Benedek Csík, a world-renowned Hungarian cymbalom artist, has played the world's biggest concert venues, including Carnegie Hall. Benedek believes that in addition to working as a musician he is called to serve other Roma by leading a small Christian congregation in Budapest. He teaches that before Roma can expect to be accepted by the broader society, they must first accept themselves as Roma, created in God's image.
Motion captured with the Panasonic HMC-150. Audio by Sennheiser. Thanks to the Knight Center for International Media at the University of Miami School of Communication and Transitions Online in Prague, Czech Republic.