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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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Organized Rhythm at the Palace of Arts in Budapest

Organized Rhythm at the Palace of Arts in Budapest

A unique ‘Organized Rhythm’ concert in the Palace of Arts Budapest. Clive Driskill-Smith (1978) is an English organist. He studied at Eton College and Winchester College before becoming Sub-Organist at Christ Church in Oxford. He has contributed to concerts and recordings by the Christ Church Cathedral Choir, and has joined them on tours. Organized Rhythm is the name of the …

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Joseph Calleja Sings Arias in Budapest

Joseph Calleja in Palace of Arts Budapest

Palace of Arts Budapest is proud to announce the concerts of tenor Joseph Calleja, who will perform famous arias from operas.  Maltese star tenor Joseph Calleja has been one of the most sought-after opera singers of the new century and was nominated for a Grammy Award. Concert Venue: Palace of Arts Budapest Concert Date: April 19, 2019 Concert Begins at: …

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Iveta Apkalna, Mariss Jansons and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Concert in Budapest

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra

Budapest Palace of Arts will feature a fascinating classical concert with two world-famous musicians. An organist and a conductor – plus an internationally renowned German orchestra, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra will put three magnificent French works on show, two of which demonstrate how the composers envisioned the musical connection between organ and orchestra. Concert Venue: Palace of Arts Budapest Concert …

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Midori and the Munich Chamber Orchestra Concert in Budapest, at the Palace of Arts

Midori and the Munich Chamber Orchestra Concert in Budapest

Palace of Arts Budapest offers a unique classical concert with highly acclaimed international musicians: the Munich Chamber Orchestra will be joined by violinist Midori for a program featuring works by Mendelssohn – Bartholdy, Grieg and Bach at Béla Bartók National Hall, Budapest. Concert Venue: Palace of Arts Budapest Concert Date: March 13, 2019 Concert Begins at: 19:30 Booking: book your …

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Monteclair’s Jephthah Concert in Budapest

Monteclair's Jephthah at the Palace of Arts in Budapest

Monteclair’s Jephthah opera will be performed in the Palace of Arts in Budapest: the performance will be given by Orfeo Orchestra and world-class vocalists. Join us in the Purcell Choir and Orfeo Orchestra Concert in Budapest in a unique lyric performance of Monteclair’s Jephthah at the Bela Bartok National Hall. Tickets are limited, please make your booking in advance. Concert …

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Denis Matsuev and the National Philharmonic Concert in Budapest

Denis Matsuev

The Palace of Arts Budapest welcomes Denis Matsuev pianist on an unforgettable evening with the Hungarian National Philharmonic. Denis Matsuev, born in 1975, is the embodiment of triumphant and unbridled musical power. His musical gestures are laden with enormous emotion, but he can also play with remarkable tenderness. He is most at home with his Russian repertoire, faithfully performing the …

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