27 May 2013 19:00, Óbudai Társaskör
Rudolf Szitka DLA concert
H-1036 Budapest, Kiskorona st 7
F. Schubert: Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D. 965
C. Debussy: I. Rhapsody
Zoltán Kovács: Dream Dances for Clarinet and Strings
J. Brahms: Clarinet Quintet op. 115
Eszter Wierdl – soprano
Hilda Hernádi – piano
Pulzus String Quartet:
János Pilz, Eszter Lesták Bedő – violin
István Raincsák – viola
Kousay Mahdi – cello
Chamber concert in the Hubay Music Hall
Jeno Hubay, the world-famous violinist, composer and teacher in 1897-98 was built his house at the Danube. On the first floor of the four-storey building is located the legendary white Music Hall. Regularly held musical, literary and artistic gatherings of more than four decades, both for its cultural highlights of expecting. In the II. World War a bomb hit the building, only the white salon and a few other rooms left standing. Then the famous music hall fell asleep for long time, only in 2008 re-opened to the public after the Victoria Hotel owners purchased and renovated. Currently belongs to the Victoria Hotel and can be aproach through the hotel's lobb
The Budapest Strings Chamber Orchestra's artists do not aim to achieve a smaller role than that after the several decades break in the Hubay Music Hall, turn back to the music life.
Haydn Festival 2012
The Budapest Strings no small task given their heads 18 years ago, than to re-energize the musical life Fertőd, in the Esterházy Palace. The goal was a music festival is held, after which a new program every year, and musical delights waiting for the music-loving audience. The 2012 year's festival is subtitled in "Haydn and the french"
. Haydn's music gives the spirit of the place, and this is complemented wish to express our respect for their anniversary, celebrating French composers, was born 150 years ago, C. Debussy has, for 75 years, died M. Ravel.
The audience during the festival can be hear world-famous soloists Jana Bouskova - harpist from the Czech Republic, Barnabas Kelemen, Katalin Kokas, Varga, Gabor, and the guests include outstanding young musicians, such as the Orion Brass Quintet, who are members of the three nations to be aggregated. (Slovak, Czech, and Hungarian)
The Molnar-C. Paul's Studio as a concert venue
This studio-museum in the building is equipped with Molnar-C Paul created over 50 years until 1931-1981. Three years after his death his daughter, Dr. Csillag Pálné Eva directed to the Ménesi steet house as a museum, where a permanent exhibition of the artist's paintings, everyday objects are on display. The villa is surrounded by green gardens to maintain an excellent venue for chamber concerts, so was born the idea that each year the Budapest Strings perform chamber concerts there, traditionally the International Haydn Festival's program which is selected based on adjusting the size of the venue. The chamber music concerts have the atmosphere of old times, when Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven's string quartets were presented also family and friends.