Liszt is to piano playing what Euclid is to geometry.

Alan Walker
The New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir

6 April 2019, 19.00-21.00

Solti Hall

At home at the Liszt Academy

The New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir Presented by Liszt Academy

Cor mundum crea in me Deus

Victoria: Ave Maria
Handl: Pater noster
Rheinberger: Miserere mei
Barna Szabó: O quanta qualia
Máté Bella: Peace (to the poem by Gyula Juhász)
György Orbán: Cor mundum
Levente Gyöngyösi: Te lucis ante terminum
János Vajda: Alleluja
Hovland: Agnus Dei

New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir
Choir master: László Norbert Nemes
Featuring: György Lakatos (bassoon)

The New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir pick their ‘team’ from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music Alma Mater Choir and recently graduated students. Their main objective is to revive the tradition that István Párkai established at the Liszt Academy through the Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir. The diverse programme choice of László Norbert Nemes, who has led the New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir since September 2014, covers a range of music history eras, styles, trends and parallels. There is a performance of young Hungarian composer Máté Bella’s composition written to a poem by Gyula Juhász, as well as various spiritual works by Baroque and contemporary authors. Finally, we hear a collection of motets by contemporary Hungarian composers belonging to younger and older generations – Barna Szabó, György Orbán, Levente Gyöngyösi and János Vajda – which link past and present.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


HUF 1 200