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About the program

The chamber music concerts  offer programmes for the audiences that develop the creativity of the musicians and embolden their personal ambitions. The programmes are put together by the orchestra’s musicians themselves, they identify the pieces, adapt them and perform them. Based on the playing of the musicians during these high-quality concerts that are reminiscent of chamber music of old, we understand why the Festival Orchestra is as it is: it is not a workplace for frustrated, rigid musicians, it is a place for outstanding and creative musicians to let their talents flow.

Edward Elgar: Quintet in A minor for Piano, Op.84.

Antónia Bodó, Noémi Molnár (violin)
Ágnes Csoma (viola)
Gabriella Liptai (cello)
Zoltán Fejérvári (piano)

Carlos Chávez: Toccata for Percussion Instruments

László Herboly, Gábor Pusztai, Gáspár Szente, Roland Dénes, Boglárka Fábry, István Kurcsák (percussion instruments)

Johann Sebastian Bach: Double Concerto in D minor, BWV 1043 – transcribed for two vibraphones

Roland Dénes, István Kurcsák (percussion instruments)
Péter Kostyál, Emese Gulyás (violin)
Zoltán Fekete (viola)
Orsolya Mód (cello)
Csaba Sipos (double bass)
Angelika Csizmadia (harpsichord)

Toru Takemitsu: Rain Tree

Gábor Pusztai, Boglárka Fábry, István Kurcsák (percussion instruments)


Program

Edward Elgar: Quintet in A minor for Piano, Op.84
Carlos Chávez: Toccata for Percussion Instruments
Johann Sebastian Bach: Double Concerto in D minor, BWV 1043, transcribed for two vibraphones
Toru Takemitsu: Rain Tree