The two Hungarians not only played music, they were themselves the music – in every nerve – down to their fingertips.

Adelheid von Schorn on Reményi and Liszt
Winds of Central Europe 2.

9 July 2023, 19.00-21.00

Solti Hall

Winds of Central Europe 2. Presented by Liszt Academy

Chamber Music Recital by Wind Students from Graz, Zagreb, Ljubljana and Budapest

Ravel: Trois Chansons (arranged by Simon Cox for brass septet)
Eduardo Gracia Garcia, Marko Mumlek, Vince Baczkó (trumpet), Dorian Hercigonja, Filip Petraš, Krisztofer Kozma (trombone), Benedek Szabó (tuba)
Conductor: Jakob Barbo
Ákos Aurés Moussong: Rhythmic Reflections
Blanka Krcsméri (flute), Éva Tarcsay (oboe), Nóra Czere (clarinet), István Faragó (horn), Boróka Bagi (bassoon)
Conductor: Dárius Teremi
Alexandra Naumovski Potisk: Promenade
Maja Mustapić (flute), Haruka Mori (oboe), Nina Tomić (clarinet), Clemens Baumkirchner (bassoon), Martin Ficsura (saxophone), Sara Hartman (horn)
Conductor: Jakob Barbo
Matej Bonin: Chant – 1st movement
Martin Ficsura (saxophone), Gašper Šemrov (percussion)
David Maslanka: Song Book – 1. Song for Davy, 2. Lost
Martin Ficsura (saxophone), Gašper Šemrov (marimba)
Donatoni: Bok
Norbert Hegyi (bass clarinet), Gašper Šemrov (marimba)

INTERMISSION

Stravinsky: Symphonies of Wind Instruments (revised version from 1947)
R. Strauss: Sonatina No. 2 in E-flat major (‘Fröhliche Werkstatt’)
WoCE Wind Ensemble (wind ensemble formed by the students of Graz, Ljubljana, Zagreb and Budapest)
Conductor: Paul Marsovszky 

A new type of mobility under Erasmus+, the Blended Intensive Programme (BIP) aims to combine online and face-to-face learning. The programme will bring wind students from the music universities of Graz, Zagreb and Ljubljana to the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in July, and it will conclude with two concerts to showcase the results of their joint work. Firstly, during an online session, Máté Balogh will give a lecture on the pieces of the second concert by Igor Stravinsky and Richard Strauss. After arriving to Budapest, the young musicians will begin their work under the guidance of Liszt Academy’s teachers. The concerts will also feature works by young composers who have won prizes in competitions organised by the Hungarian Composers’ Association and the Slovenian Composers’ Society for this occasion: on 8 July, the pieces of the 2nd and 3rd prize winners, along with the brass arrangements of Schumann’s Four Songs, and on 9 July the works of the winners. The latter concert will feature a brass arrangement of Ravel’s Three Songs and works for wind ensemble by Stravinsky and Strauss, alongside percussion pieces by Matej Bonin, Franco Donatoni and David Maslanka.

Presented by

Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music

Tickets:

Admission is free, subjected to the capacity of the room.