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World Stars at Budapest Jazz Club: Tim Ries - Oláh Kálmán Quartet (USA/HUN)

Trio Midnight feat Tim Ries (USA)
27.08.2018. 20:00 (Monday)
Price: 3400 HUF
(There will be no tables in the concert hall this night. The seats may be occupied upon arrival.)

Most people know Tim Ries from the Rolling Stones, but in the past decades he has mainly been focusing on jazz music. He performs all around the world, but has said that Hungary is is second home.
 
He has toured with the Rolling Stones twice, and has played with musicians such as John Patittuci, Brian Blade, Red Garland, Bill Frisell, Paul Simon, Lyle Lovett, Stevie Wonder, Blood, Sweat and Tears, or David Lee Roth.
 
Pianist-composer Oláh Kálmán is one of the most original characters of the contemporary jazz scene. He has gained international success as a soloist and with his formation Trio Midnight.

 

Tim Ries (USA) – saxophone, Oláh Kálmán – piano, Barcza-Horváth József – bass, Balázs Elemér – drums

 

 

TICKET SALES:

 

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

ONLINE:
You can buy your tickets via www.jegymester.hu.
HERE >

 

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 70 413 98 37, +36 1 798 7289

 

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CONTACT:
Hollán Ernõ utca 7.
H-1136 Budapest

Tel.:

+36704139837

(10.00AM - 6:00PM)

+36 1 798 7289
(6.00PM-12:00PM)

Email: info@bjc.hu
 
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CLUB & CAFE opening hours:

 
Monday:
May vary
Tuesday-Thursday:
16.00-24.00
Friday-Saturday:
16.00-02.00
 

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BJC BISTRO

opening hours:

 
Wednesday-Thursday:
18.00-24.00
Friday-Saturday:
18.00-02.00
 


Table reservation:
+36 1 798 7289

 
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Box office:
19:00-22:00 on concert days (or one hour before the show)

 

 

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