Extract from a review:
It was especially intriguing to observe how each performer approached the songs … (from a Slavic sacred choir through a jazz saxophone player, a folktale-teller, an experimental folk ensemble to a folk violinist) ... and the Soharóza Choir, representing the younger generation, who playfully combine brash humour with respect for tradition.
memorial concert | january 2010
Iconic Hungarian singer-songwriter Tamás Cseh died in August 2009. In those very same days, somewhere in the Southern region of the country, a moderate crowd was partying at the Ördögkatlan interart festival. The latter event was opened by Soharóza’s performance and, much more importantly, was made happen by Tamás Cseh’s close friend László Bérczes. It was Bérczes who invited Soharóza to this memorial concert gala. We literally swooned over the invitation: to perform amongst the biggest names of Hungarian rock music and theatre scene. The choir prepared a mashup of 3 songs by Tamás Cseh (one, two, three), which he co-wrote with János Másik and Géza Bereményi.
Press reviews (only in Hungarian):
NOL KULTÚRA | Cseh Tamás a fedélzeten