Ernő Kállai - violin
Rudolf Czene - piano
Corelli: La Folia (arr. Kreisler)
Schumann: Fantasiestücke, Op. 73
Brahms: Scherzo in C minor (Sonatensatz), WoO 2
Tchaikovsky: Andante Cantabile, Op. 11 (arr. Kreisler)
Kreisler: La chasse (in the style of Caprice Cartier)
Dvořák: Songs My Mother Taught Me (Gypsy Song), Op. 55/4 (arr. Kreisler)
Kreisler: Sicilienne and Rigaudon (in the style of Francoeur)
Bazzini: Dance of the Elves, Op. 25
Two bright and talented young artists. The youngest member of the famous Kállai music dynasty, the concertmaster of the Hungarian State Opera, the first violinist of the Kállai String Quartet, invites the audience to a solo concert. Ernő Kállai was admitted to the Special Talents Department at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music at the age of 12, then in 2006 received a full scholarship to Juilliard University in New York where Itzhak Perlman bacame his teacher. He received the Junior Prima Prize in 2014 and the Annie Fischer Scholarship in 2016. One of the most respected music magazines The Strad praised Ernő Kállai's play as "sophisticated and elegant."
His partner, Rudolf Czene, is one of the most talented pianists of his generation. He was the student of Kálmán Dráfi at the Academy of Music where he also teaches students of the Jazz Department classical piano. The young artist had two decisive experiences in his career when his diploma concert was conducted by Zoltán Kocsis and when at a concert in Italy he played four hands with Martha Argerich.
Tickets: 1600 Ft, Student tickets: 800 Ft