The most important class, however, for me and for hundreds of other Hungarian musicians, was the chamber-music class. From about the age of fourteen, and until graduation from the Academy, all instrumentalists except the heavy-brass players and percussionists had to participate in this course. Presiding over it for many years was the composer Leó Weiner, who thus exercised an enormous influence on three generations of Hungarian musicians.

Sir Georg Solti

1 January 2022, 18.00-20.00

Grand Hall


Concert of the Radio Orchestra & the Liszt Academy

Erkel: Festive Overture
Beethoven: Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. 2 in F major, Op. 50
Weiner: Hungarian Folk Dances – Suite, Op. 18 – 4. Presto
Erkel: Bánk bán – Czardas
Saint-Saëns: Allegro appassionato, Op.43
Dvořák: Slavonic Dance No. 8, Op. 46/8
Erkel: Hunyadi László – Palotas
Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, BB 76
Rossini: Introduction, Theme and Variations
Liszt-Doppler: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3

Zsombor Eszenyi (clarinet), Marley Erickson (violin), Flóra Matuska (cello)
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Ádám Medveczky

In the past two years, music lovers have been able to launch the New Year in style at a joint concert by the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Liszt Academy on the evening of 1 January. The concerts, broadcast by public service TV and radio stations, featured popular works of music under the batons of Hungary’s top conductors. First, Tamás Vásáry, then János Kovács conducted the ensemble and gifted young artists of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. Things will be no different this year: on the first day of 2022, a bouquet of rousing melodies is performed under the direction of Ádám Medveczky, Kossuth Prize conductor (and teacher at the Liszt Academy) with the entire concert once again being broadcast by public service stations.

Presented by

Hungarian Radio Art Groups, Liszt Academy Concert Centre


Liszt Academy Foundation


HUF 5 000, 8 000, 10 000, 12 000