For six years, I received the most significant part of my formal musical education at the Liszt Academy.

Sir Georg Solti
Budapest Festival Orchestra

5 November 2021, 19.45-22.00

Grand Hall

Budapest Festival Orchestra

Haydn: Symphony No. 22 in E-flat major, Hob. I:22 (‘The Philosopher’)
Mozart: Adagio in E major for Violin and Orchestra, K. 261
Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 1 in B-flat major, K. 207


Mozart: Der Schauspieldirektor (The Impresario), K. 486 – Overture
Mozart: Symphony No. 34 in C major, K. 338

Alexandra Conunova (violin)
Budapest Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Gábor Takács-Nagy

Smash hits of the 60s, 70s and 80s! No, we’re not talking about pop radio but the latest concert in the Haydn-Mozart series by Gábor Takács-Nagy and Festival Orchestra. After all, when the conductor famed for his precision and radiant enthusiasm takes his place at the head of BFZ, even the least frequently performed works by the two Viennese gentlemen become unforgettable hits. Haydn’s unparalleled symphony is followed by a most varied Mozart bloc. An alternative slow movement for the final violin concerto and the first Mozart piece written for violin and orchestra are performed by Moldovan violinist Alexandra Conunova, praised by Strad for her “impressive range of colour.” The concert closes with the overture to the “comedy with music” and the symphony extracting the most from the brilliance of the C major key.

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Budapest Festival Orchestra


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