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Konyha & Bach

Musical Dissection

Festival Theatre
  • Produced by Müpa Budapest
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A true chef is capable of producing a special meal from even the most conventional ingredients: we recommend the first Musical Dissection show for everybody, not just gourmets. The 'partner' for the band Konyha (Kitchen), who primarily revel in eclectic rock music, is none other than the number one Baroque maestro, Johann Sebastian Bach. In this friendly encounter, complete with expert explanations, you can find out how, deep down, surprisingly similar ingredients are to be found in some extremely diverse musical landscapes. True fusion cooking, Müpa Budapest style!

Pop music can also be serious, and classical music is not necessarily heavy-going. The Musical Dissection series is built around this premise. Whatever your age, attentive listening is the key to understanding music. The host Gergely Fazekas will inform the listener about what kind of parallels and similarities there are between Bach's music and hit rock songs. To help him in his feat will be the band Konyha, featuring the singer and guitarist Mátyás Szepesi, bass guitarist Attila Herr and drummer Márk Badics. Konyha, who were formed in 2010, play dynamic concerts that have found acclaim on the stages of festivals and beyond. Százszor visszajátszott (Replayed 100 Times), the biggest song from their fourth album, Álomból Vár (Castle from a Dream) will be played on this occasion, too. Now, the link between Bach's Violin Sonata in E major, which he wrote in his pre-Leipzig years, and this song will no longer remain a secret. Csongor Korossy-Khayll has been playing the violin since he was eight years old, and is currently studying under Katalin Kokas in the Liszt Academy. Over the last decade, he has regularly appeared in prestigious Hungarian and international competitions, collecting numerous awards in the process.

Presented by: Müpa Budapest

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  • violin
    Csongor Korossy-Khayll
  • harpsichord
    Gergely Fazekas
  • Mátyás Szepesi and the Konyha band

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