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January 31, 2023

The 5th edition of the Soundczech festival comes to a pub in your town. The stage will be filled with the chords of Thom Artway, one of the youngest and most talented Czech musicians

Thom Artway (real name: Tomáš Maček) is a young Czech folk singer, songwriter and guitarist. He mostly interprets in English and his songs also include pop and rock influences, his inspiration coming from singers and bands such as Damien Rice, Coldplay or Mumford and Sons.

Born in a small village in Morava, Czechia, Thom discovered his passion for music many years before. Following a series of short interventions on the underground stage of Czechia, Thom decided to accomplish his dream of traveling and playing for people by abandoning the spotlight and dedicating himself to playing on the streets of Prague. He continued his quest miles away, on the streets of Australia, where, having only his backpack, guitar and love for music, he lived for 5 months, traveling from Sydney to Melbourne and New Zealand.

After his return to Czechia, Thom started to become more and more popular, collaboration with local artists and launching his debut album successfully, being recognized as one of the youngest and most talented Czech musicians.

The 5th edition of the Soundczech festival will take place between 5th and 8th of April 2017 in Ramnicu Valcea, Craiova, Timișoara and Drobeta-Turnu Severin.

Thom Artway will play in four cities from Romania:

5th of April, 21:00 / Aby Stage Bar, Ramnicu Valcea

6th of April, 21:00 / Curtea Veche Biergarten, Craiova

7th of April, 21:00 / Aethernativ, Timișoara

8th of April, 21:00 /| Kripton Club, Drobeta-Turnu Severin

Admission to all concerts is FREE.

Event organized by the Czech Center Bucharest, with the support of Staropramen and TAROM. Partners: Cafékultour, Aby Stage Bar, Curtea Veche Biergarten, Aethernativ, Kripton Club.

Media partners: Ziarul Actualitatea, Jurnal Românesc, Nine O’Clock, Radio România Timișoara, The Romania Journal, Timpul de Vâlcea, Timișoara Express, Ziarul de Vâlcea.

More information on www.czech-it.ro.



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