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MORDÁI is a Hungarian folk rock group that draws upon the repertoire of the experimental folk movements of the 60s and 70s (Muzsikás együttes, Sebő ensemble, etc). The band's tone and subject matter summons and is driven by the dark presence of the Outlaw.
The project blends dance grooves, meditative moods and all shades in between. On stage he juggles keyboards, trumpet, effects, laptop and a loop station. His live performances always have the excitement of a journey through unexpected modern and untamed tribal landscapes.
We asked the Hungarian artists - Dorka Porogi, Nóra G. Molnár, Beatrix Simkó, Sophie Zoletnik, Gáspar Téri and Rita Góbi - who, due to the epidemiological situation, have missed their premiere in recent months, about their work. The shows are (re)scheduled for the next season.