We love music. Together we want to tune up a former gambling room and turn it into a place where we could meet and do real music.
Instead of vulgar slot machine ding ding that occupied this place before us, we want provide a spot and opportunities for yet unheard voices. We play with everyone and for everyone who wants to listen.
Music is able to break walls and push the limits of life. It melts hatred and creates friendships. We have been building Amaro Records for this kind of music.
Please, help us to create a great place to meet! Let`s another district of Brno to be heard!
We won`t be able to do it without your help. The anticipated costs grew up to 700 000 CZK. We believe that with your help we will be able to cover them!
If you want to become a part of our community and pitch in the work on the new recording studio, let us know!
Amaro records is a community project of many enthusiasts and non-governmental organization IQ Roma servis. You can join us too! Everybody can somehow contribute to the project and become either a volunteer, supporter or sympathiser.
The reconstruction of a former gambling room on 22 Milada Horakova street is going on. You can support us financially, or just show public or symbolic support. You can tell others about us.
Our project is under the aegis of IQ Roma servis together with the support of Masaryk University College of Social Studies in Brno.
Our expert as well as humane guarantor is Gejza Horváth – a Roma musician, composer and writer, who has been in charge of music leisure time group in IQRS for five years already. Young Roma musicians perceive him as a role model and authority.
We also have the support of photographer Jindřich Štreit: „…What I have always admired is the Roma feeling for music and rhythm. Everybody has it, no matter if they are young or old. It is a gift from God that should not vanish, but we have to support it.“