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Video streamed event: An Evening of Liszt and Bartók

Watch online on www.facebook.comMüpaRecorded at Müpa: Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, Budapest, Hungary
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Sunday 23 May 202119:30
Festival: Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks

During the first part of their show, the Szent István Philharmonic will perform Ferenc Liszt’s late tone poem, From the Cradle to the Grave, a symphonic work with a special atmosphere, as well as his Danse Macabre, one of the most virtuosic works in the literature of the piano concerto. The solo will be played by Sebestyén Pellet, a graduate of Szent István Király Musical Grammar School and a student of the Liszt Academy.

Leo Mujić is an internationally acknowledged choreographer. He has worked in Paris, Berlin, Zagreb and Zurich, and frequently collaborates with Hungarian dancers and ballet groups. In recent years his interest turned towards large-scale ballets with eventful plots, and Bartók’s The Wooden Prince, which he now stages, is a case in point.


We would like to draw the attention of our audience to that the current pandemic regulations also affect the online program of the Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks, the program and the dates of the events will change. For the most recent information, please visit our website and social media channels.

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