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Komponist: Bartók, Béla (1881-1945)

Veranstaltungen zu klassischer Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz finden | Bartók
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Geburtsjahr1881
Sterbejahr1945
NationalitätUngarn
Epoche20. Jahrhundert
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StockholmDavid Oistrakh String Quartet

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Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Clarke, Tschaikowsky, Bartók
David Oistrakh String Quartet

BambergOur cellists dance

© Peter Eberts
Strauss Sohn, Tschaikowsky, Bartók, Popper, Grieg, Bizet
Indrek Leivategija; Nikola Jovanovic; Lucie de Roos; Eduard Resatsch

LondonBartók, Ligeti & Haydn

© Matthias Baus
Bartók, Ligeti, Haydn
London Symphony Orchestra; François-Xavier Roth; Isabelle Faust

LuganoDaniil Trifonov

© Dario Acosta
Berg, Prokofjew, Bartók, Copland, Messiaen, Ligeti, Stockhausen, Adams, Corigliano
Daniil Trifonov, Klavier

SchweinfurtManfred Honeck conducts Tchaikovsky

© Felix Broede
Chausson, Bartók, Tschaikowsky
Bamberger Symphoniker; Manfred Honeck; Isabelle Faust
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Barbara Hannigan © Christof Kuen
Zwei facettenreiche Liederzyklen der Sängerin Hannigan machen den Abend zur berührenden Kurtág-Hommage
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Fesselnder Bartók und unverzärtelter Mozart mit Montero in Nürnberg

Joana Mallwitz © Nikolaj Lund
Sehr selbstbewusst führte die Staatsphilharmonie Nürnberg unter Joana Mallwitz bei Bartók durch ein Schlüsselwerk des 20. Jahrhunderts.
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Bayerische Staatsoper inszeniert mit Judith einen packenden Thriller

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Tänzerische Erweiterung des Klangkörpers: DFDC meets Ensemble Modern

Satelliting: Tars Vandebeek und Amanda Lana © Dominik Mentzos
Zwei Uraufführungen und eine Wiederaufnahme bringen die Dresden Frankfurt Dance Compnay und das Ensemble Modern erneut zusammen.
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Eine zauberhafte Entführung: NDR Elbphilharmonieorchester in München

Leonidas Kavakos © Marco Borggreve
Alan Gilbert und das NDR Elbphilharmonieorchester bringen ein wenig norddeutsche Heimat nach München.
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Béla Bartók is one of the most important composers of the 20th century. He was also an accomplished pianist, teacher, as well as a collector and arranger of folk song from Hungary and other countries. Bartók's music talent became evident when he started playing the piano and composing at a very early age. In his early and academic years, he was influenced by the works of Brahms, Schumann and later Richard Strauss. Bartók's first acquaintance with Hungarian folklore was in 1904, after which he found his true musical identity, composing two string quartets, the one-act opera Duke Blue Bluebeard’s Caste, the ballets The Wooden Prince and The Miraculous Mandarin. His first two piano concertos were composed between 1926 and 1931, which were extensively performed by him at the piano. His fame as a composer and pianist grew, but he was more devoted to his folk-music studies and to developing his musical language. Until 1940, before moving to the USA, he wrote three quartets, the Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta as well as the Sonata for two pianos and percussion. Bartók lived in the USA from 1940 until 1945, during which time he lectured and gave concerts. By commission from the Koussevitzky Foundation in 1943, here he composed one of his masterpieces, the Concerto for Orchestra. He died from leukaemia on 26 September 1945 in New York, leaving just a sketch of his Viola Concerto and his Third Piano Concerto missing just seventeen bars to completion.