Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra
Artistic director: László G. Horváth
Takagi Ririko violinist, 2nd place winner of the 2017 Béla Bartók World Competition, and recipient of Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra's special pirze
Ferenc Liszt–Péter Wolf: Hungarian Rapsody, No. 2.
Ivana Stefanovic: Tree of Life
Mozart: Violin Concerto in A major, No. 5, K. 219/5
Dvořák: Serenade in E-major, op. 22
Junior Prima Award winner Anima Musicae has been awarded the honorary title of National Youth Orchestra since the spring of 2018.
“From the outset, we have set higher expectations for ourselves, trying to meet the standards we have set. Besides growing recognition from our profession, and a growing number of concerts, what I am particularly pleased with is the really close friendships we started with have only deepened over time. We grow together professionally and there is an ever closer bond between the members of the team, which was perhaps our most important goal.” says leader László G. Horváth.
To their delight, they have the opportunity to play their own program, and as practically always, they include a contemporary piece as well. Ivana Stefanovic's work Tree of Life is a lasting and unique experience. A monotone pulsation gives the piece its backbone against which passionate melodies are heard. Takagi Ririko, achieved her first successes in 2004, when she won the Japanese Players Competition and the Senzoku-Gakuen Junior Competition. In 2010, she made her debut with the help of the Music Foundation of Yokohama and won the IV. Yokohama International Music Competition, then received the Yamaha Scholarship. She won first prize at the Euroasia International Competition won first place in 2014, 2015 and 2016. She won second place at the Béla Bartók World Competition organized by the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. Her concert at the Társaskör is a special prize offered by Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra.
Tickets: 2000 Ft, Student tickets: 1000 Ft. Admission free under the age of 16