Adventures in the world of Traditional Jazz and Ragtime.

Friday, March 26, 2010

A Message from Robert Ringwald

We received this e-mail the other day from Bob Ringwald:

From: Robert Ringwald

Subject: Watch and Listen to the Bohem Jazz Festival from Hungary Online This Weekend

Our own Vince Bartels will be there. I have appeared at this festival twice. It is really a nice, friendly, well-done and very professional Jazz Festival. Some of you may remember that Tamas Ittzes brought his band from Hungary for our 2008 Festival. They were a big hit. Please sign up and help Tamas keep this festival alive.
--Bob Ringwald
Dear friends, we desperately need your help in getting this message to as many people as possible.

Thanks a lot, Tamas
The 19th International Bohem Ragtime & Jazz Festival featuring top American and European musicians will be broadcast live on the internet at March 26-28, 2010.

You can view the whole event and even download the concerts later on for only a few bucks. With your subscription you'll not only have the opportunity to be part of a great event of 15 hours of music but also help to save Hungary's premier classic jazz festival.

Bohem Festival OnLine: 3 days, 5 concerts, 15 hours of music live, delivered right into your home from Kecskemet, Hungary.

Join in and be at least virtually with us in Kecskemet, Hungary on the next weekend! (March 26-28, 2010) Last year our internet broadcast had 30,000 visitors! Don't miss it this year! And let your friends know about it, too!

Please, visit  to watch Hungary's premier jazz festival and to help to save it at the same time. We'd need about 2,000-2,500 online visitors to break even. (Last year's broadcast was free.)

Tamas Ittzes
"Dr. Bohem"

PS.: As far as I know, this is still the only jazz festival in the world that is being broadcast through the Internet. So we have a second world debut with this technology.