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Gábor Boldoczki and László Fassang Trumpet & Organ Recital

9 February 2019, 19.30-21.30

Grand Hall

Organ Inauguration

Gábor Boldoczki and László Fassang Trumpet & Organ Recital Presented by Liszt Academy

G. B. Martini: Toccata in D major (arrangement by Marie-Claire Alain)
Albinoni: Sonata in C major (transcription for trumpet and organ)
J. S. Bach: Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582 
Purcell: The Fairy-Queen – suite (arrangement by László Fassang)


Fauré: Aprés un rêve (arrangement by László Fassang)
Enescu: Légende (arrangement by László Fassang)
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz No. 1 (arrangement by László Fassang)
Händel: Suite in D major for trumpet and orchestra, HWV 341 (arrangement by László Fassang)

Gábor Boldoczki (trumpet), László Fassang (organ)

A perfect pairing. This is true as much for the instruments as for the artists. Gábor Boldoczki and László Fassang are both performers acknowledged at international level, who have proved on numerous occasions that playing together is in their blood. Their playing is the occasion for joyous music; technically, neither artist is challenged, so in making music together they are able to concentrate on carefree enjoyment even in the most demanding of pieces, thereby extending uplifting moments to audiences. The organ-trumpet pairing is mainly to be heard in Baroque works, thus compositions by 17-18th century composers are in the majority. Romanticism is represented in this concert by Liszt and Fauré, the 20th century by Enescu, whose Légende dates from the same time as the building of the Liszt Academy organ. Both halves of the concert wind up with complete dance suites, but the arrangements promise to be real points of interest, while the programme is further enlivened with improvizations. The whole experience is enhanced by the fact that we can once again revel in the sounds of the fully restored organ of the Liszt Academy, which is 110 years old.

The concert is followed by CODA – which is an informal conversation with the performers.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


HUF 1 400, 2 100, 3 500, 4 900, 5 600