classical music, opera, theatre

Teachers and Students: The Virtuosos of Virtuosos with Plácido Domingo

one interval
Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

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The unique television talent search and management programme Virtuózok (Virtuosos) has been running with unflagging popularity for ten years now. In that time, it has evolved into an internationally recognised and respected series dedicated to discovering and supporting young classical musicians. Part of this mission involves providing opportunities for young artists to perform in leading concert halls. Joining the young musicians on stage for this occasion will be the mentors and jury members who appeared alongside them on Virtuosos.

It is the constant objective of Virtuózok to seek out talent, help develop it, and to promote both classical music education and Hungary's cultural and musical treasures all over the world. The programme's most important undertaking is to provide gifted young artists with training and opportunities to perform, both in Hungary and abroad.
Among the soloists scheduled for the May gala concert at Müpa Budapest are present and former jury members and award-winners of the Virtuózok programme, including cellist István Várdai and his student Endre Stéger, opera singer Erika Miklósa, the young violinists Amira and Mariam Abouzahra, sisters who have won the Virtuózok grand prize and special prize, respectively, and pianist János Balázs along with two new discoveries of the talent-search show: 12-year-old Ádám Balogh and his 11-year-old brother Máté. We will also get to hear clarinettist Csaba Klenyán play alongside his two-time Virtuózok champion student Dániel Ali Lugosi. Another pair of siblings appearing tonight are the brother and sister duo of Evelin and Valerij Greblo: the eleven- and nine-year old Slovenian harpists took special prizes at Virtuózok V4+. Fifteen-year-old violinist Teo Gertler won the grand prize at Virtuózok V4+ 2023. The night's special guest star will be Plácido Domingo, with Concerto Budapest serving as the orchestra under the baton of András Keller.

Presented by: Művészeti Szilícium Völgy Kft.


  • András Keller
  • violin
    András Keller
    Amira Abouzahra
    Mariam Abouzahra
    Teo Gertler
  • cello
    István Várdai, Endre Stéger
  • clarinet
    Csaba Klenyán, Dániel Ali Lugosi
  • voice
    Erika Miklósa
  • harp
    Evelin Greblo, Valerij Greblo
  • piano
    János Balázs, Ádám Balogh, Máté Balogh
  • Concerto Budapest
  • voice
    Plácido Domingo

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