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Kozma Orsi

Kozma Orsi

Kozma Orsi


Kozma Orsi, Hungarian pop, jazz singer was born october 2, 1976 in Budapest. As a child she was singing in the Hungarian Radio's children's choir for years. After graduating from high school she was studying in a musical studio and participating in various acts such as Szűzriadó, Kimnowak and Tereskova. Then in the late 90's she was singing in the very successful Hungarian pop-jazz quartet Jazz+Az (Jazz and that) along with fellow jazz singer Eszter Váczi. Read more on Last.fm
Kozma Orsi, Hungarian pop, jazz singer was born october 2, 1976 in Budapest. As a child she was singing in the Hungarian Radio's children's choir for years. After graduating from high school she was studying in a musical studio and participating in various acts such as Szűzriadó, Kimnowak and Tereskova. Then in the late 90's she was singing in the very successful Hungarian pop-jazz quartet Jazz+Az (Jazz and that) along with fellow jazz singer Eszter Váczi. After Jazz+Az disbanded she started to sing jazz and swing songs as a member of the successful and famous Cotton Club Singers (replacing Adél Zsédenyi) with mates Gabi Szűcs, Boldizsár László and Gábor Fehér. In 2005 she released her first studio album "Egy Szó" (One Word). She shocked the audience with her new, more pop sound and with the fresh, electronic tunes. In the beginning of 2007 she leaved Cotton Club Singers to be able to concentrate more on her solo career. Her second solo album "Az Igazi Szerep" (The Real Role) dropped the same year. Members of her band are: Veronika Harcsa – vocals Renáta Krassy – vocals Krisztián Szakos – gitars Attila Fehérvári – bass guitar Zoltán Csányi – drums Read more on Last.fm.

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