Oi Va Voi
The next act taking part in the Double W concert series at Müpa will be on 28 October. Founded in 1999, London-based Oi Va Voi were founded in 1999 and explore the interaction between pop and folk, and acoustic and electronic sounds, recording music inspired by Hungarian and Yiddish folk music. Their first album was an international sensation: Laughter Through Tears won the BBC Radio 3 World Music Prize, and climbed the World Music Charts Europe. In Hungary, the group gained great acclaim, partly because they worked regularly with two Hungarian singers, Juci Németh and Ági Szalóki. In 2015 the band began work on a new album with a reorganised line-up – Memory Drop was released in 2018.