Budapest Spring Festival — #thisismyplace
Ütős lesz: közel 10 órányi ritmus – marimbák, pergődobok, timpanik
14th February, 2020
Ütős lesz: közel 10 órányi ritmus – marimbák, pergődobok, timpanik

Hogy szólnak Pat Metheny művei vibrafonon és marimbán? Hogy mutat egy tucat üstdob a Zeneakadémia színpadának előterében? Valóban komoly-e az ütőhangszerekre írt komolyzene, és mi a titka a...

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Baroque Modification
Kiscelli Múzeum — Templomtér
10th April, 2020 7.30 pm
Baroque Modification

The baroque violin meets digital technology and laser. Iskandar Widjaja, a charismatic violinist, and Bernhard Rasinger, an Austrian musician and visual artist make masterpieces of the baroque period visible by means of devices developed for the...

#chamber concerts

6th November, 2019
Add a dash of culture to your spring – in 2020 the 40th Budapest Spring Festival celebrates its anniversary with a special programme, a new look and world stars

Philippe Herreweghe and the Collegium Vocale Gent, György Kurtág, Kristine Opolais, Lawrence Brownlee, the Ballet Company of Győr and Félix Lajkó, Sergei Nakariakov and the Dohnányi Orchestra...

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Krisztián Oláh: Parallel Reflections
Liszt Academy — Solti Hall
14th April, 2020 7.30 pm
Krisztián Oláh: Parallel Reflections

Young as he is, pianist Krisztián Oláh is a key figure of the Hungarian jazz scene. He was only twenty when he finished third at the 2015 Montreux Jazz Festival. During the two-week academic programme that followed, he appeared in concert with such...

#jazz

Makoto Ozone (piano) and Richárd Szaniszló (vibraphone) in Concert
Liszt Academy — Solti Hall
5th April, 2020 6.15 pm
Makoto Ozone (piano) and Richárd Szaniszló (vibraphone) in Concert

Richárd Szaniszló, whose principal instrument is the vibraphone, completed his studies in Szeged in 2000. Ever since he started playing he has been interested in contemporary music and jazz, and while still a student, he wrote compositions that...

#chamber concerts

Beethoven ötször: a 250 éve született zseni műveivel fesztiválozhatunk
27th January, 2020
Beethoven ötször: a 250 éve született zseni műveivel fesztiválozhatunk

Ahogy azt a Budapesti Tavaszi Fesztivál visszatérő közönsége már jól tudja, az eseménysorozat keretében mindig kiemelt szerepet kapnak Liszt Ferenc művei, ezúttal azonban a 250 évvel ezelőtt...

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4 koncert, amiért tavasszal érdemes lesz az A38-ra látogatni
24th January, 2020
4 koncert, amiért tavasszal érdemes lesz az A38-ra látogatni

Az online zenei színtér egyik legnagyobb holland sztárja, egy eklektikus zenét játszó, energikus csapat New Orleansból, egy izgalmas hangszer, amely ebben az évezredben született, valamint a hazai...

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Akram Khan Company: Chotto Xenos
Müpa Budapest — Festival Theatre
18th April, 2020 6.00 pm
Akram Khan Company: Chotto Xenos

A young man finds curious things in an old box. He has known little about his grandfather’s experiences during World War One, and now he starts to form a new view of the past, his own identity and the ceaseless struggles of humanity. Says...

#dance

PONT Festival
Várkert Bazár
12th April, 2020 11.00 am
PONT Festival

With interactive events and unique stage productions, PONT Festival 2020 introduces the special traditions of Georgia and Armenia. Visitors can learn about the Georgian alphabet and calligraphy, a UNESCO-listed cultural heritage. The Shoghaken Folk...

#folk music, folk dance

The Orfeo Orchestra and the Purcell Choir
St Stephen's Basilica
17th April, 2020 8.00 pm
The Orfeo Orchestra and the Purcell Choir

An emblematic work of European culture, Bach’s Mass in B minor is a grandiose and enigmatic work, with a host of secrets in every bar. Its dimensions are comparable to those of the St Matthew Passion, and György Vashegyi thinks “it is...

#church concerts