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On the first weekend of November, one of the most exciting conductors of the present day, Marc Minkowski will make his debut in front of the Budapest Festival Orchestra.

He started with French Baroque and the old music movement, he revived the cult of Offenbach’s operettas – and today he is immersed in the French music of the twentieth century. “I have an obsession to prove I am a chameleon” – the impulsive musician with an inexhaustible interest stated a few years ago. For us he has selected music that is truly worth discovering: works by Fauré, Poulenc and Roussel, from the French universe of elegance and bon mot.

Concert information: http://www.bfz.hu/calendar/months/201211#on_20121102