the first European festival on creativity

2015 Program

Event #36

Géza & The Bohemian Vitruosi

Music in voyage, or a voyage into music

The extraordinary, eclectic talent of Géza, violinist of gypsy origin, with his band the Bohemain Virtuosi, takes us for a stroll across the world in an imaginary voyage that starts in the “red priest’s” Venice, traversing Europe like a fil rouge with Bach, Liszt, Saint-Saëns, Kreisler, Édouard Lalo, Pablo de Sarasate, reaching its destination in Argentina with the great maestro of modern tango, Astor Piazzolla. A vast repertoire of magnificent music that tells tales, both sorrowful and seductive, passionate and sentimental, impetuous and pyrotechnical… Which will carry us elsewhere for 80 minutes.

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Géza Hosszu-Legocky

, born in Lausanne in 1985, is an acclaimed violinist praised by the public and by critics as a rising musical star. He has a passion for gypsy music, which he plays with the ensemble he founded: The 5 DeVils. He debuted at nine years old on the Austrian television channel ORF, and since then he has performed across the world. As a solo performer, he has been invited to play with the most important orchestras in the world. In 2011 he created an orchestra of young talents in Budapest, consisting of eleven strings and a pianist, The Bohemian Virtuosi, which debuted at Lugano Festival as part of the Martha Argerich project. The band’s success was instantaneous. He currently plays a Stradivari “Joachim” violin from 1715, by kind concession of the Nippon Music Foundation.

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