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„Musicians of the future in Europe, Europe in Veszprém” - Concert of young talents

„Musicians of the future in Europe, Europe in Veszprém” - Concert of young talents

Veszprém – UNESCO City of Music
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2022/11/03
19:00 - 20:30
Lecture hall
Type:
Program series
Genre:
Classical/Contemporary
Jazz


Ticket type:
seated
violin
Ottília Revóczky
oboe
Apolka Mitró
piano
Johanna Hordós
violin
Nelli Alföldi
violin
Karolina Kondorosi
cello
Domonkos Hartmann
trumpet
Patrik Sebestyén
Composer: Telemann
A minor Oboe Solo Fantasia No. 2
Composer: Mozart
Sonata for Piano and Violin in E Minor, K.304
Composer: Antonio Pasculli
Ricordo di Napoli: Scherzo brillante for Oboe and Piano
Composer: Kodály
Solo Cello Sonata, Op. 8, I. mvt
Composer: Ravel
Oiseaux Tristes (Sad birds) – Miroirs No. 2.
Composer: Bartók
Improvisations for Hungarian Peasant Songs, Op. 20
Composer: Arvo Pärt
Fratres for Violin and Piano
Composer: Piazzolla
Primavera Porteña (Four Seasons – Spring)
Composer: Chick Corea
Armando's Rhumba (arranged by Patrik Sebestyén)

„Musicians of the future in Europe, Europe in Veszprém” - Concert of young talents

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.

From Baroque to Jazz - from Austria to England. We present our musicians, citizens of the world, and young musicians of Veszprém origin and musicians who once studied in Veszprém (at the Ernő Dohnányi Music Secondary School and the Antal Csermák Music School). As soloists and teachers, they have gained international recognition and experience, and have put their skills to good use across Europe. The journey of these young musicians takes them from Veszprém through Austria, Switzerland, Spain and England to Estonia. Their artistic careers are marked by prestigious institutions and orchestras.

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Ticket Prices

1 000 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.