Date(s) - Saturday, August 17, 2019
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Pompano Beach Cultural Center
Want to know what the life of an artist is really like? Then join us for the next Blended Conversations, a monthly event at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. August features Hungarian pianist, singer and musical artist Fanni Sárközy, who will share her candid story about leaving rising fame in Europe for a new life in Miami. The event will take place August 17 from 1pm-3pm at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center with a special live performance. Light refreshments will be served. Tickets are $10. For more information: www.ccpompano.org or call 954-545-7800.
Overcoming the language barrier and lack of presence in this market, Fanni has developed a strong following and growing fan base who appreciates her unique mix of genres and enjoys performances that are filled with humor, deep thoughts and surprises.
About Fanni Sárközy:
An internationally recognized, highly-trained pianist, singer and music educator, Fanni is equally proficient in jazz, pop and classical music. Born into a family of musicians, she began her piano studies at the tender age of 6. She graduated with honors at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary with a major in piano in 2004. While teaching classical piano at the Academy, Fanni also achieved international recognition as keyboardist/vocalist and songwriter of the smooth jazz / fusion group, Mizar and Mrs. Columbo, drawing the attention of famed U.S. magazine JAZZIZ and a global leader of online radio stations, smoothjazz.com.
In 2010, Mrs. Columbo achieved international recognition by being selected to compete at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012. In 2013, Mrs. Columbo won the most prominent Hungarian award, the Fonogram Award’s “Best Jazz Album of the Year” with their record “Remakeup” (Magneoton Records)
In 2017, Fanni moved to Miami. She started to work as a solo musician and performs in the Betsy Hotel South Beach, Sherwood’s Bistro, events of Miami Luxury Design Magazine, Mira Restaurant and many others. Fanni was invited to play with the Fusion Theory Band, led by Thierry Dejean. She has also been working with the great bassist, Kai Sanchez, since 2018.