The Distinctiveness of Harmony
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Beethoven and Brahms. Although the latter tried to avoid being compared to the former, both the 19th century and posterity drew a parallel between these two serious German bachelors, pianist-composers who thought in monumental terms. Tonight will serve as another opportunity to hear works of theirs together.
Reflecting the coronavirus situation that is on everyone's mind, the ensemble wishes to showcase both Hungarian soloists and Hungarian composers to our Hungarian audience, as well as to convey protection of and respect for our own values and national treasures. Taking the stage at the first Budapest concert of the season will be pianist József Balog, along with conductor Gilbert Varga. The resident ensemble of the Kodály Centre in the city of Pécs is also communicating to the Müpa Budapest the fact that while humanity has suffered numerous cataclysms over the past centuries, symphony orchestras have always survived even in the periods of greatest crisis.
Presented by: Pannon Philharmonic
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