Tommy Vig Celebrating The Release Of "Welcome To Hungary!"

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Brand New CD by Tommy Vig: Welcome to Hungary! The Tommy Vig Orchestra 2012 Featuring David Murray Tommy Vig (2011) Klasszikus Jazz Label, Budapest

Upcoming Performances

Budapest, Hungary
Tommy Vig 74th Birthday Concert
Saturday, July 14, 2012 @ 7:00PM
Jazz Cafe - Restaurant
Ráday utca 19
Phone: (36 1) 299 0694

Gyula, Hungary
Tommy Vig Quintet
Saturday, July 21, 2012 @ 9:00PM
Gyula Castle Theatre
Kossuth Lajos utca 13
Phone:+36-66 463-148 ~ Fax: +36-66-463-148

Nyirbtor, Hungary
Tommy Vig Trio
Saturday, August 11, 2012 @ 8:00PM
Nyirbtor Music Festival
Szabagsg tr 8-9
Phone: 36/42/510-580 ~ Fax: 42/510-588

Budapest, Hungary
WORLD PREMIERE OF TOMMY VIG’S SECOND VIBRAHARP CONCERTO
Duna Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: András Deák, Soloist: Tommy Vig Friday, March 22, 2013 @ 7:00PM
Danube Palace (Duna Palota)
Zrínyi utca 5
Phone: +36 1 317 1377

Marcela Breton of the Jazz Journalists Association nominated the album as one of the 10 Best of 2011.

JazzTalent.com's review by Dustin Garlitz states “Welcome to Hungary ! is a Bags and Trane collaboration configured for the 21st century. Tommy Vig’s Orchestra is truly outstanding on all fronts, and his arrangements are, of course, nothing less than top-notch."

All About Jazz's reviews by Jerry D'Souza, Hrayr Attarian, and Jack Bowers call the album “a gem of big band swing," “a well-rounded and delightful introduction to an artist who deserves long overdue recognition as a composer, improviser and instrumentalist," and “big-band jazz [leaning] toward the more adventurous," respectively.

Chris Spector of Midwest Record states “Certainly music for free thinkers."

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