Liszt is to piano playing what Euclid is to geometry.

Alan Walker
Angelica Girls' Choir

20 December 2022, 18.00-20.00

Grand Hall

Angelica Girls' Choir

And on earth peace to men of goodwill - Christmas of peace

Kodály: Angyalok és Pásztorok (The Angels and the Shepherds)
Aleksandar S. Vujic: Mi Atyánk
Beicher-Matyó Tamás: Agnus Dei
Boksay János: Mi Atyánk
Bárdos: Boldogasszony
Kocsár Miklós: Öregisten, Nagyisten - Jókai Anna verssoraira
Szent Efrém Férfikar, Magyar Valentin (piano)
Liszt: Dante Symphony – Magnificat
Eri Yamamoto, Magyar Valentin (piano)

INTERMISSION

Franck: Mass in A-flat major, Op. 12 - Panis Angelicus
Wolters: O Du Fröchliche (Prelude és kíséret: Alexandr Winterberger)
Adam: Cantique de Noël
John Rutter: Anger's Carol
Vigh Andrea (harp), Horváth István (tenor)
Reger: Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her - karácsonyi chorale cantata
Székely Anna Lilla, Cseri Kristóf (violin), Mészáros Zsolt Máté (organ), Szent Efrém férfikar (choirmaster: Bubnó Tamás)

Angelica Girls' Choir (choirmaster: Zsuzsanna Gráf)

The Hungarian Heritage Award-winning, Junior Prima and Prima Award-winning Angelica Girls’ Choir conducted by Zsuzsanna Gráf is preparing a true, unadulterated Christmas concert in a genuine festive atmosphere. Their programme includes musical specialities related to the holiday season: works by Zoltán Kodály, Miklós Kocsár, Lajos Bárdos, Max Reger, Ferenc Liszt and Christmas music from Hungary and other nations. The concert will feature performances by outstanding artists such as Andrea Vigh (harp), Zsolt Máté Mészáros (organ), István Horváth (tenor), Eri Yamamoto and Valentin Magyar (piano) and the Saint Ephraim Male Choir.

Presented by

Angelica Girls' Choir Foundation

Tickets:

HUF 2 800, 4 900