EVENT OF THE MONTH - HOUSE MUSIC ON WOMEN'S DAY

EVENT OF THE MONTH - HOUSE MUSIC ON WOMEN'S DAY
2019. March 8., 19:00
Till Ottó Concert Room

Featuring:

Enikő Kiss - violin
Mihály Várnagy - viola
Mihály Simkó-Várnagy - cello
Edina Szalai - bassoon
Mária Balaskó - piano

Maria Theresia von Paradis: Siciliano
Fanny Mendelssohn: Piano Trio, Op. 11 - movement 1
Nadia Boulanger: Trois pieces
Clara Schumann: G minor Piano Trio Op. 17 - movement 1

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Lily Boulanger: Deux Morceaux: Nocturne & Cortege
Tímea Dragony: Sentences - first performance
(for Jeno Dsida's poems, bassoon, and string trio)
Jenő Pertis: Violin and viola duo
Kreisler: Love's Sorrow

These days, we hardly think about how long and fierce a road led to March 8th when now hundreds of thousands of women are greeted by flowers and good wishes. The first event relating to March 8th was in 1857, when textile workers demanded more humane working conditions and higher pay on the streets of New York. For people today, the English movie Suffragette brought the topic closer. The composers of today's House Music lived under luckier circumstances. They could all afford to dedicate their lives to art because of a secure financial background. However, difficulties and disasters did not always avoid them, as you can learn from host János Mácsai. You will also find out why a male composer's, Jenő Pertis's, work got included and what feelings and thoughts are triggered by this celebration in a young composer today.

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Tickets: 1600 Ft, Senior and Student tickets: 800 Ft

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Sponsor: National Cultural Fund

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