Vadalma EPK

Select Past Performances:

Zina Bozzay

  • ​ Táncháztalálkozó / National Táncház Festival, Budapest

  • Hagyományok Háza / Hungarian Heritage House, Budapest

  • Hungarian Parliament, Budapest

  • Nemzeti Színház / National Theatre, Budapest

  • Műcsarnok Kunsthalle / Budapest Palace of Arts, Budapest

  • San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival, San Francisco

  • Zlatne Uste Golden Festival, New York

  • Kárpátok 50th Anniversary Gala, Los Angeles

Vadalma

  •  Fonó Budai Zeneház / Fonó Music Hall, Budapest, Hungary

       with special guests Éva Fábián, Andrea Navratil, Gergely Agócs

       Details here:  Magyarul  / In English

  • Hungarian Heritage Festival main stage, Belmont, CA

  • United Magyar House, Los Angeles

       with special guests Dűvő zenekar, István Berecz, Réka Bures

  • Red Poppy Art House, San Francisco

  • The Back Room, Berkeley

  • The Lost Church, San Francisco

  • SF Community Music Center, Shenson Concert Series

  • Berkeley Balkan Bacchanal, The Starry Plough, Berkeley

  • Corazón Performing Arts, Topanga Canyon

  • East European Folklife Center Workshop, Mendocino

  • Kolo Festival, Croatian American Cultural Center, SF

  • Studio Grand, Oakland

       with Enyedi-Salamon Quartet from Hungary:

       Ágnes Enyedi, Soma Salamon, Attila Mihó, Ferenc Zimber

  • Classical Revolution, San Francisco

 

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Esik eső

Folk song from Bálványosváralja, Transylvania,

in original arrangement

Csárdás from Palatka, Transylvania, in arrangement

With special guest Andrea Navratil

Édesanyám

Folk song from Gyimes, eastern Transylvania

With special guest Éva Fábián

Régi szeretőmért

Folk song from Moldavia in original arrangement

Vadalma at Community Music Center, 

San Francisco, June 2017

Szivaroztam

Folk song from Magyarszovát, Transylvania, in original arrangement

Vadalma at Community Music Center Hall

San Francisco, Oct. 2016

4:30 Kaszálimba

Folk song from Moldavia, in original arrangement

Vadalma at Fifth St. Farms

Berkeley, March 2017

Zina Bozzay, voice     Matthew Szemela, violin    Misha Khalikulov, cello

Bíró uram

Folk song from Magyarböd, Felvidék

Zina Bozzay & special guest Andrea Navratil

A lészpedi patak / Ideki e csenderbe

Folk songs from Moldavia, in original arrangement

Vadalma at Fonó Music Hall

Budapest, March 2018

Set of folk songs from Gyimes, Transylvania

3:30 Édesanyám mért szültél a világra

5:30 Esik eső

8:10 Édes kicsi galambom

With Attila Mihó (fiddle), Ágnes Enyedi (voice), Soma Salamon (gardon), and István Berecz and Réka Bures (dance)

Vadalma & Enyedi-Salamon Quartet,

on tour from Hungary

Studio Grand, Oakland, Sept. 2016

Minek muzsikálnak / Kata / Uccu kislány

Folk songs from Dunántúl (Transdanubia), in original arrangement

With special guest Gergely Agócs

Vadalma

Hungarian Folk Songs in Handmade Arrangements

Videos from live shows

(A little tip: You'll have a better listening experience on headphones or a good speaker than a laptop or phone speaker!)

Contact:

Zina Bozzay

c/o Intersection for the Arts

1446 Market Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

zinabozzay@gmail.com

US: +1-415-226-8782

Hungary: +36-70-603-7011

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