Budapest Gypsy Orchestra

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[…]

CD REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra & Kalotaszeg Trio – folkroddels.be

04.08.2010 – Bura Termett ido and A Hajnali csillag ragyog Two CDs from Tcha Limberger ‘Tcha Limberger is de kleinzoon van violist Piotto Limberger, stichter van zigeunerorkest DE PIOTTO’S. Vader Vivi Limberger was de ritmegitarist van zigeunerjazzband WASO, waartoe ook Koen De Cauter behoorde. Zij waren waardige opvolgers van LE[…]

CD REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – Compact

27.01.2010 – Bura Termett Ido ‘Tcha Limberger groeide op in een familie van gerenommeerde zigeunermuzikanten. Als zoon van gitarist-zanger Vivi Limberger, bekend van Koen De Cauters legendarische Waso Quartet, kreeg hij de manouche swingjazz à la Django Reinhardt met de paplepel binnen. Spoedig werd hij aangetrokken door de zigeunermuziek uit[…]

CD REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – thejazzmann.com

03.04.2009 – Bura Termett ido Unique Gypsy music. A significant musical document. ‘This latest release from Dave Kelbie’s Lejazzetal label is significantly different to most of the previous albums on the label. Although still concerned with Romany culture “Bura Termett Ido” (“Times Darkened By Sorrow”) does not take the music[…]