Népszava Shouting shortcomings and question marks – Online, jazz-tuned concert in honor of Zsuzsa Cserháti

It is difficult to evoke the unparalleled flow of Zsuzsa Cserháti’s songs, maybe it can only be really momentary. So it was on Monday night at the online concert of the Finucci Bros Quartet and Tóth Vera Tuned to Cserháti Jazz, where exciting transcripts of his best-known pieces were offered.

Everything was good for the good mood, popular songs, high quality musicians – Roland Balogh guitar, Zoltán Balogh piano, József Horváth Pluto – bass guitar, József Bordás drums – and vocals, but we could still miss us by the end of the evening. With direct introductory lyrics and personal remarks, Vera Tóth tried to move the audience to a familiar concert experience from the pre-epidemic period, but it was as if the screen or the experience of distance in recent months had stood in the way, and the concert turned into easy Monday night music. Through the live broadcast of the Budapest Jazz Club, Happiness and I, You Just Shuffle Gently, are always the minute, How Much is a Woman, Ash and Diamonds, I Will Be, and the New Life Began with You, but the melodies tuned to jazz, which had a somewhat surprising effect in the first few minutes, would have become really warm, the show was over, leaving many questions behind. Would it have taken a few more hits to complete? Would it have been better if we weren’t on the couch or in the kitchen before the concert, but in front of the stage? Maybe after almost a year of virtual programs, the lack of a real meeting still hindered the connection between the performers and the audience, the energies released on both sides? Were our favorites missing from the repertoire? Or is it perhaps a truly seemingly impossible undertaking to reclaim the tingling familiar to many of us, which lies not so much in the songs of Zsuzsa Cserháti as in her strange presence reflected through them? Info: Finucci Brothers Quartet feat Vera Tóth: Zsuzsa Cserháti tuned to jazz Budapest Jazz Club February 8

Source: Népszava by nepszava.hu.

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