Portugal · January 20 2024

Trio Zoltán Lantos (9 PM)

Zoltán Lantos, emerging from Budapest's jazz scene, melds Hungarian and Eastern music with jazz.

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Overview

EN: Zoltán Lantos appeared on the European jazz scene while studying at the Music Academy in his hometown, Budapest. Drawn to experimental and Eastern music, he traveled to India in 1985 to study Indian classical music. In 1994, after 9 years of studying, traveling, teaching, and performing in India, Lantos returned to Europe. Through violin improvisation and composing he began rediscovering his musical roots. He found his musical language by blending Hungarian and classical traditions with Eastern music and contemporary European jazz. Over the years, Lantos’ musical voyage has brought him together with artists like Ramesh Shotham, Charlie Mariano, Dhafer Youssef, Rabih Abou-Khalil, Loreena McKennitt, Larry Corryell, Steve Coleman, George Brooks,Trilok Gurtu, Eivind Aarset, Nils Petter Molvaer and many others. Zoltán Lantos plays a custom-built 5 string violin and a 5+16 sympathetic string violin, enhanced by using electronics and live sampling. PT:Zoltán Lantos surgiu na cena do jazz europeu enquanto estudava na Academia de Música da sua cidade natal, Budapeste. Interessado em música experimental e oriental, viajou para a Índia em 1985 para estudar música clássica indiana. Em 1994, após 9 anos de estudos, viagens, ensino e atuações na Índia, Lantos regressou à Europa. Através da improvisação no violino e da composição, começou a redescobrir as suas raízes musicais. Encontrou a sua linguagem musical misturando tradições húngaras e clássicas com música oriental e jazz europeu contemporâneo. Ao longo dos anos, a jornada musical de Lantos levou-o a colaborar com artistas como Ramesh Shotham, Charlie Mariano, Dhafer Youssef, Rabih Abou-Khalil, Loreena McKennitt, Larry Corryell, Steve Coleman, George Brooks, Trilok Gurtu, Eivind Aarset, Nils Petter Molvaer, entre muitos outros. Zoltán Lantos toca num violino personalizado de 5 cordas e num violino de 5+16 cordas simpáticas, enriquecido pelo uso de eletrónica e amostragem ao vivo.

Madeira Island - Portugal

Casa das Mudas - Calheta

Designed by architect Paulo David (1959), the MUDAS. Museum of Contemporary Art of Madeira, inaugurated in October 2004 and renamed in 2015, is a prestigious architectural complex. Over eleven years, it hosted numerous temporary exhibitions and diverse programs in its auditorium. The museum has received international accolades, including the Alvar Aalto Medal (2012) and a nomination for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies Van Der Rohe Award (2005). The renovation preserved the original 16th-century house, marked by a 1759 dated lintel, and added new structures, including an exhibition area, a 200-seat auditorium, shop, café, library, educational service, and administration. Historically, this property, the Morgadio de Vale de Amores, belonged to Duarte de Brito and D. Joana Cabral, granddaughter of João Gonçalves Zarco, the discoverer of Madeira. The land was originally owned by D. Beatriz, Zarco's second daughter, and Diogo Cabral, whose surname is genealogically linked to Pedro Alvares Cabral, the discoverer of Brazil.

Madeira Island - Portugal
Trio Zoltán Lantos (9 PM)

Portugal · January 20 2024 · 60 minutes

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