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New York City isn’t just an essential crucible for jazz talent. It’s a creative hothouse where artists from around the globe come together and develop new hybrids evolving from the experience of transplanting their musical roots. For the Hungarian-born vocalist Nikolett Pankovits, the Gotham scene provided an ideal forum for melding the music of her youth with her love of jazz and kindred musical currents. Her impressive debut album Magia is a startlingly beautiful project that centers on Hungarian songs set to various Latin American rhythms.
by Friedrich Kunzmann
A dominating proportion of Hungarian lyrics paired with various Hungarian folkloric elements spread across fourteen compositions lend influential character but aren't all-defining on vocalist Nikolett Pankovits' ambitious sophomore outing, River. On the album, the Hungarian singer, based out of New York, is joined by an octet choir of handpicked Hungarian vocalists, who add complex ...
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Kis Kece Lányom; Madárka, madárka; Száz Panasz Ég a Dalomban; La Dama De La Muerte; Gloomy Sunday/Szomorú Vasárnap; Don't Ask Me Who I Was/ Ne kérdezd ki voltam; Fogadj El Engem; Bésame Mucho; Stop For A Moment; Where Do You Start?.
by Mark Sullivan
Vocalist Nikolett Pankovits was born in Hungary, but she found her musical direction in New York City melding Hungarian songs with Latin American rhythms. She has a lovely warm voice, with almost no vibrato. Magia (the Spanish and Hungarian word for magic) is an eclectic mix of traditional Hungarian songs, torch songs, one Great American Songbook ...