...a country (Hungary) whose population, even today, is barely over ten million has produced so many musicians and so much outstanding music. I am grateful for having been born and trained there.

Sir Georg Solti
String Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra of the Bartók Conservatoire on the Podium

19 June 2024, 19.30-22.00

Grand Hall

Konzi Concerts

String Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra of the Bartók Conservatoire on the Podium Presented by Liszt Academy

Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, K. 218
Lili Júlia Kovács (violin)
Bartók Conservatoire String Orchestra
Conductor: Zoltán Tuska 
INTERMISSION
Winning piece of the Bartók Conservatoire's Composition Competition for Orchestral Composers
Ravel: Bolero
Bartók Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Ilona Dobszay-Meskó 

Following his nineteenth birthday, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed five violin concertos within the span of twelve months. In his Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, the solo instrument is assigned a prominent role compared to his earlier concert works. The solo part is characterized by melodiousness, smoothly consistent melodic arcs, and balanced rhythm. The solo will be performed by Lili Júlia Kovács, a second-year student of the Bartók Conservatoire at the institution’s summer season-closing concert. The Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music’s Bartók Béla Secondary School of Music has announced a composition contest for its students specializing in composition, with the aim of having the winning piece performed in an orchestral arrangement. The ensemble of the Bartók Conservatoire is pleased to provide a platform for the students’ compositions while also supporting the soloists of the future. Students studying voice at the institution consistently achieve success in national competitions and on television contests. On this evening, they too will take the stage alongside the orchestra. They will perform a well-known classic duet from Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flute” as well as excerpts from the two most popular operas of the French Romantic composer, Georges Bizet. The young musicians will conclude their concert with popular hits: although the name Leroy Anderson, a notable composer of 20th-century symphonic light music, may be unfamiliar to some, Hollywood also favored the composer, who, aside from his musical creations, researched Scandinavian languages.

We offer an independent discount scheme for the concerts organized by the Liszt Academy. The discounts available are:

10% discount for the simultaneous purchase of tickets for two different concerts;

15% discount for the simultaneous purchase of tickets for three different concerts;

20% discount on the total purchase price if you buy tickets for four or more different concerts at the same time.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets:

HUF 2 800

Concert series:

Konzi Concerts

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