Fülei Balázs zongoraművész


The Auer Trio will be introduced in Warsaw on September 22nd and 23rd by playing the Piano trio in G major (all'Ongarese) by Haydn, as well as pieces by Liszt, Bartók, Kodály, Chopin and Lutosławski. 

While alive, he was even more popular than Mozart and was invited by Katherine, the tsarina of Russia to be her court conductor to Petersburg and then by Napoleon to Paris. 

„It is hard to find a more mysterious man in the 20th century than Bartók. It is still a mystery to me what it would be like to meet him; even if I have seen a lot of photos and have read a lot about him I can't imagine encountering him in the street. 

During one of his holidays in the Mátra mountains Zoltán Kodály had left his golden watch at the swimming pool and later he could not find it there. 

„Veszprém is the name of the small town where my father was a house painter. In accordance with the traditions of my homeland I was raised with a milk bottle and a violin” – has written Leopold Auer, the violinist who has conquered Europe and America as well. 

On July 1st the imaginary borders of Szentbékkálla in the Káli Basin will be expanded: during his evening concert titled „A Journey Round My Piano” Balázs Fülei will bring Spanish, Norwegian, Italian and Polish moods and colours into this village of the Balaton Uplands.