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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Hungary

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April 2019
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BudapestBeethoven / Dvorák / Brahms / Perényi / Takács-Nagy

Beethoven, Dvořák, Brahms
Concerto Budapest; Gábor Takács-Nagy; Miklós Perényi

BudapestCavalleria rusticana

Cavalleria rusticana
Mascagni, Leoncavallo
Marco Comin; Georges Delnon; Hungarian State Opera; Madeleine Schleich; Prisca Baumann; Ildikó Komlósi; Zsófia Kálnay

BudapestHáry János

Háry János
Kodály: Háry János
Török Géza; Attila Vidnyánszky; Hungarian State Opera; Máté Hámori; Ádám Medveczky; Oleksandr Bilozub; Bianca Imelda Jeremias

BudapestGold and the Woman / The Tót FamilyNew production

Gold and the Woman / The Tót Family
Kenessey, Tóth
Zsolt Jankó; Csaba Káel; Hungarian State Opera; Éva Szendrényi; István Kovács; Zita Váradi; Atilla Kiss B

BudapestMy Passion: Early Music - György Vashegyi

© Wagner Csapo Jozsef
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Handel's Joshua at the Liszt Academy, Budapest

David Szigetvári © Veronika Éder
Lead by Pál Németh, the Savaria Baroque Orchestra and the Kodály Choir Debrecen are the stars of this performance of Handel's oratorio.
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Handelian dream team: Jaroussky and Baráth delight in Budapest

Philippe Jaroussky and Emőke Baráth © Attila Nagy, Müpa Budapest
Philippe Jaroussky and Emőke Baráth's team-up with the Ensemble Artaserse proved nothing short of wonderful.
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Tannhäuser's long and tortuous journey of the spirit

Sophie Koch (Venus) and Stephen Gould (Tannhäuser) © Zsófia Pályi, Müpa Budapest
Stephen Gould is less than convincing in the lead role of Tannhäuser, but excellent ensemble work under Ádám Fischer's inspired direction offers compensations.
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The ultimate love story: Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde in Budapest

Allison Oakes (Isolde) and Peter Seiffert (Tristan) © Zsófia Pályi, Müpa Budapest
As part of the annual Wagner festival in the Hungarian capital, Peter Seiffert and Allison Oakes star as the doomed lovers.
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Wagner highlights in Budapest

Szilvia Rálik © Attila Nagy
This concert, with a running time of about two hours, was a lovely dip in the Rhine without the usual four-to-five hour Wagnerian full immersion.
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