Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 8:00 p.m.
BuBu Arts & Hallwalls present
Lőrinc Barabás: Solo Live Act
$15 general, $12 students/seniors, $10 Hallwalls members
About Barabás Lőrinc:
Trumpet player and producer Lőrinc Barabás (first name Lőrinc, family name Barabás) has been a mover and shaker of the improvisational music scene in Budapest. Over the past decade his club events and bands provided fertile ground for kindred spirits experimenting at the crossroads of jazz and electronica. He gained wider international recognition at events such as the Montreux Jazz Festival and the iTunes Festival in London, and has shared the stage with the Thievery Corporation, Bonobo, and Erik Truffaz.
2018 Maps—Random Szerda
2018 Keys—Random Szerda
2018 Other Than Unusual—Barabás Lőrinc Quartet
2016 Beardance—Barabás Lőrinc Quartet
2015 Elevator Dance Music—Solo Live Act
2013 Sastra—Solo, loop station
2009 Trick—Barabás Lőrinc Eklektric
2008 Small Talk—Random Szerda
2007 Ladal—Barabás Lőrinc Eklektric
About Barabás Lőrinc Live Act:
This solo project blends dance grooves, meditative moods, and all the shades in between. On stage he juggles keyboards, trumpet, effects, laptop, and loop station. His live performances always have the excitement of a journey through unexpected modern tribal landscapes.
About BuBu Arts:
Established in the summer of 2018, BuBu Arts is an artists' residency exchange between Budapest, Hungary and Buffalo, New York. The goal of the program is to enable artists (starting in 2018 with visual artists) to meet and network with other artists and arts professionals internationally. Ideally, the BuBu Artist Resident Exchange Program will build a strong and meaningful relationship between the two international art capitals' local artists' communities, and specifically (on the studio side) two contemporary art gallery/workspaces: Buffalo Arts Studio and Art Quarter Budapest. Visual artists-in-residence so far have included Zsófi Barabás (sister of tonight's musical performer), Márton Nemes, Zsolt Bodoni, & Zsófia Keresztes (Budapest) and Sarah Fonzi & Pam Glick (Buffalo). This is BuBu Arts' first performing arts presentation.
BuBu Artists Residency Exchange Program on Instagram: bubu_arxp
Photo credit: Nagy Marton.