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Tambuco Percussion Ensemble 
Photographer: Jesús Cornejo
Tambuco Percussion Ensemble
Percussion Day
Liszt Academy — Solti Hall
5th April, 2020 12.30 pm

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Ticket prices

1500 Ft

Héctor Infanzón: El Devenir de la Noche
Raúl Tudón: Soundscape I – Hungarian premiere
Leopoldo Novoa: ¿Sábe cómo e’?
Ravel: String Quartet in F major – 2nd movement, Assez vif – très rythmé (arranged by Tambuco Percussion Ensemble)
Paul Barker: Stone Song, Stone Dance
José Luis Castillo: Estudio Geométrico – Hungarian premiere

The members of the percussion group: Ricardo Gallardo, Alfredo Bringas, Raúl Tudón, Miguel González
Artistic director: Ricardo Gallardo

Formed in 1993 by Ricardo Gallardo, Alfredo Bringas, Raúl Tudón and Miguel González, the Mexican quartet is one of the best ensembles of chamber music for percussion. They have garnered four Grammy nominations, including one for best classical recording of the year. They are equally at home in the modern and the contemporary repertoire, as well as in traditional percussion music.
Giving concerts on five continents, Tambuco Percussion Ensemble has played at such famous concert halls and festivals as New York’s Lincoln Center, Washington’s Kennedy Center, the Barbican in London, the French Radio Festival in Paris and the Queensland Music Festival in Australia.
They often appear in concert with soloists (Keiko Abe, Stewart Copeland), chamber ensembles (Kronos Quartet, The Michael Nyman Band) and symphonic orchestras (Orchestre Philharmonique de Montpellier, Orquesta Fiqua).

This concert of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest.

Liszt Academy
1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8.

Tambuco Percussion Ensemble
Percussion Day

Tambuco Percussion Ensemble 
Photographer: Jesús Cornejo

Héctor Infanzón: El Devenir de la Noche
Raúl Tudón: Soundscape I – Hungarian premiere
Leopoldo Novoa: ¿Sábe cómo e’?
Ravel: String Quartet in F major – 2nd movement, Assez vif – très rythmé (arranged by Tambuco Percussion Ensemble)
Paul Barker: Stone Song, Stone Dance
José Luis Castillo: Estudio Geométrico – Hungarian premiere

The members of the percussion group: Ricardo Gallardo, Alfredo Bringas, Raúl Tudón, Miguel González
Artistic director: Ricardo Gallardo

Formed in 1993 by Ricardo Gallardo, Alfredo Bringas, Raúl Tudón and Miguel González, the Mexican quartet is one of the best ensembles of chamber music for percussion. They have garnered four Grammy nominations, including one for best classical recording of the year. They are equally at home in the modern and the contemporary repertoire, as well as in traditional percussion music.
Giving concerts on five continents, Tambuco Percussion Ensemble has played at such famous concert halls and festivals as New York’s Lincoln Center, Washington’s Kennedy Center, the Barbican in London, the French Radio Festival in Paris and the Queensland Music Festival in Australia.
They often appear in concert with soloists (Keiko Abe, Stewart Copeland), chamber ensembles (Kronos Quartet, The Michael Nyman Band) and symphonic orchestras (Orchestre Philharmonique de Montpellier, Orquesta Fiqua).

This concert of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest.

Liszt Academy — Solti Hall
5th April, 2020 12.30 pm

#cancelled

event Youtube

Ticket prices

1500 Ft

Liszt Academy
1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8.

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