Tomorrow, on Saturday from 7pm on Bartók Radio you can listen to an iconic performance by the Budapest Festival Orchestra, Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro.
“Today we don't jump around to the rhythm of Mozart, though I would love to have put on the frilly dresses and danced on 15 February at the MÜPA, the Palace of Arts, at the concert of the Budapest Festival Orchestra. I would love to have been listening until the early hours to Figaro, directed and conducted by Iván Fischer and performed by a fantastic international cast. Oh how wonderful it would have been to listen, again and again, to the arias and duets of German Hanno Müller-Bachmann (Figaro) and Roman Trekel (Count Almaviva), Romanian-American Laura Tatulescu (Susanna), Swedish Miah Persson (Countess Rosina) and Israeli Rachel Frenkel (Cherubino)!”, wrote Márton Devich in the Heti Válasz magazine after the performance.
The listeners of Bartók Radio will now get this opportunity again tomorrow.