Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: ‘Pupille amate’ – Aria of Cecilius (Lucio Silla) ‘Schon lacht der holde Frühling’ – Concert Aria, K.580
Heitor Villa-Lobos: Bachianas brasileiras No.5
Igor Sztravinszkij: The Firebird Suite (1919)
Concert listeners will be treated to world music, with a twist. Ultimately, world music can be anything. So why couldn’t it be a composition from one of the world’s most famous composers, Mozart?! And if we’re talking folk, why not Hungarian? What about American -- couldn’t it be jazz? Heiter Villa-Lobos’s turn of the century Brazilian piece commemorating Bach and Mozart shows how Europe was seen from Brazil. But we won’t experience the world through the eyes and ears of today’s Brazil, but rather the Brazil of one hundred years ago, the one waking up to its own colourful identity. Mozart’s music is the source, the central starting point that the world’s every region orients itself to. Stravinsky’s piece is another perspective, observing from the northeast rather than the southwest. It is the 20th century’s last ballet, based on a Russian story, prepared for a Parisian premiere.
10.00am – 6.00pm
+36 72/500-300 (EN)
Breuer Marcell sétány 4.
Ms. Blanka Tatrai
Ms. Dorottya Éva Szőts
Ms. Eszter Tóth