Herczku Ági & Nikola Parov [HU]

Saturday | 31st July | 18:00

Ágnes Herczku is a monumental figure of Hungarian folk music and world music. Her natural ability to bring to life tunes of different genres speedily elevated her to be one of the “best of the best” among Hungarian ethno-contemporary singers.She has been active as a singer since 1998 in different formations, and became the soloist of the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble in 2002. Her voice can be heard on a large number of Hungarian and foreign productions and albums.Nowadays Ágnes Herczku is a member of the Nikola Parov Quartet, and the singer of the Primas Parade, and performs with her own band, the Ági Herczku & Band.
Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, Nikola Parov is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer from Hungary. Founded his first band Zsarátnok in 1982 playing Balkan originated tunes. Since then he was involved in several, high-quality folk and world music bands and projects.

listen

MEmbers

Herczku Ágnes - vocal

Nikola Parov - many instruments

Gera Gábor - accordion

Herczku Ági & Nikola Parov [HU]

Saturday | 31st July | 18:00

Ágnes Herczku is a monumental figure of Hungarian folk music and world music. Her natural ability to bring to life tunes of different genres speedily elevated her to be one of the “best of the best” among Hungarian ethno-contemporary singers.She has been active as a singer since 1998 in different formations, and became the soloist of the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble in 2002. Her voice can be heard on a large number of Hungarian and foreign productions and albums.Nowadays Ágnes Herczku is a member of the Nikola Parov Quartet, and the singer of the Primas Parade, and performs with her own band, the Ági Herczku & Band.
Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, Nikola Parov is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer from Hungary. Founded his first band Zsarátnok in 1982 playing Balkan originated tunes. Since then he was involved in several, high-quality folk and world music bands and projects.

listen

MEmbers

Herczku Ágnes - vocal

Nikola Parov - many instruments

Gera Gábor - accordion