Let It Be Clear Water – in memoriam Tamás Cseh
Saturday, May 26, 2018 / 18:00 - 21:00
Perhaps not even Tamás Cseh would have thought that his songs will touch so many generations.
Two members of the Ascher Theatre, Tamás Joós and Norbert Hegyi, revive the memory of Tamás Cseh by compiling a series of songs that register deeper and deeper in the mind of the newer generations by which these songs gain values comparable to those of folk songs.
The concert’s musical pieces were compiled to commemorate the 70th birthday of the late Tamás Cseh in 2013, and it was payed on stage for more than 50 times during the past five years. The appearances were organized throughout Budapest and several cities and communities across Hungary. Since January 2016, the concert is a regular event at Hunnia Bisztró in Budapest.
| The Canadian side of the tour is organized by the NAHC
Windsor – Toronto – Ottawa
Selections from Tamás Joós and Norbert Hegyi concerts
18:00 — Dinner
19:00 — Concert
About the ArtistsTamás Joós was born in 1962 in the city of Lenti, Zala county, Hungary. He recites, sings, performs, and currently he serves as director of a cultural centre in Hungary.
Inspired by the works of the Hungarian poet-star Attila József, Tamás Joós has been composing music for Hungarian poems for over three decades. During his university studies he found himself attracted to Hungarian poetry from outside the geographical borders of the country. He gave concerts in many European cities in Slovenia, France, Sweden, Felvidék (Slovakia), Transylvania (Romania). In 2007 he performed in Toronto and Calgary, and later on in 2011 in Kempten, Germany.
Mr. Joós is an educator as well as many of his shows are specially made for the very young and the youth, working towards making people fall in love with poetry at a young age. He plays many instruments acoustic guitar, koboz, ud, Irish buzuki, tekerő, citera, dulcimer, doromb, various recorders and drums.
During the past couple of decades Mr. Joós gained experience not only as a performer, but as an organizer as well. He is the organizer of the Annual Tamás Cseh Singing Competition, and he is the full-time director of the Csoma Sándor Kőrősi Cultural Centre at Kőbánya, Hungary.Oszkár Ascher Theatrical Company, and vocalist, base guitar player of the Asztalhoz, emberek Band.
On the Dinner Menu
We can only guarantee the seating for reservations received in time, and dining is by reservations only. Please make yours by 9 PM on Friday prior to the event. Reservations successfully submitted through the web are confirmed by e-mail.
Bookings are closed for this event.