more about Me'ta Hungarian Folk Music Ensemble w/ Special Guest
Artists Be'la Halmos & Ka'lma'n Balogh
The Me'ta Folk Music Ensemble is one ot the best known musical groups in
Hungary, Me'ta performs authentic as well as interpretive folk music.
The Ensemble has toured throughout Europe and continues to be a major
force in the folk music revival movement in Budapest. Me'ta's primas is
Bea'ta Salamon, the only female lead violinist and singer for any major
folk group in Hungary. The Ensemble has been awarded the coveted "Young
Masters of Folk Art" prize. Me'ta's concert repertoire is always an
exciting tapestry of traditional folk music from different regions of the
Hungarian speaking territories and modern interpretations of traditional
Special guest artists enhance the versatility of Me'ta's first American Tour.
Be'la Halmos is a legendary performer and folk music researcher. He was
one of the founders of Hungarian folk music revival movement in the late
1970's. Ka'lma'n Balogh is simply the most amazing Hungarian cimbalom
player today. His previous visits to this continent garnered the highest
critical acclaim. Me'ta and Guests offer the most enjoyable experience for
folk music enthusiasts.
Arpad Fabian Kovacs
Member of Tisza Ensemble, Inc.
WWW : http://www.glue.umd.edu/~kovacs
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