03. 04. 2021.
Bach: Christian Cantatas – premiere
We regret to inform our audience that the premiere of Bach: Christian Cantatas has been cancelled due to the current state of the pandemic. Thank you for your understanding! The Christian Cantatas is a production that brings together three cantatas...More info
05. 04. 2021.
Bach: Christian Cantatas
We regret to inform our audience that the performance entitled Bach: Christian Cantatas has been cancelled due to the current state of the pandemic. Thank you for your understanding! The Christian Cantatas is a production that brings together three...More info
07. 04. 2021.
György Kurtág: Fin de partie (Endgame) – Hungarian premiere
We regret to inform our audience that the Hungarian premiere of György Kurtág: Fin de partie (Endgame) has been cancelled due to the current state of the pandemic. Thank you for your understanding! According to a critic, Kurtág’s Fin de partie...More info
07. 05. 2021.
Riccardo Chailly and the Filarmonica della Scala
The ensemble of the Filarmonica della Scala was formed in 1982 by musicians of the opera orchestra of Milan’s famous La Scala, on the encouragement of Claudio Abbado. Carlo Maria Giulini and Riccardo Muti were the formative conductors of the...More info
08. 05. 2021.
René Jacobs and the Kammerorchester Basel
“I set to music with all the power at my disposal the highly respected hymn called Stabat Mater, and I sent my music to the great and world-famous Hasse out of the desire that if I had failed adequately to express the most valuable words, this...More info
09. 05. 2021.
Concert by Students of the Liszt Academy
Particularly challenging chamber pieces by Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály will be performed by Junior Prima Prize-winning artists, Gergely Devich (cello), Gergely Kovács and Krisztián Kocsis (piano), Korossy Quartet, a group that was formed recently...More info
13. 05. 2021.
Félix Lajkó and the Ballet Company of Győr
A masterpiece of 19th-century Romantic ballet, whose popularity is unabated, Giselle established a style with a title role that is every ballerina’s dream. The piece, which had its premiere in 1841, conquered the world with Adolphe...More info
14. 05. 2021.
John Eliot Gardiner with the English Baroque Soloists & Monteverdi Choir
Thirteen years after a thrilling performance, John Eliot Gardiner returns with the St John Passion, this time to the virtual concert hall of Bartók Spring. If he is the doyen of the early music movement, the world-famous conductor continues to be...More info
17. 05. 2021.
Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
When Vasily Petrenko, Chief Conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Principal Conductor of the European Union Youth Orchestra, and Principal Guest Conductor of the State Symphony Orchestra of Russia, was recently named Music...More info
21. 05. 2021.
Hungarian National Dance Ensemble: The Faithless Wife – premiere
This production of the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble and Honvéd Male Choir recounts the strange story of a woman punished with death for infidelity, one of the most mysterious of old Hungarian ballads, a tale of cruel beauty and tragedy that...More info