Erika Miklósa: The Other Way – w/ Kornél Fekete-Kovács and the Modern Art Orchestra


Start time19:30


“Looking back on the past 20 years, it seems to me that tere is not much difference between the life of an opera singer and a marathon runner. What is needed is enormous discipline, hard work, perseverance, long-term effort – an investment, so to speak. These present a series of challenges – facing them makes you stronger and even more experienced. And of course, you need courage to be able to make an extraordinary CD, such as this one. Yes, courage – an luck – is necessary for a group of fantastic musicians of all sorts to find the same wavelenght; and to make music together so professionally, with so much love, forming a stable basis for the bridging of genres. And let us not forget all the work behind the scenes, ensuring the best possible conditions. All I can do is express my gratitude. Thank you fr all the love, for accepting me, for being so patient – and above all, thank you for this exceptional CD. Because there is no OTHER WAY to do it!” /Erika Miklósa/

After a long silence this time the audience is invited to hear fragments of the album of Erika Miklósa. This time exclusively Kornél Fekete-Kovács, the world famous trumpet player and orchestrator joins Erika to compile together a perfect performance of the worlds of the two talents: jazz meets opera and operette, Bernstein meets Cole Porter, Rossini and Gershwin in a surprisingly personal way.

With the precious support and fantastic sounding of the Modern Art Orchestra.