World Music

CONCERT REVIEW – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra –

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 –

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 – Budapest Gypsy Orchestra & Kalotaszeg Trio –

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 – Kalotaszeg Trio – Djangostation

23.02.2010 – A hajnali csillag ragyog ‘Après un très beau premier album sorti l’année dernière sur le label anglais de Dave Kelbie Lejazzetal, le violoniste Tcha Limberger continue son exploration des musiques traditionnelles d’Europe centrale en sortant un nouveau disque intitulé… A hajnali csillag ragyog’. Resserrant son domaine d’étude et[…]