2020. February 24., 19:00
Ottó Till Hall

Gábor Adamik - euphonium
Gergely Lukács, András Pék, József Török - tuba
László Kiss Gy - tarogato
Zsolt Mersei, András Novák and Csaba Pálfi - clarinet

Hosted by musicologist Endre Tóth

Vivaldi: Ouverture di concerto
Handel: Water Music, HWV 349 - Adagio
Saint-Saëns: The Carnival of the Animals - Overture, The Elephant, Fossils, Finale
Saint-Saëns: Samson and Delilah - Bacchanale
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, S. 244
Kodály: Epigrams (1,2,3,5)
Schumann/Attila Korb: The Happy Farmer, Returning from Work... and Others
Ferenc Farkas: Old Hungarian Dances
Pure America! - Movie Score Selections
Béla Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances
Piazzolla: Ètude de tango
Monti: Czardas
Béla Kovács: Greetings from the Balkans
Attila Korb: Hungarian Cartoon Music - intriguing selections

We would like to bring extraordinary concerts to life even in the world of chamber music, and to enrich our country's music offerings with new arrangements and exciting instrument combinations. There is no better time for this than during the carnival season, so we are making some real changes:

We introduce our audience to special arrangements of popular works. If we break away from the familiar sound, we can "eavesdrop" on the deeper layers of the work. What does it feel like to listen to Vivaldi on a tarogato? How do The Carnival of the Animals or Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 sound played by a tuba quartet? Is it possible to play one of the most virtuoso pieces, the Monti Czardas, on the biggest, loudest and "slowest" instrument, the tuba? Junior Prima Award-winning young tuba player Gergely Lukács will answer those questions, along with outstanding members of our company, bringing smiles to our faces on a fun, colorful evening at the Társaskör. We have heard this phrase many times, but now it is worth taking seriously: it cannot be missed!

Tickets: 2200 Ft Senior and Student tickets: 1500 Ft


Organizer: Budapest Phylharmonic Society

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