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Venue: Liszt Academy (Zeneakadémia), Budapest

Fact file
AddressLiszt Ferenc tér 8
Central Hungary
ContainsLiszt Academy: Grand Hall
Liszt Academy: Solti Hall
Google maps47° 30' 11.511" N 19° 3' 51.683" E
August 2020
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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BudapestRespire #1 – Leclair, Mozart, Mendelssohn

Festival Academy Budapest
Leclair, Mozart, Mendelssohn
Balázs Szabó; Katalin Kokas; Barnabás Kelemen; Géza D. Hegedűs

BudapestRespire #2 - Williams, Schumann

Festival Academy Budapest
Vaughan Williams, Schumann
Klára Kolonits; János Palojtay; Korossy Quartet; Barnabás Kelemen

BudapestRespire #3 - Arban, Debussy, Schumann

Festival Academy Budapest
Arban, Debussy, Schumann
Gábor Boldoczki; Balázs Fülei; Noemi Gyori; Máté Szücs

BudapestRespire #4 - Schumann, Beethoven

Festival Academy Budapest
Schumann, Beethoven
Attila Erdös; Péter Nagy; Barnabás Kelemen; Katalin Kokas

BudapestRespire #5 - Reich, Mozart, Liszt

Festival Academy Budapest
Reich, Mozart, Wahlund, Liszt
Szabolcs Joó; Barnabás Kelemen; Katalin Kokas; Tamás Érdi

BudapestRespire #6 - Brahms, Shostakovich

Festival Academy Budapest
Brahms, Shostakovich
Antal Zalai; Gábor Farkas; Piroska Molnár; Maxim Rysanov

BudapestRespire #7 - Händel, Franck

Festival Academy Budapest
Handel, Franck
Eszter Balogh; Márta Ábrahám; Shlomo Mintz; Anette Agárdi

BudapestRespire #8 - Bach, Brahms

Festival Academy Budapest
Bach, Brahms
Márta Ábrahám; Borbála Dobozy; Barnabás Kelemen; Katalin Kokas
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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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A splendid Solomon in Budapest

Xavier Sabata © Michal Novak
Led by Pál Németh, the Savaria Baroque Orchestra, the Debrecen Kodály Choir and a fine ensemble of soloists gave a memorable performance of Händel's oratorio.
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Várdai and Vigh unveil musical treasures in Budapest

István Várdai © Felbontású Nagy
István Várdai delivers a knockout punch in Saint-Saëns' Cello Concerto no. 1 at the Franz Liszt Music Academy. 
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In memoriam Zoltán Kocsis

Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra © Budapest Festival Orchestra
Crisp Bartók, eloquent Schubert and a poignant tribute to Zoltán Kocsis in the Budapest Festival Orchestra's latest concert. 
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Newly-minted Festival Academy Budapest

Playing repeatedly in my mind as I walked home on 24 July was the spine-chilling orchestral performance of the "Dance of the Knights" from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet in the Franz Liszt Academy’s superb Solti Hall.
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17th-century L'Orontea in Budapest goes millennial

Opera director András Almási-Toth’s whimsical updating of an early Baroque opera by Antonio Cesti switches the composer’s L'Orontea from 1656 to 2016.
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Budapest rolls out the red carpet for Kurtág

Budapest rolled out the red carpet for its legendary composer György Kurtág, who, amidst a celebratory week, was the honoree at his splendid 90th birthday concert. 
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Awkward programming, splendid performances

A bright evening of the "Mozart Effect" series somewhat dulled by a bizarrely structured programme.
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