Music was and is an essential part of daily life in Hungary.

Sir Georg Solti
From the Tablao to the Concert Hall

15 December 2019, 11.00-13.00

Solti Hall

Liszt Kidz Academy – Dance and Music

From the Tablao to the Concert Hall Presented by Liszt Academy

For 10-15-year-olds

Works by Albéniz, de Falla, Rodrigo, Tárrega, Debussy and Ravel

Musiciens Libres (artistic director: Miklós Környei): Dávid Simon (flute), Péter Szűcs (clarinet), Bálint Mohai (bassoon), Klára Bábel (harp), Miklós Környei (guitar), Tamás Pregun (piano)
Júlia Karosi (vocals)
Dance: Zsófia Pirók
Moderator: Dániel Mona

What is music good for? The proper question should rather be, what is it not good for… We sing when happy, serenade when in love, listen to moving music when in sorrow, or join a concert when in need of replenishment. And then there’s dance! There is no dance without music, and the history of music would be poorer without dance. The autumn 2019 programme of Liszt Kidz Academy, the Liszt Academy series for young people, examines the connection between music and dance. Matinees complete with musicians and dancers reveal how dance music was transformed into classical music. The fiery ambience of Spanish flamenco bars is conjured up in this closing matinée. However, it is not only these places that are called tablao, but the very floorboards on which the shoes of dancers clack with such virtuosity. One thing’s guaranteed: nobody will remain seated in the Musiciens Libres and Júlia Karosi finale.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


HUF 1 900