Source: györgy-szabados.com

A day with György Szabados

On 21 November at Vigadó, the centre of HAA several programs are devoted to the art and memory of György Szabados (1939 – 2011), who was a Hungarian jazz pianist and is sometimes regarded as the "father" or "unofficial king" of the Hungarian free jazz movement.
There is to be a round-table discussion on the oeuvre of György Szabados with the participation of the following:
Gergely Tamás Kucsera, HAA, Secretary-General
Bert Noglik (Germany), music historian,
Nemanja Sovtić (Serbia) author in music theory
Ákos Windháger (Budapest), author in music theory
Máté Pozsár (Budapest), pianist, composer
Károly Binder (Budapest), composer, pianist
Gyula Kodolányi (Budapest), poet, writer, HAA member
Zoltán Bicskei (Serbia), HAA member
 
There is to be a launch of a book on the lifework of the composer published by HAA with authors of the book:
Zoltán Bicskei (Serbia), editor, HAA member
Gergely Fejérvári, co-editor, HAA publisher
Dr. Bert Noglik, Music historian, Germany
Nemanja Sovtić (Serbia), author in music theory
Ákos Windháger (Budapest), author in music theory
Máté Pozsár (Budapest), pianist, composer
Károly Binder (Budapest), composer, pianist
Gyula Kodolányi (Budapest), poet, writer, HAA member
At 7 pm a portrait film on György Szabdos is going to be screened.
 
And at 8.30 pm a concert by the Grencsó Collective Circle is going to take place with the following musicians:
István Grencsó– reeds
Máté Pozsár - piano
Róbert Benkő - contrabass
Szilveszter Miklós– drums
Guest soloists:
Mihály Dresch – tenor saxofon
Szilárd Mezei – viola (Serbia)
October 17, 2019