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About the program

The Sunday chamber music concerts given in the Rehearsal Hall of the BFO in Selmeci utca 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 afternoons 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.

Eugène Ysaÿe: Sonata for Two Violins, Op. posth.

János Pilz, Eszter Lesták Bedő (violin)

Kohei Kondo: Concerto for Violin and Percussion, Op. 110

Levente Szabó (violin)
István Kurcsák, Boglárka Fábry, Gábor Pusztai (percussion)

Arnold Bax: Quintet for Harp and Strings
János Pilz, Tibor Gátay (violin)
Zoltán Fekete (viola)
Kousay Mahdi (cello)
Ágnes Polónyi (harp)
Antonín Dvořák: Serenade in D minor, Op. 44
Orsolya Mód (cello)
Attila Martos (double bass)
Victor Aviat, Eva Neuszerova (oboe)
Ákos Ács, Roland Csalló (clarinet)
Dániel Tallián, Sándor Patkós (bassoon)
Zoltán Kovács (contrabassoon)
Dávid Bereczky, András Szabó, Zsombor Nagy (horn)

Tickets

3 000 HUF


Program

Eugène Ysaÿe: Sonata for Two Violins, Op. posth.
Kohei Kondo: Concerto for Violin and Percussion, Op. 110
Arnold Bax: Quintet for Harp and Strings
Antonín Dvořák: Serenade in D minor, Op. 44