Tom McIntyre’s work can be seen as the combination of hard-edge geometric abstraction and gestural abstract expressionism.
With exhibitors from 4 continents, increased exhibition space and a wider range of programs, central and eastern Europe’s largest art fair further strengthens its position as a regional leader.
MERITA – where chamber Music, cultural hERItage and TAlent meet is the new project conceived and promoted by Le Dimore del Quartetto.
Ágnes Langer broke into the Hungarian classical music scene at the Bartók World Competition, then she did not perform for a year due to an unexpected illness. We talked about creating a repertoire, her one-year forced hiatus, and perseverance.
György Pauk from 17 June will chair the jury of the 1st Zoltán Kodály International Music Competition. We talked about music education, unleashing talent, what makes a good conductor.
35 years ago, on 23 May 1987, the 3rd programme of Hungarian Radio took Béla Bartók’s name. We asked Channel Director Márton Devich about the past 35 years.
For the birthday celebrations of both Kálmán Imre and his daughter, Yvonne Kálmán, a gala was staged at the Budapest Operetta Theatre.
The Iván Fischer Opera Company – presented the 1954 Britten chamber opera “Turn of the Screw” on September 9 and 10 at Müpa Budapest.
“G for Gustav, F for Frankreich, and K for Karajan!” instructed maestro Alain Altinoglu as he conducted a ‘symphonic mob’ rehearsal in the middle of a lovely park in Bad Kissingen, a spa town in Bavaria.
“I have a memory from the time before I was born,” writes Swedish clarinetist Martin Fröst. That memory was filled with songs by Scarlatti and Purcell.
A curiously forgotten and fairly prolific Baroque composer, Johann David Heinichen, was a contemporary of Bach; and like him, arose from St. Thomas Church in Leipzig.
Georg Philipp Telemann’s earliest surviving opera, the light and charming “Pastorelle en musique”, was produced and recorded at Musikfestspiele Potsdam-Sanssouci in 2021.
The newest, second album in the series of world premiere recordings by the Warsaw Philharmonic which had its premiere on 20 May.
The next edition of Bayreuth Baroque will take place from 7 to 17 September. There will be two Handel staged productions.
ART MARKET BUDAPEST annonunces Serbia as guest of honor in 2022 and will host MOST.SERBIA festival in October to celebrate art from Serbia.
The 5th Éva Marton International Singing Competition ended on 11 September with a repeat performance by the 12 finalists and the special awards ceremony at the Budapest Opera House.
Andrei Danilov, 34, was awarded the 1st prize and also the audience award at the 5th Éva Marton International Singing Competition.
Between 16 September and 17 October the musical values of the Carpathian Basin in the spotlight once again.
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra appoints Jaap van Zweden as music director. He will lead the organization from 2024.
On 18/09, within the frame of the Budapest Classic Film Marathon, a remarkable documentary on the life of Géza Anda will be presented.
Under the artistic supervision of the distinguished composer, conductor and pianist Mikhail Pletnev, four young master pianists have been invited by the Géza Anda-Foundation to learn the art of conducting from the piano.
The Venezuelan-Italian violinist, Giovanni Guzzo has been appointed professor of violin at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz.