ONE CONCERT – TWO VENUES - THE SOUNDS OF VISEGRÁD

ONE CONCERT – TWO VENUES - THE SOUNDS OF VISEGRÁD
2019. June 13., 19:00
Ottó Till Hall

Saint Ephrem Men's Choir

Works of the composer geniuses and masters of the Visegrád Countries

Bella: Tu es Petrus
Liszt: Mihi autem adhaerere, R. 513, p. 37
Janáček: Ave Maria, JW 4/16
Schneider-Trnavský: Salve Regina
Krzysztof Penderecki: Benedicamus Domino
László Sáry: Zsoltárkánon (Psalm Canon)
Romuald Twardowski: Sie ninye (Behold, Now Bless the Lord)
Tamás Bubnó: Psalm 127
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Kodály: Fölszállott a páva (The Peacock)
Bartók: Szlovák katonadalok (Slovak Soldiers' Songs)
Lutosławski: Six Polish Soldiers' Songs
Bartók: From Olden Times (movement 2) Sz. 104, BB 112
Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, No. 56, BB 68
Bartók: Székely Folk Songs, No. 99, BB 106
Bartók: Four Old Hungarian Folk Songs, Sz. 50, BB 60
Kodály: Evening Song (Esti Dal)

The great success of the concert series of St. Ephraim Men's Choir, which we can attend at two venues, now provides a new invaluable compilation of the men's choir traditions of the Visegrád countries. These exquisite compositions of Czech, Polish, Hungarian, and Slovakian men's choir literature will be performed in the St. Peter-Paul Church, then following a short walk over to the Társaskör with a glass of wine and a few snacks of bread. After the spiritual-bodily recharge, the secular part of the concert follows the works of Bartók, Kodály and Lutosławski.

Tickets: 1800 Ft, Student tickets: 900 Ft

Venues: Óbudai Szent Péter és Pál Főplébánia-templom (Óbuda Saint Peter and Paul Church, 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 168.) és az Óbudai Társaskör (1036 Budapest, Kiskorona u. 7.)

Sponsors: Municipality of Budapest, Ministry of Human Resources

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