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Venue: Pesti Vigadó (Vigadó Concert Hall), Budapest

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AdresseVigadó tér 2.
Budapest
Central Hungary
1051
Ungarn
Google maps47° 29' 45.042" N 19° 2' 56.991" E
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BudapestImages of France and Russia

Images of France and Russia
Debussy, Mussorgsky
Marcell Szabó, Klavier

BudapestAccord Quartet

Accord Quartet
Beethoven
Accord Quartet, Quartett

BudapestSárik Péter Trio X Beethoven

Sárik Péter Trio X Beethoven
Beethoven
Péter Sárik; Tibor Fonay; Attila Gálfi

BudapestErnő Kállai (Violin) and János Balázs (Piano) in Concert

Ernő Kállai (Violin) and János Balázs (Piano) in Concert
Beethoven, Schumann
Ernő Kállai; János Balázs

BudapestMiklós Lukács (Cimbalom) and the Hungarian National Philharmonic

Miklós Lukács (Cimbalom) and the Hungarian National Philharmonic
Berio, Bella, Beethoven
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra; Zsolt Hamar; Miklós Lukács
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Hinreißende Kammermusik von Kodály & Enescu

Barnabás Kelemen (Violine) und László Fenyő (Cello) © Posztós János
Vilde Frang leitete das Ensemble vom ersten Pult aus – hochqualifizierte, hochkarätige Individuen der gleichen Generation, vereint im Willen, eine Spitzenleistung zu erbringen.
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Bartók beyond borders at Pesti Vigadó

Joolz Gale © CAFe Budapest / Andrea Felvegi
Bringing his six-year ‘Mini journey’ to Budapest for a Bartok mini-cycle, Joolz Gale delivered a detailed vision of the First Piano Concerto and the Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion. Yet, a blazing performance of Bartók’s concerto for orchestra stole the show.
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Eight centuries of music as one: the Hilliard Ensemble at Budapest Spring Festival

There aren't many - if any - ensembles who will, in a single concert, perform music ranging from Gregorian chant to contemporary, from England to Armenia. The Hilliard ensemble do so with vocal technique that is distinctive and impressive.
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