Felix Mendelssohn is described by his contemporaries as charming, lovable, and infinitely benevolent, whose letters radiate a serene and fundamentally balanced state of mind. Between the individual movements of the piano trios in D minor and C minor, Géza D. Hegedűs will read Mendelssohn’s very witty reports about concerts, travels and even his children, written to his family members, in a joint evening with the Auer Trio, a d-moll.  The production, which has been running since the spring of 2018, will now be staged for the fifth time, this time in the House of Hungarian Music, on October 13.

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Cover Image: The first performance at BMC in May, 2018