Bartók – spending fifty years of his life as an active concert player – has given concerts in twenty two countries all over the world; however, his travels and concerts in Germany ended in 1933.
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Skipping, colourful fish are beatiful but mute – however, they have inspired several composers. Balázs Fülei will tell us about and play „watery” and „fishy” music during his matinée concert on October 2nd in the Solti Hall of the Liszt Academy.
The Mini-festival held within the framework of Café Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival has been a forum for works by contemporary Hungarian composers for years.
The Muzsikás Ensemble has already toured half of the world with their concert called Allegro Barbaro.
Mozart composed his Concerto in E flat major in 1779 after returning from his European tour, for two pianos - namely, for himself and his sister, Nannerl, who was a wonderful pianist herself.
Liszt's Funérailles was conceived in his pain felt because of the failed Hungarian Revolution in 1848-49.
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