Welcome to the Tettamanti Téma Jazz band's website!

Tettamanti Téma has been playing together since 2005. The band makes progressive fusion jazz music. The repertoire contains mostly originals. The band is playing regularly in music clubs and cafés of Budapest. Tettamanti Téma band says, for them the music means the joy playing without limits, with free and easy improvisation. The band has been released 3 CD-s until now: Suspended) (2006), Two (2008), and The Bass: On (2010). A new CD is planned in the very next future!



Tamás Tettamanti - trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone



Dimitri Radukov - piano



András Csizmás - double bass



Dániel Molnár - drums



REFERENCES (not complete):
Palace of Arts, Budapest
Moulin Rouge
Hungarian National Radio (CD release concert, 2008.)
TUNNEL - VIENNA - LIVE jazzklub (Bécs)
Kapolcs - Művészetek Völgye 2008.
Bucharest International Jazz Competition 2007.
II. Tornalja Jazz Fesztivál, 2007. (SK)
New Brooklyn Pub
Pótkulcs
Könyvtár Klub
Tűzraktér
Café Sirály
Pinceszínház
Szimpla Kert

Juny. 2005. The TETTAMANTI TÉMA band was formed. First gig at Tûzraktar (underground place in Budapest).
July 2006. Participation at JAZZ FESTIVAL and COMPETITION of BALATONFÜRED.
Sept. 2006. Release of the first CD of Tettamanti Téma: SUSPENDED.
April 2007. Concert at TUNNEL-VIENNA LIVE JAZZKLUB in Austria.
May 2007. PArticipation at BUCHAREST INTERNATIONAL JAZZ COMPETITION and EUROPAFEST CAFFE FESTIVAL.
July 2007. Participation at JAZZ FESTIVAL and COMPETITION of BALATONFÜRED.
July 2007. Participation at II. TORNALJA JAZZ FESTIVAL in Slovakia.
May 2008. Tamás Tettamanti was finalist at the NATIONAL JAZZ TRUMPET COMPETITION.
July 2008. Concerts at the art festival of KAPOLCS.
August 2008. Release of the second CD of Tettamanti Téma: TWO.
Sept. 2008. CD release concert at the HUNGARIAN NATIONAL RADIO.
Febr. 2009. Concert at Moulin Rouge, Budapest.
Jan. 2010. Palace of Arts: Jazz Showcase 2010
May. 2010. CD release concert at at club Take 5.
Currently: the band is playing regularly in clubs and cafés of Budapest.