Fülei Balázs zongoraművész


Liszt has written the Christmas Tree suite for one of his granddaughters particularly close to him, the very talented pianist, Daniela von Bülow. 

Though colourful, wiggling fishes are beautiful, they are mute; however, they have inspired several composers. 

The Sonata Weekend is a celebration of Beethoven, born 250 years ago, and of Hungarian pianists as well: Beethoven’s thirty two piano sonatas will be played in chronological order, in two days, at nine concerts performed by thirty two outstanding Hungarian pianists. 

There is some mystery surrounding the history of the Schwanengesang: what we know for sure is that during the last year of his life, Schubert set to music seven poems by Rellstab, six poems by Heine and one poem by Seidl and, after his death, these songs were sold by Schubert’s brother, Ferdinand to the renowned publisher, Tobias Haslinger. 

On October 26th Balázs Fülei will take the stage of the Solti Hall of the Liszt Academy with Ágnes Langer violinist, a prize winner of the Bartók World Competition in 2017. 

Franz Liszt is one of the most important composers for me – has said László Dubrovay in several interviews, having composed his Concerto No. 3 for the 200th anniversary of Liszt’s birthday. 


This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.