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Virtuosos Jubilation of joy - Gala concert

Margaret Island
Sunday, 20 August 2017 11:02

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Virtuosos

Jubilation of joy

Gala concert

Sunday, the 20th of August, 8pm

Margaret Island Open-air Stage

The Budapest Summer Festival is proud to support young talents at the beginning of their artistic career. The Open-Air Theatre thus celebrates the national holiday with a gala concert of freshly discovered young talents. The fireworks for St. Stephen’s Day will be live-streamed during the pause.
Virtuosos, the world`s first classical music talent show, this spring already had its third run on national television. Since the show`s end the exceptional talents of Virtuosos have proven their skills on many occasions, delighting audiences all over the country.

Guest star:
Gergely Bogányi, Liszt, Kossuth and Príma Prize winning pianist

Performers:
Misi Boros, pianist, winner of the Junior Príma Prize and age group winner of the first season
Réka Kristóf, opera singer, absolute winner of the third season
Benjámin Beeri, opera singer, finalist of the third season
Amira Abouzahra, violinist, age group winner of the third season
Gergely Lukács, tuba player, finalist of the third season
Aleksander Simic, violoncellist, finalist of the third season
Dániel Ali Lugosi, clarinet player, absolute winner of the first season
Apor Szüts, pianist, composer and conductor, competitor of the first season
Zsuzsanna Csabay, flute player, competitor of the first season
Gyula Váradi, violinist, age group winner of the second season

Anchors: András Batta, Edit Varga

Accompaniment: Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Domonkos Héja
Director: Péter Novák

A coproduction of the Open-Air Theatre and the Virtuosos.



Programme

1. Franz Schubert: Military march - Gergely Bogányi, Mihály Boros 4’
2. Franz Schubert: Impromptu in E-flat major Op. 90. No. 2. – Mihály Boros 5’
3. Claude Debussy: Reflets dans l'eau – Reflections in the water – Gergely Bogányi 5’
4. Ludwig van Beethoven: Rondo Capriccio in G majorOp. 129. – Mihály Boros 6’
5. Franz Schubert: Marches caractéristique No. 2 D.886 –Gergely Bogányi, Mihály Boros7’
6. Vittorio Monti: Czardas – Dániel Ali Lugosi (clarinet), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 5’

- intermission -

1. Manuel de Falla: Ritual Firedance – common production with solists of „Virtuosos”, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 4’
2. Georges Bizet: Á la Voix – Benjamin Beeri (tenor), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 5’
3. Gabriel Fauré - Fantasy–Zsuzsanna Csabay (flute), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 4’
4. Gaspar Caasado: Requiebros– Aleksander Simic (violincello), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 4’
6. Camille Saint-Saens: Introduciot et rondo capriccioso – Gyula Váradi (violin), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 7’
7. Aram Khachaturian - Jascha Heifetz: Sabre Dance – Amira Abouzahra (violin), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 3'
8. J. G. Mortimer - Carmen fantasy - Dániel Ali Lugosi (clarinet), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 5’
9. Paganini - Alban: Carnival of Venice – Gergely Lukács (tuba), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 5’
10. Zoltán Kodály: A csitári hegyek alatt – Benjámin Beeri (tenor), Réka Kristóf (soprano), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 5’
11 Apor Szüts: Tango á la „grotesque” – Apor Szüts (piano), Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 5’
12. Brahms: Hungarian dance No. 1. – common production with solists of „Virtuosos”, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra 4’

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