NEW TRIO

NEW TRIO

Ferenc Snétberger guitar
Phil Donkin double bass
Ferenc Németh drums

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Ferenc Snétberger - solo

Ferenc Snétberger - solo

Few people have as much right to claim they are world musicians as Ferenc Snétberger has. The guitar virtuoso has grown up with music.

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Snétberger I Stockhausen LANDSCAPES

Snétberger I Stockhausen LANDSCAPES

Markus Stockhausen trumpet
Ferenc Snétberger gitár
Ferenc Snétberger, “a musical cosmopolitan” (Die Welt), hails from a musical family in Hungary. He played guitar at an early age learning from his father. Initially influenced by Brazilian music, jazz and Django Reinhardt, he studied classical guitar, later jazz guitar at the Béla Bartók conservatory, Budapest. Snétberger has become one of the few truly distinctive voices on contemporary guitar, a border-crossing virtuoso of a rare kind. He was appointed freeman of his birth town in 2002 and received the Hungarian Order of Merit two years later. In 2005 he was awarded the Liszt Ferenc Prize in Budapest.
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Snétberger I Jormin I Baron

Snétberger I Jormin I Baron

Ferenc Snétberger guitar
Anders Jormin double bass
Joey Baron drums
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with Orchestra

with Orchestra

for Guitar and Orchestra
Rhapsody Romanes No 1, parlando romanes, antante
composed by Ferenc Snétberger
Rhapsody Romanes No 2, oriental romanes, allegro,
composed by Ferenc Snétberger
Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra "In Memory of my People"
composed by Ferenc Snétberger
Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra "The Mediterranean" composed by John McLaughlin
Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra D-Dur RV 93 composed by Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra "Concierto de Aranjuez" composed by Rodrigo
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 Snétberger Quartet

Snétberger Quartet

Ferenc Snétberger guitar
Tzumo piano
József Barcza Horváth double bass
Toni Snétberger drums
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