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CD Albums of Gypsy Devils:

2008 - Good Times
2007 - Gypsy Devils
2007 - Gypsy Christmas
2005 - Gypsy Devils Live
2003 - Devils Violin
2001 - Devilicious Cimbalom
2000 - XXL Music
1998 - Greatings from Slovakia



Fan feedback:

" Musical Tsunami from Central Europe!"

" Nicolas Sarkozy may be the president of France, but Ernest Sarkozi is the president of the cimbalom!"

" Silvia Sarkozi takes your breath away with her beauty and her singing!"

" You dont see such elemental virtuosity very often..."

" The Gypsy Devils are the prime representatives of their musical genre!"

Gypsy Devils becames one of the first gypsy orchestras which had concerts in classical concert halls, their quality and unique projects totally changed people's perception of gypsy music. Now their music is very popular, and actually, they keep on collaborating with many symphony orchestras and classical musicians.

The "Devils" with Ernest Sarkozi at the helm are presenting a selection of the very best from their repertory, in which will be featured along with Gypsy songs also stirring renditions of Yiddish, Russian, Slovak, classical and jazz compositions.

The orchestra performed all over the world - USA, Australia, Canada, Japan, China, Taiwan, Mexico, Spain, Greece, Italy, Swiss, Turkey, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Holand, Belgium, Great britain, Germany and France. Of all the world famous concert houses, let us name a few - Berlin Philharmony, Komische Oper-Berlin, Kozerthaus-Berlin, Royal Opera House-London, Hans Max Saal-Munich, Smetana hall-Prague, Konzert und Kongressaal-Luzern, Concert Hall-Melbourne or Goldener Saal-Musikverein-Wien.

Gypsy Devils cooperates with some of the greatest orchestras, conductors, singers and instrumentalists of different styles of music - Gipsy Kings, Bettina Castano-Flamenco group, Paul Gulda & Vienesse String Quartet, Cyprus Symphony Orchestra - Nicosia, Philharmonic Orchestra Bohuslava Martinu - Zlin, Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra - Olomouc, Philharmonic Orchestra - Kosice, Symphony Radio Orchestra - Bratislava, Ales Podaril, Peter Breiner, Lucie Bila and Peter Dvorsky.