In the last 2 years Djabe produced its outstanding albums of their history in the best analogue quality possible, on half-speed 45RPM LPs at Abbey Road Studio, London.
On this evening they’ll select from 4 albums. Witchi Tai To (1998) received Best World Music Album Of The Year from Mahasz, Update (2001) won the eMeRTon World Music Award, Sheafs Are Dancing (2003) nominated for Best World Music Album Of The Year in Hungary and Surround Music Award in Los Angeles, and Flow (2018) nominated for Fonogram Jazz Album Of The Year.
Line-up features Tamás Barabás (bass guitar), Attila Égerházi (guitar), János Nagy (keyboards), Áron Koós-Hutás (trumpet) and Péter Kaszás (drums).
The former Djabe saxophonist Ferenc Muck also performs at the concert.