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Bencze Alma Quintet - Movie Night

Bencze Alma Quintet - Movie Night

Singer Alma Bencze was born in 1984 in Budapest, into a family of classical musicians. She took her first professional singing lesson relatively late at the age of 26 but this was a life-changing experience that led to her leaving her job and to her application to and acceptance at the Kodolányi János University’s Jazz department within 6 months. Soon she started performing in the clubs of Budapest with different bands and was invited to the Bucharest International Jazz Competition in 2010. In 2013 she formed her own band. It seemed that nothing could stop her but two childbirths did – for the time being. Before the birth of her second one last summer, she appeared at a charity concert where 27 of the  top line Hungarian singers took a turn each but her rendition of “Black Coffee” was the one that brought the house down and it became the talk of the town. She sings standards with extraordinary feeling and a style uniquely her own. Steve Rubie, the owner of the legendary 606 Club in London invitated her and, the girl out of nowhere, as far as the London audience was concerned, had an incredibly triumphant debut. She’ll be accompanied by her brand new band of outstandingly talented young musicians, namely Péter Gyárfás on piano, Marci Miskolczi on bass and Ambrus Richter on the drums.

 

Bencze Alma – vocal, Mester Dániel – saxophone, Vörös László – piano, Bögöthy Ádám – bass, Kovács Zsolt – drums

 

 

TICKET SALES:

 

AT BJC BOX OFFICE:
Opens one hour before the show.

ONLINE:
You can buy your tickets via www.jegymester.hu.
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PHONE RESERVATION:
Generally you can book tickets or even a table at the concert hall via phone.
Please note that all reserved tickets have to be picked up at least 30 minutes before the concert.
+36 1 798 7289

 

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CONTACT:
Cím: 1136 Budapest,
Hollán Ernő u. 7.

Tel.:

+36 1 798 7289
(11:30-23:00)

Email: info@bjc.hu
 
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opening hours:
 
Monday:
10.30-01.00
Tuesday:
10.30-00.00
Wednesday:
10.30-01.00
Thursday:
10.30-01.00
Friday:
10.30-02.00
Saturday:
10.30-02.00
Sunday: variable
 
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BJC BISTRO OPENING HOURS:
 
Monday: 
zárva
Tuesday:
11.30-23.00
Wednesday:
11.30-00.00
Thursday:
11.30-00.00
Friday:
11.30-01.00
Saturday:
18.00-01.00
Sunday: closed
 
Table reservation:
+36 1 798 7289

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BJC BOX OFFICE:

PROGRAM DAYS: 18.00-22.00

Online Ticket Selling: www.jegymester.hu

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