"On February 11, we will do everything we can to make sure you can attend one of the best concerts of your life. We are preparing a show that has never been seen before in the life of The Anahit. We're bringing our hottest songs, we're going to boost our soundscape, and we're preparing a lot of surprises. Come and switch off from everyday life, have a good dance with us! If you haven't done so yet, buy your ticket and don't forget to tell your friends."
The story of The Anahit, nominated for the Petőfi Music Prize in 2022, began in London in 2016, when Rita Csányi started working on her first album, In The Dark, released in 2017 at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. Over time, the project became a four-member formation, which in 2021 left behind the melancholy characteristic of their previous musical world and paddled into more pop waters and released their funnier, edgier songs one after another. In the meantime, The Anahit won prestigious accolades, its songs are played on radios in many parts of the world, and in the fall of 2021, its first recordings in Hungarian were also released.
They have already performed at the biggest domestic festivals, including Sziget Festival, Strand Festival, SZIN, and thanks to Ibis Music, they also presented themselves in Warsaw with a fast-paced concert.