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2019. january 21.

19:00

Hungarian concert
Miklós Perényi, cello
MÁV Symphony Orchestra
Gábor Takács-Nagy, conductor

Liszt Academy

19:00

Song in Prose – chamber concert with poems of Mihály Babits
Magdolna Závodszky, violin,
Veronika Botos, viola,
Eszter Baráti, cello,
Péter Csongár, clarinet,
Erika Dallos, Ruth Cochen, piano,
Gabriella Balga, voice
Host: Endre Tóth

Óbudai Társaskör

19:30

Igor Levit, piano
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor

Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

2019. january 22.

19:00

Hungarian Culture Day – works by László Lajtha
József Balog, piano,
Lilla Horti, voice,
József Rácz, violin,
Tamás Zétényi, cello

Hungarian Radio Marble Hall

19:00

Concert on Hungarian Culture Day
Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra
Márk Fülep, flute, alto flute

Balassi Institute

19:30

Katalin Szutrély, Bernhard Berchtold, István Kovács, voice
Purcell Choir,
Orfeo Orchestra, on period instruments
László Paulik, leader
György Vashegyi, conductor

Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

19:30

Anna Dennis, Mhairi Lawson, Rowan Pierce, Jeremy Budd, James Way, Ashley Riches, Roderick Williams, voice
Gabrieli Consort & Players
Paul McCreesh, conductor

Liszt Academy

2019. january 23.

19:30

Nathan Giem, violin,
Kinga Kriszta, Bernadett Wiedemann, István Horváth, Krisztián Cser, voice
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Choir / Zoltán Pad
Tamás Vásáry, conductor

Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

19:30

Gergely Bogányi, piano

Naming sponsor: MVM Hungarian Electricity Ltd.

Liszt Academy

2019. january 24.

19:00

Schumann's piano chamber music
Hanna Weinmeister, Mary Ellen Woodside, violin,
Rafael Rosenfeld, cello,
Izabella Simon, Dénes Várjon, piano
Series editor: Dénes Várjon

Liszt Academy, György Solti Hall

19:30

Endre Hegedűs, piano
Somogyi String Quartet
Members: Péter Somogyi, György Lendvai, Balázs Tóth, László Pólus

Vigadó, Ceremonial Hall

19:30

Worlds of Sixty Years
Máté Szűcs, viola
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
Sylvain Cambreling, conductor

Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

2019. january 25.

18:00

Veronika Oross, flute
MÁV Symphony Orchestra
András Adorján, conductor, flute

Festetics Palace

19:00

Tre – Händel
Emőke Baráth, voice
Danubia Orchestra Óbuda
Máté Hámori, conductor
Host: Gábor Eckhardt

Budapest Music Center

19:00

Schumann's piano chamber music
Hanna Weinmeister, Mary Ellen Woodside, violin,
Rafael Rosenfeld, cello,
Izabella Simon, Dénes Várjon, piano
Series editor: Dénes Várjon

Liszt Academy, György Solti Hall

19:00

From the Renaissance to Bartók
Elemér Balázs Group
Members: Elemér Balázs, József Balázs, Krisztián Lakatos Pecek,  Elemér Balázs Jr.
Zsuzsanna Takács, Csaba Gyulai, György Philipp, voice,
Zoltán Mizsei, voice, organ

Hungarian Radio, Studio No. 6

19:30

Worlds of Sixty Years
Máté Szűcs, viola
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
Sylvain Cambreling, conductor

Vigadó, Ceremonial Hall

19:30

Graceful Elegance
Benjamin Beilman, violin
Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra Pécs
Gilbert Varga, conductor

Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

2019. january 26.

10:00

Winter Concert
MÁV Symphony Orchestra

10:30

Mozart, Chocolate Ball Star 2.0
Danubia Orchestra Óbuda

Budapest Music Center

11:00

Gábor Farkas, piano,
Haruka Nagao, violin

Old Music Academy

19:00

Tre – Händel
Emőke Baráth, voice
Danubia Orchestra Óbuda
Máté Hámori, conductor
Host: Gábor Eckhardt

Budapest Music Center

19:30

Gergely Bogányi, piano
Concerto Budapest
Arvid Engegård, conductor

Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

19:45

Philippe Tondre, oboe,
Balázs Szakszon, alto trombone
Budapest Festival Orchestra
János Pilz, leader

Istituto Italiano di Cultura

2019. january 27.

11:00

Music Mania – or everything that is music
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
Host: Dániel Dinyés, conductor

The Palace of Arts - Festival Theatre

11:00

Sándor Szilvágyi, guitar
Host: Győző Lukácsházi

Hungarian Radio, Studio No. 6

15:00

Music Mania – or everything that is music
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
Host: Dániel Dinyés, conductor

The Palace of Arts - Festival Theatre

15:30

Philippe Tondre, oboe,
Balázs Szakszon, alto trombone
Budapest Festival Orchestra
János Pilz, leader

Istituto Italiano di Cultura

17:00

Martina Russomanno, soprano,
Róza Radnóti, piano

Petőfi Museum of Literature

18:00

Flamma Cordis Violin Duo
Members: Kata Borsos, László G. Horváth
With Zsuzsanna Homor, piano

FUGA Center of Architecture

19:00

Masters of Performance
András Moldoványi, piano,
Li Ke, violin,
Mátyás Hotzi, Máté Tomasz, cello
Host: Gábor Eckhardt

Marczibányi Téri Cultural Centre

19:00

Memorial concert on the 100th anniversary of Endre Ady's death
Sylvia Sass, Ingrid Kertesi, Andrea Meláth, János Bándi, Bence Pataki, voice,
Márta Nagy, Ildikó Cs. Nagy, piano
Ferenc Erkel Mixed Choir
Zsófia Cseri, conductor
Kölcsey Choir
László Tamási, conductor
With actors Kinga Újhelyi and Zoltán Rátóti

Vigadó, Ceremonial Hall

19:30

Then and There – Here and Now
Chanticleer Vocal Ensemble
Members: Cortez Mitchell, Gerrod Pagenkopf, Kory Reid, Alan Reinhardt, Logan Shields, Adam Ward, Brian Hinman, Matthew Mazzola, Andrew Van Allsburg, Andy Berry, Zachary Burgess, Matthew Knickman
Music director: William Fred Scott

Liszt Academy

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