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Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

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The Pannon Philharmonic's concert season this year resounds with exuberance over the beauties of human existence, human perseverance and respect for life. Nearly every concert offers a chance to encounter an emblematic luminary and a special composition from music history. Novelty and permanence supplement each other to make the season a complete one.

The first concert in the season subscription opens with Franz Liszt's symphonic poem Prometheus. Just as Prometheus brought fire to humankind, Liszt attempts to open up new dimensions through music. This will be followed by Sergei Prokofiev's first violin concerto. Dating from 1917, the work was initially driven off the stage first by the Russian Revolution and then by a Paris audience intent on modernism. Eventually, it would be the devoted efforts of the Hungarian violinist József Szigeti that led to its later popularity alongside its counterparts. This piece, Romantic in tone, will be followed by what is in essence another violin concerto, this one by the young and tragically short-lived French Romantic Ernest Chausson: his Poème, conceived for violin and orchestra. His music is novelistic, pensive and poetic. Closing the concert will be the same composer's Symphony in B-flat major. It is very likely that upon listening to these two works of Chausson's, audience members will look forward to hearing more of his music in future.

Presented by: Pannon Philharmonic


  • Tibor Bogányi
  • violin
    Alissa Margulis
  • Pannon Philharmonic

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