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We kindly inform our audience that due to the new covid-related provisions, the premiere of Philip Glass: Les Enfants Terribles (The Holy Terrors) scheduled for 21 November, 7 pm, is cancelled. Tickets may be redeemed at the festival’s website until 21 December.

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KOMP • 3.2

KOMP • 3.2

14th October, 2020
7.00 pm

Tesla Loft
Featuring:
Andrea Meláth [6], Nóra Tatai [3], Anna Molnár [7] – voice, Katalin Kokas [8], Barnabás Kelemen [8] – viola, Balázs Demény [2, 4], Ferenc János Szabó [3, 6, 9], Kristóf Szőcs [2, 4, 5] – piano, Kosztándi String Quartet [1, 9]
The members of the string quartet:
László Behán, István Kosztándi – violin, Edina Tuzson – viola, Györgyi Körösi – cello
Guest:
Pál Göttinger director
Moderator:
Magor Soma Bucz
Sponsors:
This concert of the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre as a joint event with Hungarian Music Society.

Ticket prices: 2000 Ft

Tesla Loft

Kazinczy utca 21./c.

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Balázs Demény 
Photographer: Anna Bokodi

KOMP • 3.2

Hungarian contemporary music platform – Shades of chamber music
  1. István Győrffy: String Quartet – world premiere
  2. Gergely Barta: Toccata Secunda – world premiere
  3. Krisztina Megyeri: Horizon brulé – Four Songs on Poems by Irène de Saint-Christol – world premiere
  4. Gyula Bánkövi: I misteri delle montagne lontane (The mysteries of distant mountains)
  5. Péter Zombola: Perpetuum mobile – world premiere
  6. Iván Madarász: Notes from the Stagecoach – Song cycle on poems by Géza Szőcs – world premiere
  7. József Soproni: 9 Songs on Poems by György Czigány – world premiere
  8. Miklós Csemiczky: 25 Viola Duos – excerpts – world premiere
  9. Péter Durkó: String Quartet – world premiere

KOMP is a selection of contemporary music in the spirit of the Mini-Festival, created for this year by the Hungarian Music Society. Presented for the 33rd occasion, the series, which comprises three evenings, is meant to be a platform for contemporary music, one that allows the classical concert experience to be more informal, facilitates a real dialogue and direct contact with composers active today, and turns premieres into more personal celebrations.
The programme of this concert, which presents different shades of chamber music, is bookended by two string quartets, the compositions of István Győrffy and Péter Durkó, respectively. Like Bartók’s violin duets, Miklós Csemiczky’s viola duos are a series very rich in character. Barnabás Horváth and Krisztina Megyeri, two artists from the middle generation, bring fairly fresh works. Gyula Bánkövi makes his contribution to a colourful concert with a magical four-handed piano piece from 2006.

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