2020. February 15., 19:00
Ottó Till Hall

László G. Horváth (violin)

Featuring: Zsófia Váray-Major - piano

Debussy: La fille aux cheveux de lin - The Preludes, I. No. 8, L. 117
Debussy: La plus que lente - valse, L. 121
Debussy: Claire de Lune - Suite bergamasque, No. 3, L. 75
Bartók: Andante (1902) DILLE - No. 70
Vecsey: Valse Triste
Kreisler: Schön Rosmarin (Beautiful Rosemary), Op. 55/4
Libesleid (Love's Sorrow)
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise, op. 34/14
Tchaikovsky: Valse sentimentale, Op. 51/6
Smetana: Z domoviny (From the Homeland)
Dvořák: 4 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75
Fauré: Apres un reve (After A Dream), Op. 7/1
Lili Boulanger: Nocturne
Massenet: Thais - Meditation

Tonight's main character is a violinist who says there is nothing better than playing music together, which is why he founded a chamber orchestra called Anima Musicae. However, now the band leader recounts his Valentine's Day feelings solo with his piano accompaniment.

A curiosity about the concert is that we hear one of Bartók's works that is surprisingly emotional: the Andante, written by a young man of 21 about the memory of a carefreee Sunday, to a certain Lady Adila H. Arányi.

Saint Valentine or Valentine is the patron saint of lovers. Valentine's Day, celebrated on February 14 in Anglo-Saxon countries, has spread worldwide as a "love holiday" since the late 20th century. In Hungary, Valentine's Day has become known and popular since the 1990s. Even a day after Valentine's Day it feels good to dream a bit, so we recommend this concert of emotions to anyone who likes to immerse themselves in tunes.

Cecília Szőke

Tickets: 1400 Ft, Student tickets: 700 Ft


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