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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.

Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata for Recorder and Continuo in F major, BWV 1035
Anonymous, from the Lumley Part Books: Pavana and Galliard
Nicholas Strogers: In nomine III
Clement Woodcock: Browning My Dear
Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in F minor, BWV 1018
György Orbán: Ball Music for Count Razumovsky
Carl Maria von Weber: Clarinet Quintet in B flat major, Op. 34

Mária Gál-Tamási (violin)
Antónia Bodó (violin)
János Pilz (violin)
Ágnes Csoma (viola)
István Rajncsák (viola)
Gabriella Liptai (cello)
Mahdi Kousay (baroque cello, cello)
Györgyi Czirok (treble viola da gamba)
János Pilz (treble viola da gamba)
Eszter Lesták Bedő (alto viola da gamba, baroque violin, violin)
Soma Dinyés (tenor viola da gamba)
Rita Sovány (bass viola da gamba)
Salamon Eredics (recorder)
Rudolf Szitka (clarinet)
Gábor Tokodi (lute)
Soma Dinyés (harpsichord)

Tickets

3 000 HUF


Program

Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata for Recorder and Continuo in F major, BWV 1035
Anonymous, from the Lumley Part Books: Pavana and Galliard
Nicholas Strogers: In nomine III
Clement Woodcock: Browning My Dear
Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in F minor, BWV 1018
György Orbán: Ball Music for Count Razumovsky
Carl Maria von Weber: Clarinet Quintet in B flat major, Op. 34