Fülei Balázs zongoraművész

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He was a legendary figure in the Hungarian musical scene of the 20th century: a student of Imre Waldbauer and Leó Weiner, a cellist, a composer and a conductor, the founder of the Budapest Chamber Orchestra, the director of the Hungarian State Opera. 

During the mild winter in Rome in the December of 1881 Tchaikovsky was buried in work dealing with the piano trio in A minor only. 

Balázs Fülei’s programme on Bonum TV titled Musica has given space for a wide range of associations: first, the common aspects of Liszt’s Sposalizio and the painting by Raffaello that had inspired the music were discussed with Botond Polgár, sculptor; then Zoltán Megyesi was telling about his emotions called forth when singing Schubert’s Winter Journey. 

„….Then we played the sonata again in front of this truly sophisticated company. 

How many ways does a musician relate to his/her instrument? 

“In 2012 Balázs asked me to compose Les visages de la lune for the “moonlight” concert series he was putting together. 

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