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Dohnányi Season ticket / 1

Shakespeare's works always contain the "passion, emotion, pathos and variety, which are the indispensible requirements for a good libretto" said Benjamin Britten. If we listen to one of his most successful, exciting stage works, the opera A Midsummer Night's Dream, we have to admit he was right. To hear how the same comic material inspired Henry Purcell, listen to the Fairy-Queen, a piece of a very different genre. Dame Emma Kirkby, Howard Williams, and others will ensure the stylistic performance of the music of this matchless genius of the English Baroque.

Sapszon Season ticket / 1

The high music closely linked to the Christian liturgy and religious poetry over the millenium is inestimably rich in Magnificats, Stabat Maters, De profudises, and Vespers, and with time these all appeared outside the church too, in secular concerts. Hungarian composers of the 20th and 21st centuries are also fond of drawing on these old texts, in which they are able to look back over a highly varied tradition stretching from Gregorian chant to folksong. For instance, Zsolt Serei and Péter Zombola were inspired by medieval melodies, while András Szőllősy's staggering Stabat mater takes its inspiration from folk laments.

Sapszon Season ticket / 2

The church of Notre-Dame in Paris was one of the most important sites of music history in the 12th century. Eight centuries later, what kind of music did its ancient walls inspire? Many consider Louis Vierne's mass for choir and two organs to be the pinnacle of the genre of the Romantic organ mass. Written in 1899, it was premiered a few years later by the composer and Charles-Maria Widor. In order to perform it in churches where two organs are not available, Zsigmond Szathmáry was recently commissioned to arrange the work for one. The first half of the concert features two new pieces, first a piece by Yves Castagnet (1964), appointed organist to Notre-Dame in 1988, and then a magically atmospheric Magnificat for organ and vocal soloists by Jean-Charles Gandrille (1982).

Anno Sacri Season ticket / 4

The pieces in this fourth concert in the Anno Sacri concert are closely linked in terms of their original function. Telemann's cantata was written for the second Sunday in Advent, Christen, ätzet diesen Tag for the first day of Christmas (25 December), and Dazu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes for the second day of Christmas (26 December). Of special interest is the Cantata No. 63 written in 1713, which was probably premiered in the Liebfrauenkirche in Halle as part of a solemn act of worship, and it seems that Bach was pleased with the piece, because he had it performed again in Leipzig ten years later.

Dohnányi Season ticket / 6

The Roman-born conductor and composer in his mid-thirties, Sesto Quatrini is one of the most impulsive conductors of our time, of whom stars such as Roberto Alagna and Elina Garanča speak with delight. According to the world-famous conductor Fabio Luisi, he has every ability necessary to create a relationship between the singers, the orchestral musicians and the stage director, so it is no accident that his career as an opera conductor has soared in recent years. In this concert in the Music Academy, alongside compositions by Italian composers he will conduct the Ravel G major concerto, in which the soloist is Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, a great authority and specialist in the art of Ravel.

Vásáry Season ticket – Beethoven cycle 2/4

A symphony whose manuscript UNESCO declared part of world heritage (together with James Cook's nautical journal and the 180,000-piece papyrus collection of the Austrian National Library): an opera overture which in the last hundred years has been played in the middle of the second act and, according to Bence Szabolcsi, "more perfectly models and states the message of the opera than the opera itself." Pieces of great import, tokens of things to come, which perfect and problematic as they are, had a fundamental effect on the musical thinking of the following two hundred years. Enormous question marks, which make them eminently suitable to close a cycle dedicated to the music of Beethoven.


Mendelssohn: Am Karfreitag, op. 79 No. 6 Schütz: Musikalische Exequien – II. Herr, wenn ich nur dich habe, SWV 280 – III. Herr, nun lässest du deinen Diener in Frieden fahren, SWV 281 Reger: Der Mensch lebt und bestehet nur eine kleine Zeit, op. 138 No. 1 Beischer-Matyó Tamás: Psalmus 6 Zombola Péter: Omnia tempus habent Fekete Gyula: Éjféli könyörgés Brahms: Drei Motetten, op. 110 Mendelssohn: Mitten wir im Leben sind, op. 23 No. 3 Vezényel: Pad Zoltán Rendező: Madách Imre Művelődési Központ, Vác


A Húsvétot megelőző nagyböjt az önvizsgálat, a bűnbánat, az önmegtagadás, a belső megtisztulás, a halálról való elmélkedés időszaka. A „a hívők gyülekezete évről-évre a megtisztult lélek örömével várja Húsvét szent titkának ünnepét”. Nem a gyászra, hanem az isteni idő eljövetelére készülődünk: Omnia tempus habent – Mindennek megvan az órája… van ideje a születésnek és a halálnak. Ezekben a hetekben a templomokban dísztelenebb a liturgia, az oltárra nem helyeznek virágot, a hangszerek elhallgatnak, s az orgona is csak az ének kíséretére szorítkozik. A Magyar Rádió Énekkarának hangversenyén felcsendülő valamennyi mű a csendes elmélyülés jegyében fogant.


Műsor: Arvo Pärt: Bogoroditse Devo, Zwei slawische Psalmen, Nunc dimittis, Für Alina, Variationen zur Gesundung von Arinuschka, Dopo la vittoria Zombola Péter: Omnia tempus habent, Psalm 23, Otche nas Közreműködik: Magyar Rádió Énekkara és Zombola Péter (zongora) Vezényel: Pad Zoltán Helyszín: PIARISTA KÁPOLNA, 1052 Budapest, Piarista utca 1. (volt Pesti Barnabás utca 1.) Bejárat a Piarista Gimnázium főbejárata felől Jegyárak: 1500 FT / 1000 FT* * Kedvezményes jegyár az Építész és Mérnök Kamara tagjainak, diákoknak, nyugdíjasoknak, pedagógusoknak és fogyatékkal élőknek. Jegyvásárlás: kizárólag elővételben a FUGÁban (Budapesti Építészeti Központ, 1052 Budapest Petőfi Sándor utca 5.) . Nyitva: minden nap 10 és