In 1998 the Christie’s auction house in London modified their previously used classification of art history eras and the indicative ’contemporary’ could only be attributed to works made after 1970.
This label is perfect for the title and programme of the Hungarian contemporary composers’ evening in March: the pieces, moreover, one of the composers were born after 1970. At the concert Balázs Fülei will play works by László Dubrovay, Iván Madarász, Gyula Fekete, Péter Tóth, Gyula Bánkövi and András Gábor Virágh. The date is March 26th, the venue is the Music Collection of the Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library.
Photo: Yoav Eitel