The training I received at the Academy was difficult and at times harsh, but those who survived the experience emerged as real musicians.

Sir Georg Solti
Barnabás Kelemen & Arcangelo

30 September 2021, 19.30-22.00

Grand Hall

Pure Baroque

Barnabás Kelemen & Arcangelo Presented by Liszt Academy

Corelli: Concerto Grosso in B-flat major, Op. 6/11
M. Haydn: Violin Concerto in G major
Biber: Battalia à 10


Telemann: Ouverture–Suite in G major, TWV 55:G10 (ʻBurlesque de Quixotte’)
Leclair: Violin Concerto in G minor, Op. 10/6

Barnabás Kelemen (violin)
Arcangelo (artistic director: Jonathan Cohen)

Jonathan Cohen founded Arcangelo early music ensemble in 2010 with the objective of performing – using a chamber music approach – masterpieces of the period spanning the years from Monteverdi to Beethoven. Their Budapest programme promises to be a real journey through time and space. First, they perform a concerto by their namesake Arcangelo Corelli who worked in Rome, then they carry us off to Salzburg: the 10-part Battalia sonata by Biber from the second half of the 17th century originated in this Austrian city, as did the ‘younger’ Haydn’s G major violin concerto dating from a century later. After the intermission, we shift across to West Europe: after the suite by German Telemann with Spanish theme, the French Leclair’s violin concerto with Italian overtones is performed by Barnabás Kelemen, who displays his skills in the Baroque and classical repertoire.  

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


HUF 4 600, 5 900, 7 400, 9 900