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Stars in the Studio series / 3

Shostakovich and Enescu were both 19 years old when they tested their talent in a genre in which the 16-year-old Mendelssohn had written an outstanding, exemplary piece. His influence is unmistakable, particularly in Enescu's composition. The "youngest" work in the concert, Stravinsky's Octet for winds, is indirectly related to Mendelssohn's; he said himself once: "The Octet began with a dream, in which I saw myself in a small room surrounded by a small group of instrumentalists playing some attractive music. I didn't recognize the music, though I listened attentively, and I could not recall any of it the next day, but I remember how curious I was in my dream: how many musicians were there. I also remember that I counted them, there were eight, then I looked again, and saw they were playing on the bassoon, trombone, trumpet, flute and clarinet. I awoke from this little concert in a state of great delight and anticipation and the next morning began to compose."

Hungarian Radio Studio 6 2019-03-11 19:30:00

Shostakovich and Enescu were both 19 years old when they tested their talent in a genre in which the 16-year-old Mendelssohn had written an outstanding, exemplary piece. His influence is unmistakable, particularly in Enescu's composition. The "youngest" work in the concert, Stravinsky's Octet for winds, is indirectly related to Mendelssohn's; he said himself once: "The Octet began with a dream, in which I saw myself in a small room surrounded by a small group of instrumentalists playing some attractive music. I didn't recognize the music, though I listened attentively, and I could not recall any of it the next day, but I remember how curious I was in my dream: how many musicians were there. I also remember that I counted them, there were eight, then I looked again, and saw they were playing on the bassoon, trombone, trumpet, flute and clarinet. I awoke from this little concert in a state of great delight and anticipation and the next morning began to compose."

“Octagon”

Enescu: Octet
Stravinsky: Octet
Shostakovich: Octet

Conductor: Máté Hámori

Featuring
soloists of the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra

Ticket prices: Ft 2,500

Series: Stars in the studio series

With the exception of the Studio secrets, concert tickets are available with a 20 % discount for students and retired senior citizens, forpeople living with disabilities there is a flat price of Ft 800.

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