Tcha Limberger

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1 day ago
Tcha Limberger

A new album is just released, I Silenti, has been my main occupation for at least this last year.
Beautiful and challenging music composed by Fabrizio Cassol, based on a choice of madregals by Monteverdi and many facets of my musical world.
We have Csikos Vilmos on double bass, Philippe Thuriot on accordion, George Dobrev on Bulgarian kaval, Simon Leleux on darbuca and other percussions, (with a sad greeting to Ezgy Sibit, Turkish percussionist who could not do the project because of traveling difficulties due to Turkish politics regarding Covid and visas. Claron McFadon, Nicolas Wemyss, Jonathan Alvarado vocals.

Hoping, we will soon be able to bring this amazing production to a hungry public..., , ,

Here it is, Outhere Fabrizio Cassol
outhere-music.com/fr
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A new album is just released, I Silenti, has been my main occupation for at least this last year.
Beautiful and challenging music composed by Fabrizio Cassol, based on a choice of madregals by Monteverdi and many facets of my musical world.
We have Csikos Vilmos on double bass,  Philippe Thuriot on accordion, George Dobrev on Bulgarian kaval, Simon Leleux on darbuca and other percussions, (with a sad greeting to Ezgy Sibit, Turkish percussionist who could not do the project because of traveling difficulties due to Turkish politics regarding Covid and visas. Claron McFadon, Nicolas Wemyss, Jonathan Alvarado vocals.

Hoping, we will soon be able to bring this amazing production to a hungry public..., , , 

Here it is, Outhere Music Fabrizio Cassol 
https://outhere-music.com/fr

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Listened to the album! And loved it! Fantastic artists and fantastic piece of art! Bravo to all participants! 👏👏

Et en spectacle très bientôt?... on espère! j'ai lu un chouette article à ce sujet. Impatiente de découvrir.

Magnifique Tcha 🙂: je me réjouis de découvrir !

Look forward to hearing this!! 🎶👏

Maestro! Can’t wait!

Ik hoorde het op Klara. Fantastisch

Amazing, congrats to you all! Eager to hear

En hoppa. Besteld! x

Wow!!

Wow man... can't wait...

Proficiat. Dat is fantastisch Tcha Limberger.

Comment on fait pour l'avoir?

Joepie! Ik luister!

I’m so excited. I’ve been waiting on this for so long!!

Yes, yes, yes!

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6 days ago
Tcha Limberger

A nice video of Les playing Bechet's Fantasy recorded remotely for the Charm at Creative this January. Thanks Sebastien Girardot for the tune suggestion. Lejazzetal
This

This was the first time we played this tune, in a quickly thrown together arrangement. Pretty likely, it is going to get onto our live album, that we plan to record in September this year...
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Beautiful, great performance!

New album from my favorite band! That's great news!

Your while performance for the festival was unbelievably amazing. I watched it three times!

🙌🏻

Love this piece, and your interpretation of it!

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2 weeks ago
Tcha Limberger

I am still and most always available for online teaching.

Be it for jazz violin, Django Reinhardt guitar, Transylvanian, Hungarian, or Romanian violin styles, Manouche songs etc etc

Send me a private message if you are interested.
From Tcha

And thanks Viceversarobbi for the great photo
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I am still and most always available for online teaching. 

Be it for jazz violin, Django Reinhardt guitar, Transylvanian, Hungarian, or Romanian violin styles, Manouche songs etc etc

Send me a private message if you are interested.
From Tcha

And thanks Viceversarobbi Fotografia for the great photo
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About

Tcha Limberger – multi-instrumentalist.. and virtuoso on most of them.

 

Since picking up his first instrument the guitar, composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist Tcha Limberger is one of a handful of world class musicians to have become accepted and respected in a style of music culturally not their own. His showcasing on the international stage of his Transylvanian Kalotaszeg Trio and Budapest Gypsy Orchestra, and his nurturing approach to teaching almost forgotten traditional musics has made him one of the most prominent and ‘important figures in folk music of the Carpathian Basin’. For this he has received unparalleled praise worldwide from professionals and public alike. Critics remarking on his achievements have claimed he is ’entirely made of music’, ‘The Polymath king of Gypsy music’, whilst musician colleagues refer to him as ‘the fifth element’.

Born into a renowned Belgian family of Manouche musicians, Limberger grew up in a world of the Gypsy swing style of Django Reinhardt, and over the years has collaborated with many of its leading performers, including the celebrated Fapy Lafertin. His eclectic musical tastes, interests and passions were formed from early childhood with his first solo concerts singing Flamenco whilst accompanying himself on guitar were aged just eight. He has an ongoing fascination and love for traditional music from the world over, for a long while leading a band of Belgian musicians playing music from Aimara, and the Quechua Indians of Bolivia. From thirteen he studied modern classical composition alongside the Belgian composer Dick Vanderharst with his composition debut for a dance piece by Les ballets C de la B called ‘Patchagonia’ directed by Lisi Estaras. Two current projects include a free improvisation guitar duo with classical guitarist Herman Schamp, and Limberger’s much celebrated all-string swing band Les Violons de Bruxelles.

Tcha Limberger studied the music of Kalotaszeg with his mentor the legendary Neti Sandor, and the Magyar Nota style of Budapest with celebrated primas Horvat Bela. Both contribute to his recognition as both an exceptional and enthusiastic teacher who frequently holds masterclasses and leads interactive workshops encompassing both jazz and Central European folk music.

Until now though his performances with the Budapest Orchestra have earned him most notoriety, receiving from The Sunday Times the accolade ‘The Polymath virtuoso Tcha Limberger is the king of Gypsy music!’