The Ghymes band’s album titled “Csak a világ végire” is among the official candidates for the 2006 Fonogram Award (Hungarian Music Award), in the “children’s album of the year” category.|
The list of the winners will be announced during a live show which will be broadcast by the Hungarian TV on January 21st, 2006.
|The sequel to the successful Hungarian movie Üvegtigris (“Glass Tiger”) is played in the movies from January 19th, 2006. The soundtrack for the film titled Üvegtigris 2 (“Glass Tiger 2”) is written by Tamás Szarka and played by the Ghymes.|
A concert featuring Tamás Szarka, the composer, will be held at the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy in Budapest on February 22nd, 2006.|
For further information about the event click on the left side picture or visit the site of the ShowTime Budapest production agency.
Gyula Szarka's solo album, Alku (Deal) will be presented live in concert again in the Kolibri Színház (Kolibri Theatre) on January 20th, 2006.
Click on the left side picture for further information about the event.
The traditional New Year's Eve concert in Bratislava (Pozsony) will be held on December 31st, 4.30pm. This year's program contains the Ghymes band's performance amongst others. The concert is held at Hlavné námestie (Óváros tér). Ghymes is due to start at about 7.30pm.|
You can visit this site for further information: www.bratislava.sk.
Just like in the past few years, the concert in the Budapest Congress Centre (Budapest Kongresszusi Központ) will be repeated. The extra concert starts at 8pm on December 27th, 2005.|
Tickets for the show are available in the Ticket Express offices.
The Christmas Concert to be held in the Budapest Congress Centre on December 26th, 2005, sees actor György Dörner, the Budapesti Ifjúsági Kórus (Budapest Youth Choir) (conductor: Ágnes Gerenday) and the Angyaföldi Vadrózsa Táncegyüttes (Angyalföldi
Vadrózsa Dance Ensemble) (coreographer: Richárd Kökény) as guests.|
Tickets are available at the Ticket Express box offices or can be ordered on the internet or by phone. The exact ordering places are shown on the home page of the Showtime Budapest production agency.
Gyula Szarka's solo album, Alku (Deal) (which was issued in the spring of 2004) will be presented live in concert for the first time on November 3rd, 2005, 7pm, in the Kolibri Színház (Kolibri Theatre). The address is: Budapest, 6th District, Jókai Square 10.|
The concert's performers are:
Gyula Szarka - vocals, lute, guitar
Szilvia Bognár - vocals
Róbert Kőrösi - trombones
Szabolcs Nagy (Hobo Blues Band) - keyboards
Guest: Tamás Szarka - violin
Tickets are available in the theatre's box office, or can be ordered through these phone numbers:
Ticket price: 1.900 HUF