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Scott Joplin:
Peacherine Rag (transcript by David Schorr)
The Strenuous Life Rag (transcript by David Schorr)

Johann Strauss Jr. and Josef Strauss:
Pizzicato-Polka, Op. 234 (transcript by Dieter Hotz)

Johann Strauss Jr.:
Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka, Op. 214 (transcript by David Schorr)
Perpetuum mobile, Op. 257 (transcript by David Schorr)

Claude Debussybio:
Children’s Corner – Golliwogg’s Cakewalk (transcript by David Schorr)
Le petit nègre (transcript by David Schorr)

Léo Delibes:
The Flower Duet – from Lakmé (transcript by Kenichi Koda)

Sergei Rachmaninoffbio:
Vocalise (transcript by Paolo Leva)

Ákos Ács, Zsuzsanna Majzik, Rudolf Szitka (clarinet), Roland Csalló (bass clarinet)

Camille Saint-Saënsbio:
Le Cygne (The Swan) (transcript by Tibor Gátay)

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakovbio:
Flight of the Bumblebee (transcript by Tibor Gátay)

Vincent Youmans:
Tea for Two (transcript by Balázs Bujtor)

George Gershwin:
Oh, Lady Be Good (transcript by Balázs Bujtor)

Henry Mancini:
Days of Wine and Roses (transcript by Balázs Bujtor)

Harry Warren:
Forty Second Street (transcript by Balázs Bujtor)

Balázs Bujtor, Erika Kovács (violin), Gábor Sipos (viola), Lajos Dvorák (cello)

Other information

The event is about 1.0 hours long.

About the event

Budapest can only remain a liveable, loveable, and throbbing metropolis if it builds upon a strong and cohesive network of small communities. To make this a reality, we need new platforms and habits, and fresh experiences in our cultural life. Strengthening this is the aim of the cooperation of the Budapest Festival Orchestra and the City of Budapest too, within the framework of which chamber ensembles of our orchestra give live or online miniconcerts at important institutions of Budapest.

The program is supported by the Municipality of Budapest.