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 'A thousand shades of music'

'A thousand shades of music'

Veszprémi Early Music Days and Chaconne Festival
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2022/11/11
19:00 - 22:15
Concert hall
Type:
Concert
Program series
Genre:
Classical/Contemporary
Jazz


Ticket type:
seated
Tasto Solo Ensemble
conductor
Guillermo Pérez
Budapest Bach Consort (artistic director: Augustin Szokos)
Orlando Vocal Ensemble (artistic director: Pál Vikman)
soprano
Adriána Kalafszky
soprano
Zita Acsai
alto
Anna Sára Nagy
tenor
Zoltán Megyesi
basso
Lóránt Najbauer
conductor
Pál Vikman
violin
Philip Zuckerman
piano
Péter Rozsnyói
Mátyás Premecz Quintet
„Gentili Spirti” – Francesco Landini and the italian trecento
Composer: Buxtehude
Membra Jesu Nostri
Break
Composer: Bach
Partita in D Minor, BWV 1004
Composer: Péter Rozsnyói
Chaconne improvisation for piano
Composer: Mátyás Premecz Quintet
Jazz inspired by the form of the Chaconne

'A thousand shades of music'

The House of Music Hungary opens its doors to the city several times a year, and this time we are offering you an insight into the musical life of the city of Veszprém through a series of special concerts and one-off events over several weeks.

The world-famous Spanish ensemble Tasto Solo will perform Landini a special musical treat, accompanied by rare instruments such as the organetto and the medieval violin. The Orlando Choral Ensemble, the Budapest Bach Consort and vocal soloists, host of the Veszprém Early Music Days, will also present D. Buxtehude's moving cantata cycle Membra Jesu Nostri. This evening will feature musical connections inspired by the chaconne form, with Hammond organist Mátyás Premecz's new Quintet, as well as Bach's ever-changing Partita in D minor, including the final, breathtaking Chaconne movement, performed by the young Swedish violinist Philip Zuckerman, who has ties to Lake Balaton.

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Ticket Prices

3 000 Ft
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The House of Music Hungary opens its doors to the city several times a year, and this time we are offering you an insight into the musical life of the city of Veszprém through a series of special concerts and one-off events over several weeks. 

2022/10/13 - 2022/11/12

According to current regulations, from March 7, 2022, it is no longer obligatory to wear a mask when visiting the House of Music Hungary. Concerts, programs and exhibitions can be attended without a vaccination certificate or card.

Nevertheless we still encourage you to wear a mask during concerts. All current rules are subject to change based on the all-time rules and regulations of the government. We kindly ask you to check all current regulations for your event on our website before your visit in each case.