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
Diploma Reboot – selection of cancelled diploma concerts of the folk music department

22 November 2022, 19.00-22.00

Solti Hall

Workshops at the Liszt Academy

Diploma Reboot – selection of cancelled diploma concerts of the folk music department Presented by Liszt Academy

Moldvai kavalos dallamok
László Szlama (cobza), Klára Dudás (zither), Tamás Smuk (tapan)
Melodies from Röszke from the repertoire of Imre Magda 
Klára Dudás (zither)
Folk songs from Magyarózd
Zsuzsanna Zsikó (vocals), Klára Dudás (vocals), Szabolcs Szilágyi (violin), Ábel Brassai (viola), András Valjer (double bass)
Serbian dance melodies
Klára Dudás (zither), Lili Gersy (zither), Bálint Horváth (tambura viola), Attila Buzás (tambura double bass)
Setting up – Melodies from Nyárád region
Jázmin Takács-Nagy (vocals), Vince Solymosi (cimbalom), Péter Gólya (viola)
Home guide – Variations from Ormánság region
Jázmin Takács-Nagy (vocals), Zoltán Gárgyán (recorder)
Connections – 'Bizonytalan voltát…' – Renaissance lute pieces and folk songs
Jázmin Takács-Nagy (vocals, zihter), Anna Kollár-Apró (cobza)
Screenshot – Ucranian polyphonic songs 
Jázmin Takács-Nagy (vocals), Afrodité Radisz (vocals), Fruzsina Hódi (vocals), Branka Básits (vocals), Bori Sasvári (vocals)
Arrival – Melodies from Moldva
Jázmin Takács-Nagy (folk plucked string instruments, Folk singing programme)
Lilla Szepesi (recorder), Panna Szentimrey (recorder), Gyöngyvér Cseke  (violin), Jázmin Takács-Nagy (vocals), Anna Kollár Apró (cobza), Bálint Lakat (tapan)

intermission

Ballad of the Mountain Thief of Gyimes and slow magyaros
Fatima Szalai (vocals), Pál Danhauser (violin), Éva Fábián (gardon)
Songs from Zobor region 
Fatima Szalai (vocals), Máté Bendegúz Avas (pipe)
Singing fairy-tale of King Mattias
Fatima Szalai (vocals), László Szlama (cobza)
Széki négyes and lassú
Fatima Szalai (vocals), Pál Danhauser (violin), László Domonkos Bálint (viola), Máté Tóth (double bass)
110 years after Béla Bartók – Szamicajáték Milan Markovic játékából
Horváth Bálint (tambura, vocals)
Dance melodies from Šumadija
Ákos Havasi (prímtambura), Ádám Havasi (tambura double bass), Erik Hegedüs, Máté Vargovics (bassprímtambura), Bálint Horváth (violatambura)
Kaj - Croatian folk songs
Alexandra Berta (zither), Bálint Horváth (tambura, vocals)
Pipe melodies from Dráva region
Dávid Király (pipe, vocals), Bálint Horváth (tambura, vocals)
Malo Kolo
Bálint Horváth (zither, vocals)
Virág Pirbus (violin), Ákos Havasi (prímtambura), Ádám Havasi (tambura double bass), Erik Hegedüs, Máté Vargovics (bassprímtambura), Bálint Horváth (violatambura)

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets:

Admission to the concert is free. Tickets can be claimed at the website and at the Ticket Office of the Liszt Academy one month before the concert.