Fülei Balázs zongoraművész


The audience could already experience the unusual and exquisite joy of involving folk instruments in the performance of a Bartók’s piano work during the extraordinary production of the Muzsikás Ensemble and Balázs Fülei in the spring of 2017. 

 „My first and most important concert” – wrote Bartók to a Swiss friend about the second concert of his second overseas tour on April 13th, 1940 in the Library of Congress in Washington played with József Szigeti who had already emigrated to the United States. 

Franz Schubert was given only thirty-one years to live, yet he might be the composer who has composed the largest number of imperishable works within the shortest period of time. 

In the Spanish city of Castellón de la Plana, the College of Music bearing the name of its founder, the composer Salvador Segui was opened in 1998. 

During the early 1800s the young cellist, Joseph Linke and his violinist colleague, Ignaz Schuppanzigh were considered to be the most well-known musicians in Vienna. 

Although not living in the same city, the four Mendelssohn siblings never lost contact with one another. 


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