Date

2023. Jul. 17.
Lejárt esemény!

Time

7:00 pm

PASSWORD: LIGETI

On the Contemporary Music Day, created by the Festival Academy Budapest, music lovers can discover the Budapest Music Center from the rooftop terrace through the Opus Jazz Club and the Library to the Concert Hall. Beside the concerts, multi-arts round-table discussions will give visitors the opportunity to meet writers, poets and composers in person. From 10:00, György Kurtág will give a public masterclass on Bartók’s String Quartet No. 4 with his characteristic intensity, accompanied by the Kelemen Quartet, followed by half-hour concerts throughout the day. From 19:00 concertgoes can join a live recording of György Ligeti’s Horn Trio, and five young composers will perform works commissioned by the Festival.


19:00 BMC Concert Hall
„Password: Ligeti” 

György Ligeti: Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano
Barnabás Kelemen – violin
Jose Vicente Castello – horn
Péter Nagy – piano
György Kurtág: Signs, Games and Messages (excerpts)
Adrien La Marca – viola
László Sáry: Grandmother’s Dance
György Lakatos – bassoon
Szabolcs Joó – percussion
Péter Eötvös: A Call
Orsolya Korcsolán – violin

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Tornyai PéterPoème de chambre, for 8 Strings and 8 Metronomes – premiere, commissioned by FAB
FAB masterclass participants
Máté BellaLament – premiere, commissioned by FAB
FAB masterclass participants
Judit Varga: Breathe, live, glow, sparkle – premiere, commissioned by FAB
Boris Brovtsyn – violin
FAB masterclass participants
Máté BaloghPertisiáda – premiere, commissioned by FAB
Barnabás Kelemen – violin
Adrien La Marca – viola
Kian Soltani – cello
Zsolt Fejérvári – double bass
Reto Bieri – clarinet
Miklós Lukács – cimbalom

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György Kurtág: Signs, Games and Messages (excerpts)
Jonian Ilias Kadesha – violin
Elliott Carter„Enchanted preludes”
Jacques Zoon – flute
Iseut Chuat – cello
László Dubrovay: Concerto for trumpet and percussion
Gábor Boldoczki – trumpet
Szabolcs Joó – percussion
Jenő Pertis: Calling to life – premiere
Saint Ephraim Male Choir
Péter Tóth: Flames – premiere
Saint Ephraim Male Choir
Béla Bartók: Sonata for violin and piano No. 1
Barnabás Kelemen – violin
Shai Wosner – piano

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