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I wish to extend my existing subscription for the Pannon Series / Müpa Budapest

You are warmly welcome again to the Müpa in Budapest in the new concert season with our Pannon Series. Subscription renewal until 31 May 2023 to the series of the 2023/2024 “PRESENT” concert season.



Our five Friday concerts are remedies to the soul




Pannon series - price categories with a subscription renewal at a discount price:

VIP: 28 900 HUF

Category: 25 900 HUF

Category II: 20 900 HUF

Category III: 14 900 HUF


 by bank transfer or bank payment

Please, notify us of your wish for subscription renewal via email at tatrai.blanka@pfz.hu, and we will inform you of all necessary details.


 in person in the Glass Hall in Müpa

You can pay in person by Széchenyi Recreation Card, bank card or in cash 

24 March 2023, from 6 pm to 10 pm  


3 May 2024, from 6 pm to 10 pm 



Besides the bank transfer and personal payment opportunities, the subscription for the Pannon Series can also be renewed online at our website www.pfz.hu/en (ONLINE EXTENSION OF SEASON TICKET(S)) by bank card payment.



For children and teens between 6 and 18 years, free of charge, family-friendly subscription arrangements. The Pannon Philharmonic continues its greatly successful family-friendly programme series for its Budapest-based subscription-holders. In Season 2023/24, we will again provide families with the possibility to bring their children between 6 and 18 free of charge to the concerts of the Pannon Series held in Müpa. If you wish to request the children's subscription for specific seats, please email our colleague, Blanka Tátrai, at  tatrai.blanka@pfz.hu, so she can help you with the requested seats. The price of the family subscription can be settled by bank transfer following the necessary arrangements via email or be purchased in person in the Glass Hall of Müpa on 5 May 2023.




Our Budapest-based subscription holders receive a 50% discount on their concert tickets in the Kodály Centre. Please, notify us of your wish to attend concerts in advance at tatrai.blanka@pfz.hu.


Should you need any help with your purchase, please, don't hesitate to contact us at +36 72 500-300.





PFZ (Pannon Philharmonic) is present in the moments of sorrow, the blood and sweat of the masters whose names start not only with the letter ″B″– Bach, Beethoven, Bartók and Bruch – but all other letters of the alphabet when they were penning the compositions you are listening to at this very moment. PFZ is just as mysterious as Bluebeard himself, marches along the ants, as in the poem, makes the song of the sirens audible and soars with the Wondrous Deer. The orchestra is present with our contemporaries in the battle for victory, and the joy found in the freedom jointly won.

PFZ is there with the artists wherever their desires guide them and where they can get only through music, and they hang on there with the youth and stand on their guard along with the elderly.

PFZ has been tending the sacred fire, not forgetting about their ultimate goal: music deserves the highest quality sound. PFZ is present at each celebration, birth and farewell. It stands by the sick, the disabled and the poor. It indulges itself in the company of children, and it is there when you whisper into your dear one’s ear that you love him or love her.

PFZ is at home in the Kodály Centre, Müpa and the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. It is present in Pécs, Budapest and all over Europe, and most where music falls from heaven and where it can find you.

PFZ is with you when you’d like to rest at the end of a tiring day, wanting to recharge your batteries with inexhaustible symphonic energies, and it is also with you in the silence, in your sighs and the roaring applause.

The timbres of PFZ's concert may come to life as colourful yet transparent glass pearls in your imagination: while you walk home, they rattle on in your pockets and line your hands as treasured stones. If you look into their depth, they reflect both the past and the future: they open up new perspectives and make sure you find what you are looking for.




Singularly Universal

Friday, 29 September 2023

7.30 pm, MÜPA – Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

Singularly Universal

Béla Bartók: Dance Suite

Max Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor

Sergei Rachmaninov: Symphony No. 3

Jennifer Pike - violin

Conducted by: Leo McFall

Jennifer Pike - hegedű

Vezényel: Leo McFall

It’s been a hundred years since Bartók wrote his Dance Suite, which was the closing piece of a memorable festive concert. Our concert, however, turns this significant piece into the overture of the season. It is no coincidence as the concert will feature exclusively voluminous and passionate works, simultaneously acting as their composers' signature pieces. Even though they all belong to the universal music historical canon, each carries something solemnly powerful from their authors' national cultures and personalities.


                                         Leo McFall conductor                                      Jennifer Pike  violin artist


Three Times Three

Friday, 24 November 2023, 7.30 pm, MÜPA – Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

Ernst von Dohnányi: Festival Overture

Sergei Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor

Camille Saint-Saëns: Symphony No. 3 ″Organ″

János Balázs- piano

Conducted by: Tibor Bogányi

Three orchestras standing for three cities in a single piece, a piano concerto and a symphony, both of them No. 3. Three composers, three memorable stories, three paths to success, three great works from three different aspects: an overture written in hard times dedicated to creating festivity, a unique piano concerto, also functioning as a passport to America, and finally, a symphony, the climax of a symphonic oeuvre. The audience is welcome to enjoy three wonderful works at this concert.


 Tibor Bogányi chief conductor

Thus We Speak

Friday, 26 January 2024, 7.30 pm, MÜPA – Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

Giuseppe Verdi: The Force of Destiny – Overture

Niccolo Paganini: Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. 6

Richard Strauss: Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Barnabás Kelemen  - violin

Conducted by: Gilbert Varga

Three works by three celebrities written at the peak of their careers. Each one of them represents the reason why these three composers were admired in their own time. Verdi was the king, star and hero of 19th-century Italian opera, Paganini, on his part, was the father of the cult of the virtuoso genius, not only fascinating other violinists but also the pianist Liszt. Richard Strauss was the ″know-all″ of the turn of the century, heir not only to Wagner’s legacy but also a compass of modernism and a classic standing above all turbulences of his era. Their music will feature at this concert.


Gilbert Varga conductor


Between the Lines

Friday, 22 March 2024, 7.30 pm, MÜPA, Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

Leoš Janáček: Sinfonietta

Alexander Konstantinovich Glazunov: Saxophone Concerto

Dmitri Dmitriyevich Shostakovich: Symphony No. 12

Conducted by: Domonkos Héja

A Czech and two Russian composers. A piece dedicated to the Czechoslovakian army, an upbeat saxophone concerto and a symphony proclaiming the glory of the socialist revolution. Theoretically, they are all works of optimism, two of which were inspired by the ideologically supported obligatory and slightly forced sanctioned enthusiasm of the day. But is that all? Or is there anything more between the lines? A critical approach? Human destinies? Hope and disillusion? A message outwitting the censorship and secretly winking to the audience? The concert will tell…


Domonkos Héja conductor                                                                              Valentine Michaud saxophone artist


Alpha and Omega

Friday, 3 May 2024, 7.30 pm, MÜPA, Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 1

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9

Szabolcs Brickner - tenor

Krisztián Cser - bass

Hungarian Radio Choir (Choral director: Zoltán Pad)

Conducted by: Gérard Korsten

Plenty of composers have written symphonies in the history of music. However, there is only one whose nine (rather, the ninth) symphonies impacted it so much that for about a century, not another symphony composer could make himself independent from his influence. This genius was Beethoven, who was nearly thirty himself when he got around to writing his first symphony, and who penned that distinguished ninth, which determined the future. We can witness the outset and the final station of his symphonic path at this concert.


Gérard Korsten conductor





A Kodály Központ Jegypénztára

7622 Pécs,
Breuer Marcell sétány 4.
+36 72 500 300

Nyári nyitvatartás
2024. július 8. és 21., valamint augusztus 5. és 18. között
H–Cs: 10.00–18.00
P: 10.00–16.00
Szo–V: zárva

2024. július 16-án, július 22. és augusztus 4. között, valamint augusztus 19-én és 20-án a jegypénztár zárva tart.


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Breuer Marcell sétány 4.


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