After the wildly successful ABBA and Barbra Streisand songs, this time, the world of swing and Frank Sinatra will enchant our audience. It is no coincidence that Michael Bublé and Robbie Williams enjoy popularity with the rearrangement of these hits. High-quality crossover is the novelty that comes forth from the wedlock of classical music and another genre, most typically pop music.
Our Valentine's Day concert tickets tend to sell out after a while. This is exactly what's happened this year too. Those who are fond of pop music hits scored in a vibrant manner by András Vass for a symphony orchestra shouldn't hesitate too long before buying tickets for our second concert taking place on 15 February.
We already suspect that Strangers in the Night, the ever-popular New York, New York and the heartfelt My Way will be this year’s favourites. Our previously successful singers, Mónika Nika, Bálint Magyar and Gábriel Farkas will come to the stage alongside Ádám Bősze, the night's host. Don't forget to buy a ticket for your sweetheart! We await you with some surprises before the concert and during its intermission.
Upon hearing Frank Sinatra's voice and beloved songs, even those will think of the American Dream who dream have never been in the US. A life of plenty, a flourishing society, a successful career, financial security, peace, love and happiness. We, from Hungary, observe the 1940s and 50s in America with a singularly nostalgic feeling, mainly because our own history was very different at the time. And as the distance makes this world seem more beautiful than it was, so does Sinatra's music, which puts only its best face forward. Frank Sinatra (″The Voice″ – as he was commonly referred to) covered basically the entire period of the American dream from the 1930s to the 1990s. His music has turned into an epoch and a lifestyle. Now, we can immerse in this feeling, we can hang up the hard and sorrowful coats of our daily struggles on the coathangers of the cloakroom, and we can lose ourselves in the pleasant bath of the beloved hits clothed in a symphony orchestra's posh clothes