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Marcell Szabó 
Photographer: Misi Kondella Photography
Marcell Szabó’s Piano Recital
Images of France and Russia
Pesti Vigadó — Ceremonial Hall
4th April, 2020 7.30 pm

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Debussy: Images, Vol. I, L. 110
Debussy: Children’s Corner, L. 113
Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition

Marcell Szabó presents characteristic situations and genre scenes at his piano recital, the works by Mussorgsky and Debussy will become points of departure for audio-visual associations in the strictest sense of the word.
Marcell Szabó was a student of György Nádor and András Kemenes at the Liszt Academy, where he received his diploma in 2012. An awardee of the Junior Prima Prize and the Fischer Annie Scholarship, the artist took part at international competitions with great success: in 2014, he won the first prize of the International Béla Bartók Piano Competition in Szeged, along with the contemporary music prize and the orchestra’s special prize; the third prize at the International Delia Steinberg Piano Competition in Madrid; and the first prize and the special prize at the Île-de-France International Piano Competition.
In 2018 he launched the Russian Music Festival, of which he is artistic director. In 2019 he was awarded the Talent Prize of the Cziffra Festival. In recent years he has given concerts at such venues as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Vienna Konzerthaus, Birmingham’s Town Hall, the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, and the Musikfestspiele in Dresden.

This concert of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre.

Pesti Vigadó
1051 Budapest, Vigadó tér 2.

Marcell Szabó’s Piano Recital
Images of France and Russia

Marcell Szabó 
Photographer: Misi Kondella Photography

Debussy: Images, Vol. I, L. 110
Debussy: Children’s Corner, L. 113
Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition

Marcell Szabó presents characteristic situations and genre scenes at his piano recital, the works by Mussorgsky and Debussy will become points of departure for audio-visual associations in the strictest sense of the word.
Marcell Szabó was a student of György Nádor and András Kemenes at the Liszt Academy, where he received his diploma in 2012. An awardee of the Junior Prima Prize and the Fischer Annie Scholarship, the artist took part at international competitions with great success: in 2014, he won the first prize of the International Béla Bartók Piano Competition in Szeged, along with the contemporary music prize and the orchestra’s special prize; the third prize at the International Delia Steinberg Piano Competition in Madrid; and the first prize and the special prize at the Île-de-France International Piano Competition.
In 2018 he launched the Russian Music Festival, of which he is artistic director. In 2019 he was awarded the Talent Prize of the Cziffra Festival. In recent years he has given concerts at such venues as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Vienna Konzerthaus, Birmingham’s Town Hall, the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, and the Musikfestspiele in Dresden.

This concert of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre.

Pesti Vigadó — Ceremonial Hall
4th April, 2020 7.30 pm

#cancelled

event

Ticket prices

2000 Ft | 2800 Ft

Pesti Vigadó
1051 Budapest, Vigadó tér 2.

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