Live music events


Musical evenings this month:

1. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Alex Torress
2. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Alex Torress
8. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Alex Torress
9. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Alex Torress
11. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
14. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
15. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
18. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
21. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
22. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
23. Dec., 17:00-20:00 Amine Naami
25. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
28. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami
29. Dec., 18:00-21:00 Amine Naami



Amine Is a professional Guitar player from Morocco, Raised in a musical family in the hand of his father who is a famous singer in his home country, He graduated in 2019 with his bachelor of music at Mohammed 5 University. Amine is recognized as one of the most outstanding young guitar players in his home country.

The position of Morocco as the nearest neighbor of Spain played a major role in Amine’s admiration of Spanish culture and precisely of Flamenco.

His passion for music and flamenco precisely drove him to improve his skills as well as to enrich his music background, and to be a guitar player for the most famous singers in Africa as HATIM AMMOR, Zouhair BAHAOUI, IHAB Amir …

Without forgetting his participation in international concerts all over the world such as Qatar, Latvia, France, Tunisia, Spain and Germany, Algeria and Morocco. Away from Flamenco Amine has worked on several projects in International Albums with artists and producers from Turkey, India, the USA, France, Latvia, UAE, Jordan, and Germany.

Amine is a multi-instrumentalist, playing with instruments like Ganbri(Morrocan bass), Violin, Percussion, and Tres Cubana.a.

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Andrés Ace

bassist, guitarist, composer and singer

Andrés Acevedo, better known as Andrew Ace, is a Colombian bassist, guitarist, composer and singer based in Budapest, Hungary.

Immersed in the world of music from an early age, he grew up influenced by different musical genres such as RnB, funk, and gospel surrounded by Latin rhythms; he brings us a pop musical Proposal combined with the authentic joy of his Latin roots.

Throughout his career, he has participated in various musical projects collaborating with artists from the Colombian and Hungarian music scenes.

Mario Roberto Ochoa

singer, entertainer, band leader – Mai Rumba

Mario, born in Honduras, Central-America in 1971 has been singing from his early age of 15. By this age he was already the youngest tenor in the church choir. He was only 18 when he won the Central-American singers’ contest representing Honduras (Festival de Verano Instituto San Antonio de Tela) that is the largest of its kind in the region. A few years later he found himself singing in the famous band Armando Rodriguez y su Orquesta in Honduras singing salsa.

Mario has a powerful, though smooth, world-class voice character, he sings in the style of Marc Anthony, Andrea Bocelli, Gilberto Santarosa, Tito Nieves.

After moving to Hungary in 2012 marrying his devotedly loved wife Adrienn, he started to continue his singing career by singing in the Barrio Latino Hungría band and forming his own band Mai Rumba.

Mario and his band, Mai Rumba plays all latin-american musical styles from salsa to mambo, cha-cha-chá, bachata and other experimental latin styles. They are famous about making their audience dance, even if they are not experienced dancers. Mai Rumba concerts are often visited by enthusiastic salsa dancers too who love to show off their dancing skills or just enjoy the original tunes.

Members of the Mai Rumba Band:

Sándor Csípkés a virtuose artist of latin piano, graduate of the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music,
Gergő Tar, a pioneer in latin percussions in Hungary, a student of the legendary conguero Giovanni Hidalgo of Puerto Rico, Ferenc Éder, a talented and enthusiastic bass player,
Mario Ochoa, band leader, singer Besides of the genres above Mario and his band Mai Rumba has recorded an experimental song called Fuego, where he wrote the lyrics and collaborated with Goore X PG a local Hungarian Hip Hop, R&B and Rap producer and singer.

Mario is devoted to his audience, he’s the heart and soul of the party. Mai Rumba always makes sure there is no person just standing and watching, they are is famous for making the crowd loose themselves to dance.

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Máté Palásti

guitarist, composer

Máté’s repertoire is very colorful: jazz, flamenco, Brazilian, funky, and bossa nova styles with improvisations and sophisticated processing of pop songs, which make his guitar playing very unique. He plays jazz and flamenco guitars at his concerts/gigs.

Máté’s album was released in May, on which a Grammy Award-winning composer-pianist also participates.

Tours in 2022: Cuba, Mexico, Estonia

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Alex Torres

Master of the guitar

His unique, energetic, Latin-Flamenco-influenced style of playing is fresh, passionate, and full of feelings. A guitarist by family tradition since his childhood in Lima-Peru. Alex moved to Budapest in 2014, where the sounds of his guitar served the talent of distinguished names in the Hungarian music and arts industry and performed on the most famous stages in different European countries.

His debut album, “Reborn”, was released in 2022. And with this, a new stage in the musician’s journey begins, expanding from a well-known session guitarist in the Hungarian scene to a solo artist willing to express his musical soul directly, authentically, and honestly.

In September 2022, Alex moved to Seville, Spain, on a scholarship to pursue flamenco studies at Cristina Heeren Foundation.