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Andy Mulhern

Vocoustics: Jani Lang Band (featuring a 'Hungarian Ceilidh') @ Blue Lamp, Sat6Nov'

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Vocoustics Promotions Presents:

Tnchz with The Jani Lang Band

An extraordinary, evening of music and dances from Hungary, Transylvania and beyond...

Satruday 6th November

The Blue Lamp (121 Gallowgate, Aberdeen, AB25 1BU) Phone: 01224 647472

10 (8 concessions/students).

Doors 8pm

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Jani Lang is a Hungarian fiddle player who will be joined by some of the finest musicians from Scotland and Hungary to complete the the Jani Lang Band.

A tnchz (translation: dancehouse) is a 'Hungarian ceilidh' where people gather to enjoy, drink, dance or to learn traditional dances.

Their tnchz will start with a set of their music followed by a ceilidh of Hungarian and Transylvanian dances led by a professional dancer accompanying the band from Hungary.

Their traditional and original interpretation of Balkan music have captured audiences all over the UK and they have been invited to some of the biggest festivals in Scotland, such as: Shetland Folk Festival, Orkney Folk Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, Scots Fiddle Festival, North Atlantic Fiddle Convention.

The band have also performed for various programmes on the BBC. Their debut album Devil In A Box was well-received and got some great review...

Come along to experience a real Hungarian ceilidh and dance the night away with the band!

Hair-raising compound-time Eastern European fiddle-led czardas, mahalas and horas, songs from Hungary, Bulgaria and Serbia and it's all made in Aberdeen. The Jani Lang Band deliver seriously well-played music with only the occasional trace of creeping Celtic.... an intoxicating CD, which can only be faulted for one downside that it's all over in 45 minutes. Scotland on Sunday (4 Stars)

www.myspace.com/janilangband

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