Tcha Limberger

CD Review

CD REVIEW – Tcha Limberger Trio with Mozes Rosenberg – SONGLINES

01.06.2018 Tcha Limberger Trio with Mozes Rosenberg – ‘Live’ in Foix A hot night of Gypsy Jazz in the French Pyrenees ‘Tcha Limberger is a super-skilled and versatile violinist, who plays in a number of different genres. Sometimes it’s Transylvanian folk, sometimes it’s Budapest restaurant repertoire, sometimes it’s Django Reinhardt-style[…]

CD REVIEW – Trio Tatavla – SONGLINES

01.06.2018 Trio Tatavla – Tatavla Tcha Limberger goes to Greece and embraces a lost music of Istanbul. ‘Tatavla was, it appears, a neighbourhood in Istanbul where the Greek speaking community once performed much music, especially songs that celebrated the Byzantine tradition of wine songs. This musical genre seemingly existed pre-rembetiko[…]

CD REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – froots

13.10.2015 – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – fekete ejszaka borulj a világra ‘Tcha Limberger’s already extensive and engrossing career has been steadily building towards this smart recreation of 19th Century Budapest’s great era of Magyar Nota music. It’s an eerily elusive but tantalisingly familiar evocation of a genre once so dominatingly[…]

CD REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – moorsmagazine.com

07.06.2015 – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – fekete ejszaka borulj a világra ‘Tcha Limberger is een Belgische zigeunerviolist die op allerlei fronten actief is, tot in de avantgarde toe, maar zijn grote liefde lijkt toch te zitten bij het traditionele, ouderwetse zigeunerorkest, want als je naar de muziek luistert die hij[…]

CD REVIEW – Les Violons de Bruxelles – The World Music Report

16.01.2013 – Les Violons de Bruxelles ‘Tcha Limberger is one of those rare virtuoso musicians who also happens to be a multi-instrumentalist, playing among others, the guitar and violin, with unbridled genius. He is also a fabulous composer and an ethnomusicologist who recently walked in the footsteps of Bela Bartok[…]