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Re-routing/also serves as a replacement subscription concert

Individual/Replacement concert instead of the cancelled concert of the Kodály/Breitner Series.

Béla Bartók: Dance suite
Ferenc Liszt: Piano Concerto in E flat major
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 “Eroica”

Fülöp Ránki – piano

Conducted by: Rajna Martin

Concert estimated duration: 105 minutes
Ticket prices: 1990 HUF, 2990 HUF, 3990 HUF
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This concert offers three voluminous and intentionally “big shots” of music history. In his Dance Suite, Bartók sought to make a cultural compilation from the Carpathian Basin and beyond, to set to music the ideal of universal fraternity and to raise the artistic prestige of folk music.  Liszt was fine-tuning his Piano Concerto in E-flat major for 25 years, and by the time it was completed he had abandoned his career as a pianist. Yet, for the premier of this composition, he did again sit down to the piano, entrusting Berlioz with the baton. The composition is also one of the first examples of the structural feat in music when by the recurring themes and their transformation, we can hear a one- and a multi-movement composition at the same time. In his “Eroica” Symphony, Beethoven does not only concentrate on his attitude toward Napoleon but also on his own mission as a freedom-fighter and hero.

Three grand composers and two young talents.

Bartók, Liszt, Beethoven... and two highly gifted young musicians. It is certainly worthwhile to purchase tickets!

This concert offers three voluminous and intentionally “big shots” of music history. In his Dance Suite, Bartók sought to make a cultural compilation from the Carpathian Basin and beyond, to set to music the ideal of universal fraternity and to raise the artistic prestige of folk music.  Liszt was fine-tuning his Piano Concerto in E-flat major for 25 years, and by the time it was completed he had abandoned his career as a pianist. Yet, for the premier of this composition, he did again sit down to the piano, entrusting Berlioz with the baton. The composition is also one of the first examples of the structural feat in music when by the recurring themes and their transformation, we can hear a one- and a multi-movement composition at the same time. In his “Eroica” Symphony, Beethoven does not only concentrate on his attitude toward Napoleon but also on his own mission as a freedom-fighter and hero.

 

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Masterpieces in young hands

Three grand-scale “big shot” music pieces, three ingenious composers, two young and great musicians with an imperative talent. All on the same stage, the same night alongside the Pannon Philharmonic.

Martin Rajna is one of the most outstanding representatives of a new generation of conductors, the youngest conductor awarded in the history of the Junior Prima Award.

The night’s soloist is Fülöp Ránki, one of the most talented among young pianists in today’s Hungary. He is a regular guest soloist of leading Hungarian symphony orchestras, but he has also taken to the stages of numerous concert halls in Europe, Japan and China.

In 2016, he was presented with the Junior Prima Award, and in 2017 the Talent Award of the Cziffra Festival.

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