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Read more: Az I Musici di Roma hangversenye a Nyári SzínházbanThe orchestra in its 65th year today still represents the same world class that was expressed by the conductor, Toscanini when listening to them: “no! la musica non muore” (“no! music will not die”). Composers like Nino Rota, Valentino Bucchi or Ennio Morricone have dedicated works to the orchestra. In addition to the most famous pieces of their concert repertory they show courtesy to the audience of Bartók Plus by melodies related to Hungary.

Read more: Leonard Bernstein: Candide – Theater Pforzhei (Chris Murray)Candide rated as musical, operetta or even opera buffa is a rare guest of Hungarian music stages: it is mainly the Overture and Cunegonde’s aria “Glitter and Be Gay” that can be heard in opera galas of this piece that premiered in 1956 on Broadway.

Read more: Ittzés Tamás–Lanczkor Gábor: A LutherekTamás Ittzés–Gábor Lanczkor: A LUTHEREK (THE LUTHERS) – ragtime-opera – World premiere

Astor Piazzolla–Horacio Ferrer: MARIA DE BUENOS AIRES – tango-operita


Read more: Páva-variációk – Magyar Nemzeti Táncegyüttes (közreműködött a Miskolci Szimfonikus Zenekar Gál Tamás vezényletével)Zoltán Kodály: János Háry suite | Zoltán Kodály: Peacock Variations (Páva-variációk).

Háry János Suite, created from the most typical tunes of his singspiel, Háry János premiered in New York and brought mmediate world renown to Kodály. Peacock variations. The guest performance of the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble also gives insight into the colourful tradition of Central European folk costumes.

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