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Vilde Frang, Truls Mørk and the Budapest Festival Orchestra & Sir Mark Elder in Palace of Arts Budapest

Vilde Frang, Truls Mørk and the Budapest Festival Orchestra & Sir Mark Elder in Palace of Arts Budapest

Brams and Berlioz will be on for 3 consecutive evenings in the Palace of Arts in Budapest by Norwegian cellist Truls Mørk, violinist Vilde Frangand and the Budapest Festival Orchestra. Award-winning Norwegian cellist Truls Mørk and violinist Vilde Frang debut with the Budapest Festival Orchestra – conductor Sir Mark Elder returns to lead the orchestra for an exciting and diverse …

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Takacs-Nagy & Budapest Festival Orchestra in Franz Liszt Academy of Music

Takacs-Nagy & Budapest Festival Orchestra in Franz Lisz Academy of Music

Takacs-Nagy & the Budapest Festival Orchestra perform Haydn and Mozart in Franz Liszt Academy of Music Budapest. Gabor Takacs-Nagy, principal guest conductor of the Budapest Festival Orchestra, presents a program sampling works from the Classical period. Concert Venue: Franz Liszt Academy of Music Budapest Concert Date: 4, 5, 17 and 18 Oct, 2019 Concert Begins at: 19:45pm (15:30pm on 5 …

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Schubert, Berio, Bach, Respighi Classical Concert in Palace of Arts Budapest

Schubert, Berio, Bach, Respighi Classical Concert in Palace of Arts Budapest

Monteverdi’s popular ‘L’Orfeo’ is back in Palace of Arts Budapest. The greatest Italian symphonic composers of the 19th and 20th centuries, building bridges between nations, periods and styles, in concert with the singer Nora Fischer, Ivan Fischer’s world-renowned daughter. Concert Venue: Palace of Arts Concert Date: 22 and 23 September, 2019 Concert Begins at: 15:30, 19:45pm Booking: book your tickets …

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Monteverdi’s Opera ‘L’Orfeo’ in Palace of Arts Budapest

Monteverdi's Opera 'L’Orfeo' in Palace of Arts Budapest

Monteverdi’s popular ‘L’Orfeo’ is back in Palace of Arts Budapest. Soloists will include singers from the world over, with the Hungarian Emoke Barath and the Italian Valerio Contaldo featured in the main roles. The dancers are working with choreographer Sigrid T’Hooft, one of the foremost experts of Baroque steps, who has supported the orchestra’s performances of early music for years. …

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Mozart’s Requiem Concert in St. Stephen’s Basilica Budapest

Mozart's Requiem Concert in St. Stephen's Basilica Budapest

Hear Mozart’s choral masterpiece, the Requiem, on an unforgettable concert in the beautiful and magnificent St. Stephen’s Basilica Budapest. St. Stephen’s Basilica of Budapest is one of the most beautiful, most significant churches and touristic attractions of Hungary. Enter this majestic bulding and dedicate an evening to beautiful baroque music by Mozart, while admiring the intricately decorated interior of the …

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The Best of Classicals Concert Series in St. Michael’s Church, Budapest

A unique concert series for all classical music lovers, The Best of Classicals Concert series in St. Michael’s Church, Budapest. Travel back in time with talented artists as they perform the very best of classical music, works from Mozart, Schubert, to Händel, Bach, Vivaldi, Franck, Albinoni, Liszt, and Handel in Budapest’s stunningly beautiful St. Michael’s Church. Concert Venue: St. Michael’s …

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Puccini’s Manon Lescaut in Erkel Opera Theatre in Budapest

Puccini's Manon Lescaut in Erkel Opera Theatre in Budapest

Experience Puccini’s third opera and his first big success, the Manon Lescaut, in Ferenc Erkel Opera Theatre Budapest. Manon Lescaut is an opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini, composed between 1890 and 1893. The story is based on a novel from 1731. In a bittersweet romantic story, Manon meets the young student, Des Grieux, and they fall in love. …

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Delibes’ Sylvia ballet in Erkel Opera Theatre in Budapest

Delibes' Sylvia ballet in Erkel Opera Theatre in Budapest

A rare and unique ballet performance, Delibes’ Sylvia is performed in Ferenc Erkel Opera Theatre Budapest. Sylvia, originally Sylvia, is a full-length ballet in two or three acts, first choreographed by Louis Merante to music by Leo Delibes in 1876. Sylvia, a romantic story, set in antiquity, literally places love on a pedestal in the person of the Greek god …

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