2020. February 6., 19:00
Ottó Till Hall

Gabriella Balga (vocals) and David Báll (piano)

Liszt: Der Fischerknabe (The Fisher Boy)
Oh! quand je dors (Oh! When I Sleep), S. 282
Fauré: Les Berceaux (Cradles), Op. 23/1
Après un rêve (After A Dream), Op. 7/1
Debussy: Beau soir (Beautiful Evening)
Ravel: Shéhérazade
Asie (Asia) La flûte enchantée (The Magic Flute) L'indifférent (The Indifferent One)
Dvořák: V národním tónu (In a National Mood), Op. 73
Slovak-Czech folk song arrangements
Dobrú noc, má milá (Good Night, Dear)
Žalo dievča, žalo trávu (When A Maiden Was A-Mowing)
Ach, není, není tu (Ah, It Is Not Here)
Ej, mam já koňa faku (I Have a Horse)
Tchaikovsky: Moj genij, moj angel, moj drug (My genius, My Angel, My Friend)
Ni slova, o drug moj (Not a Word, O My Friend), Op. 6/2
Otchevo? (Why?), Op. 6/5
Ja li v pole da ne travushka byla (Was I Not A Blade of Grass In The Field?), op. 47/7
Den' li carit (Whether Day Dawns), Op. 47/6
Rachmaninov: Szon (Dream), Op. 8/5
V molchan'i noci tajnoj (In the Silence of the Secret Night), Op. 4/3
Ne poj, krasavica pri mne (Don't Sing Beautiful Girl to Me), Op. 4/4
Zdes′ khorosho (How Fair is the Spot), Op. 21./7
Vesennye vody (Spring Waters), Op. 14/11

Gabriella Balga is a soloist with the Hungarian State Opera. Winner of several international vocal competitions, holder of numerous scholarships and awards, she was born in Nagykürtös (Veľký Krtíš), Slovakia. In 2013, she was awarded a Bayreuth scholarship by the Wagner Society, and in 2015 won first place at the Jakub Pustina International Singing Competition. Her lead roles at the Opera House include: Rosina in the Barber of Seville and Dorabella in Così fan tutte. In addition to her opera repertoire, she also readily sings oratorios and gives song recitals.

Dávid Báll is a frequent performer of the Óbudai Társaskör, he was the first artist to play the Társaskör's new Steinway Model D piano at its introduction in 2017. At the age of eight, he began playing the piano, also studying percussion and the violin. He was a student of György Nádor and András Kemenes at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, and was awarded a cum laude doctorate in 2011. The winner of several competitions, including the 2010 Sendai International Piano Concert Audience Award in Japan and the first Prize of the Sándor Végh Music Competition in Budapest in 2011. In addition to his career as a pianist, he is also a lecturer at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music.

On their song night, the artists take the audience into the world of romance, journeying all the way to the fabulous East.

Tickets: 1500 Ft, Senior and Student tickets: 750 Ft


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