Tomáš Kačo’s way of connecting classical, jazz and traditional Romani music is so original, that critics describes his music as the „sui generis“.
His journey from a detuned piano in a small apartment of traditionally large Romani family to the Steinway concert keyboard in New York’s Carnegie Hall has the features of the American dream. But there is, apart from the necessary little luck, especially diligence, curiosity and courage.
Tomáš Kačo composes and arranges music for choirs and orchestras, but he also devotes himself to film music. Experts highlight his ability to look at established topics in a new way. That is why he is often referred to as „The opener“.