2020. March 19., 19:00
Ottó Till Hall

Dear guests,

This program has been canceled due to the current situation.

Tickets purchased online through Jegymester are automatically refunded by Jegymester Kft. Tickets purchased at Óbudai Társaskör will be refunded at the place of purchase until March 16th.

From March 17th, tickets will not be refunded at the Társaskör.

More information about the ticket office of the Music Academy: 06-1/3210690, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Director Mária Harsányi and her team

Featuring: members of the Budapest Strings

Host: music historian Szabolcs Molnár

Mozart: String Quartet in C major, No. 4, K.157
Anna Windberg, Ildikó Lang - violin, Réka Szabó - viola, Miklós Oláh - cello

Glazunov: String Quintet in A Major, Op. 39
Mátyás Németh, Katalin Varró - violin, Szilvia Kárpáti - viola, Bálint Maróth - cello, Krisztina Lendvay - double bass

Schubert: Piano Quintet in A major "The Trout," Op. post. 114, D 667
Imre Hargitai - piano, Tamás Rónaszéki - violin, Dániel Krähling - viola, Bálint Maróth - cello, Krisztina Lendvay - double bass

"A real treasure, always a pleasure to play and listen to." Which piece of the 1930s did the German chamber music guide describe with these words? A Schubert quintet that features a catchy, inviting melody in one movement? A youthful string quintet that Mozart wrote at the age of 16 in Milan? Or a string quintet by the difficult but ingenious Glazunov? The host of the concert Szabolcs Molnár will address this issue as well as the Italian adventures of the Mozarts and some trout fishing tips.


Tickets: 1600 Ft, Student tickets: 800 Ft

Organizing partner: Budapest Strings

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