Inspired by her 2016 debut album “Magia”, Hungarian-born New York jazz vocalist Nikolett Pankovits re-imagines the melodies of Hungarian folk music by bringing together ensembles from jazz and world music interspersed with poems in English by actor Adam Boncz.
January 20th - The premiere of an original piece conceived by Laszlo Barnak, Adam Boncz and Agnes Kiss, which explores the story of an artistic director, a puppeteer and an expat actor through the works of Franz Kafka.
November 10th - Adam will be performing ‘Sad but True’ with Nikolett Pankovits Band at the world famous Lincoln Center! The event is part of the High Note Hungary festival.
‘Sad but True’ is going on a tour in Spain and in Switzerland. Nikolett Pankovits Sextet and Adam will give concerts in Madrid, Cordoba, Granada, Almeria, Zaragoza and Muri. For more info go to www.sadbuttrueproject.com
June 24th - Adam will perform a unique on-night-only concert/theatre piece with the Hungarian band 'Szakertok' at the LaMaMa ETC.
Adam is one of the co-producers of the first ever Hungarian Theater Festival in New York titled HUNGARY LIVE FESTIVAL.
June 2nd - Right after performing at Rockwood Music Hall, Sad but True is back in town for a concert at the legendary BLUE NOTE in New York.
After the last sold out show in New York, Sad but True is back in town for an intimate concert at Rockwood Music Hall in New York.
Adam will be reading excerpts from the Hungarian bestseller Budapest Noir by Vilmos Kondor at the European Literature Night in New York.
September 22nd - Adam is casting 'Groove', a video art project directed by David Michalek, produced by Dorottya Máthé and commissioned by the International Center of Photography. The project will feature a wide variety of New Yorkers and will pay tribute to some of the unnoticed locals of our city. The project premieres in early 2018.
May 22nd - 'Sad but True' is a collaboration between the Nikolett Pankovits Septet and Adam Boncz. After a successful show on the Day of Hungarian Culture, a night of jazz music and poetry will be presented at the Club Bonafide in New York City.
April 27th - Tamar Rogoff Performance Projects's will premiere 'Grand Rounds', a movement theatre piece which takes the audience bedside as three generations investigate the rituals of life and untimely death. Adam is proud to serve as the President of the Board of TRPP.
April 24th - Lovecraft NYC is hosting a screening of "Watch Me", a new film by Lesya Malskaya starring Lyanka Gryu and Adam Boncz.
March 31st - New Stage Theatre Company's production of 'Rules' (based on the play by Charles Mee) is premiering at the brand new New Stage Performance Space on March 31st. Adam is in teh cast playing the role of David.
More about the show: https://www.broadwayworld.com/off-off-broadway/article/New-Stage-Theatre-to-Open-New-Space-with-RULES-Based-on-Charles-Mee-Play-20170315
February 19th - Adam has started a blog in Hungarian about the world of New York theatre. It will talk about the ins and outs of Broadway, Off-Broadway and the independent theatre scene. You can read the blog at: adamboncz.blog.hu
January 22nd - Adam will perform with the Nikolett Pankovits Septet on the Day of Hungarian Culture. A night of music and poetry at the Hungarian House in New York.
December 29th - An interview on Radio Bézs with Adam and his long time collaborator producer Dorottya Máthé about their past and current projects. You can find the interview on this linkÉ http://www.radiobezs.hu/
December 23rd - Adam was invited to give Christmas gifts to kids in need. The event was held at the Klauzal Square in Szeged, Hungary and was organized by the Rotary foundation and Zoltan Elekes.
Adam is shooting the music video for Nikolett Pankovits' La Dama de la Muerte in upstate New York. The video will premiere in the spring.
October 1st - Adam is casting the feature film 'Impossible Monsters'. The movie is directed by Nathan Catucci, produced by Dorottya Mathe and starring Santino Fontana (My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Devika Bhihe (The Man Who Knew Infinity) and Natalie Knepp (Sam, Orange is the New Black).