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Zoltán & Réka Juhász

In 1976, Zoltán met his first masters, Moldavian flutists Csobán György and Gusa Pál. Since then, his collection has expanded to include hundreds of hours of folk music recordings. He plays with the band Egyszólam (Monophonic), but he also collaborates on performances by and publications of other renowned folk music ensembles. His flute playing has been enjoyed by audiences in London’s Royal Festival Hall, Lincoln Center in New York, and the concert hall of Bosphorus University in Istanbul, among many other venues. Réka Juhász was born in Budapest in 1983.

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Heveder Hungarian Folk Ensemble / Gázsa / Zoltán & Réka Juhász 6/30/13: Heveder Hungarian Folk Ensemble / Gázsa / Zoltán & Réka Juhász

The folk ensemble, which plays Hungarian, Romanian, and Roma folk music, performs with dance house musician Gázsa as well as Moldavian flute player Zoltán Juhász and his daughter, singer and gardon player Réka Juhász. Part of the 2013 Smithsonian Folklife Festival.

Heveder Hungarian Folk Ensemble / Gázsa / Zoltán & Réka Juhász

The folk ensemble, which plays Hungarian, Romanian, and Roma folk music, performs with dance house musician Gázsa as well as Moldavian flute player Zoltán Juhász and his daughter, singer and gardon player Réka Juhász. Part of the 2013 Smithsonian Folklife Festival.

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