Tamás Berki

Started his music carrier in his own beatband when he was 14. He won an international youth jazz singer competition, the ‘Best of’ list  of the International Jazz Federation still declare him the best jazz singer of Europe. He teaches jazz singing at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and he is the head of dthe music department at Kőbányai Könnyűzenei Stúdió.

He has nearly five hundred records  with music and (devotedly) with Hungarian lyrics. In 2004 he got the highest professional award, the Hungarian Jazz Federation ‘Gábor Szabó Lifetime Achievment Award’. He also got Artisjus Award, Inter-Lyra Award, he got the Niveau Price of the Danube Television, and in 2007 he earned the Knight’s Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit. Latest news, that in 2015 he got a Fonogram Award for the the best jazz record.

‘On 9, January 2016, at the Sport Hall of Hévíz there was a concert to welcome the new year, and it was the second occasion in short time for me to get suprised by the professionalism of the Happy Dixieland Band… Their show was cheerful, in a relaxed atmosphere, with nice humour, they play was dinamic, correct, diverse and stylish, while they presented the jazz trends of the beginnig of the twnties century in an authentic and entertaining way even in music  and in the exteriority… in our short playing together they also gave a correct and beautiful background to my singing for my, for the band’s and especially for the pleasure of the audience!’
Best regards, Tamás Berki
Budapest, 23 January 2016.

Adél Csobot

The new rising star of the swing tried his luck in the third series of the X-factor Hungary, where she got to thethird place, his mentor was Miklós Malek. In April 2013 her first song ‘Swing hatás’ was released, then she got the Mariann Kornay Art Award. In November 2013 her first album was released – ‘Ami a szívemen, a számon’. In the series of another talentshow of the cahnnel TV2 called ‘Sztárban Sztár’ she had a chance to show her talent to the audience, to the country.

Andrea Malek

‘To go on to the stage is like goning to a date for me.’ The singer
proved herself in different roles, not only as singer, but as an actress, a mentor of a talentshow, and also as a mother. And she did it in a hard way, because she choosed to live in the capital of Austria, so she needs to commute between her homeland and her so called nest.

Andrea Malek, the uncrowned queen of the Hungarian musical from the age of eighteen played many leading roles on Hungarian and foreign stages. (Eivta, Les Miserables, The Chess, The Sound of Music, Chicago, Wake Up!, Elisabeth, Camelot, Cats…)
The child of the famous musician family never broke up with pop and jazz music in waht she was grown up, and she became a valuable singer with a wide rage of repertoire. She goes to the stage as the international ambassador of the culture as a Hungarian but anywhere in the world, she provide the tresure of music wherever she goes.

Gábor Gábriel Farkas

Details coming soon…