The Music Summer at the Museum of Romani Culture

The six-part series of concerts of prominent groups and personalities of the Brno Romani music scene takes place as an accompanying program of the Museum of Romani Culture Lavutara. The Journey among Romani Musicians and Their Music

• 7. 5. 2019, 17:00  Openinig of the exhibition Lavutara. The Journey among Romani Musicians and Their Music.

                              Bagárovci
                              Kristovci – Choir under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and Pavel Dirda

 30. 5. 2019

17:00      Guided tour of the exhibition Lavutara. The Journey among Romani Musicians and Their Music
18:00      Traditional Romani songs performed by Lukáš Čonka and Roman Horváth and dulcimer musics Milan Horváth and Viliam Oračko.

The event takes place in cooperation with the festival Meeting Brno.

• 8. 6. 2019

 17:00     Guided tour of the exhibition Lavutara. The Journey among Romani Musicians and Their Music
 19:00     First violin Marek Balog and his guests from Budapest. On the stage of Museum of Romani Culture will performed Rigó Jancsi „Japán“ (contrabass), „Jata“ Ökrös László (clarinet), Jonáš Gézuka (dulcimer), Sándor Zoli (viola) and Horváth Gyula (segéd prímás).

The event takes place in cooperation with the festival Ghettofest.

• 27. 6. 2019

17:00      Guided tour of the exhibition Lavutara. The Journey among Romani Musicians and Their Music
19:00      OPEN STAGE – open stage for beginners and experienced musicians. Do you want to perform at the Museum of Romani Culture with your group or solo? Contact us on our networks or at one of the Music Summer concerts. 

• 25. 7. 2019

17:00     Guided tour of the exhibition Lavutara. The Journey among Romani Musicians and Their Music
19:00     An evening of author´s work during which legendary Brno songs will be heard. Zdeněk Lázok & VIP Band  and singer-songwriter Gejza Horváth.

• 24. 10. 2019

The closing part of the Music Summer at the Museum of Romani Culture will be held as a gala concert
together with the annual award of the Museum of Romani Culture.