Parno Graszt
Parno Graszt in Bruges, Belgium (2018)
Parno Graszt concert @ Budapest Park 2018
Parno Graszt feat. Bohemian Betyars @ Ördögkatlan 2018
Parno Graszt @ Dalföld
Parno Graszt @ Kobuci Garden, Budapest 2018

Songs

Album: In My World (2004)
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Videos

Parno Graszt - Live @ Kobuci 2018
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  • country:Hungary
  • region:Eastern Europe
  • style(s):Folk, Gypsy
  • label:Fonó Music Hall
  • type:Band, Big Band
  • gender:male, female
  • instrumentation:vocal, string
  • artist posted by:Pannon Produkció

Line up

  • Heléna Oláh (vocals, dance)
  • István Németh (oral bass, churn)
  • János Jakocska (vocals, guitar)
  • János Oláh (double bass)
  • József Oláh (vocals, guitar, tambura)
  • Krisztián Oláh (accordion)
  • Mária Váradi (vocals, dance)
  • Sándor Horváth (vocals, spoons, dance)
  • Viktor Oláh (vocals, guitar, dance)

Links

Since their international debut in 2002, the name of PARNO GRASZT (meaning 'WHITE HORSE' in Romani language, standing as a symbol of PURITY and FREEDOM) became THE EQUIVALENT OF AUTHENTIC HUNGARIAN GYPSY MUSIC.

'They do not use sources of Gypsy music, they are the source itself.' (Simon Broughton, Songlines)

"One of the best gypsy bands I've seen in a long time." (Jan Fairly, The Scotsman)

"This Hungarian gypsy troupe certainly knows how to turn a gig into a party." (Rob Adams, The Herald)


The band plays traditional Gypsy folk songs from North-East Hungary along with their own compositions, representing a specific local dialect of Roma music.

The band consists of 9 musicians including 4 dancers which is sometimes extended with cimbalom, accordion, violin and taragot.

They are touring extensively in Europe since 2002, performing at various major festival and venues such as the Concertgebouwd in Amsterdam or Couleur Cafe Festival in Brussels.


*** DISCOVERING INDIA ***

In October 2008, PARNO GRASZT were spending 2 weeks in RAJASTHAN, INDIA meeting nomad Gypsy communities and playing music together. This unique musical adventure was released on DVD in 2009 worldwide.

Looking forward to meet you all who are interested.

On Tour

Parno Graszt