Tcha Limberger

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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[…]

CONCERT REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – The Times UK

31.03.2014 – Tcha Limberger’s Budapest Gypsy Orchestra at Union Chapel, N1 ‘It seems to be pure coincidence that this eccentric yet intoxicating band should have been on tour at the same moment that The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson’s love letter to an idealised Mitteleuropa, is playing in the cinemas.[…]

CONCERT REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – thejazzmann.com

19.03.2014 – Shrewsbury Coffeehouse Fire, passion, excitement and instrumental brilliance. An entertaining and absorbing live performance ‘This gig was part of an extensive British tour featuring the seven piece Gypsy Orchestra led by the remarkable violinist Tcha Limberger. Born in Belgium into a celebrated manouche musical family Limberger has been[…]

CONCERT REVIEW – Kalotaszeg Trio – Londonjazznews.com

22.11.2013 – Quecumbar London Quecumber Battersea.First night of five-date UK tour ‘When I interviewed the blind Belgian-born violinist Tcha Limberger back in 2009 I came to the conclusion (which you can take or leave): “He must be the ultimate one-man embodiment of many of the cultural and linguistic cross-currents, oppositions[…]

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[…]

CONCERT REVIEW – Les Violons de Bruxelles – Jazz Hot

16.01.2013 ‘A qui revient l’initiative de cette instrumentation inverse du HCF ? Le fruit de quelques jam sessions ? Sans doute ! L’audace (trois violons) est assortie d’arrangements sérieux qui privilégient un son en harmonie sans masquer les riches individualités. Parfaitement soutenus par le tempo sûr, inébranlable de Sam Gerstmans[…]