Fülei Balázs zongoraművész


The Latvian Academy of Music in Riga was founded in 1919 and the Latvian composer, Jāzeps Vītols teaching at the famous Saint Petersburg Conservatory for thirty years, was appointed to be its first rector, who, consequently, based music education on Petersburgian traditions. 

On November 2nd, 1830 the twenty-year-old Chopin got on a carriage to leave Poland behind and start a new life in Paris. 

In 1962 when one of the student violinists of the Bern Conservatory, Alexander van Wijnkoop and thirteen fellow students founded Camerata Bern, they decided to play standing and without a conductor only. 

Could the score be perceived as a recipe and the performance as a meal cooked from it? What happens if an artist performs strictly following the recipe?  

One of the most prestigious chamber orchestras of the music world, the Camerata Bern, having recently played with guest artists like Vadim Repin, Heinz Holliger, Maurice André, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Gidon Kremer and András Schiff  – will perform a joint concert with Balázs Fülei at the Grand Hall of the Liszt Academy at the beginning of February. 

Vienna, 1795. Haydn, a renowned composer all over Europe, in his early sixties then, had returned from England where even the royal family was trying to persuade him to stay, and finished his Piano Trio in C major.