The point is to increase gradually the level of the understanding, cultivation and practice of musical art. This task falls particularly to the new Academy.

Liszt to Antal Augusz
Amadinda Percussion Project

3 November 2024, 19.00-21.00

Solti Hall

Here and Now

Amadinda Percussion Project Presented by Liszt Academy

Ligeti: Le Grand Macabre » Car Horn Prelude
Kerékfy Márton: Schlag-Spiele
Sáry László: Pebble Playing in a Pot
Ligeti: Continuum
Couperin – Dukay Barnabás: Le tic-toc-choc, ou Les maillotins
INTERMISSION
Ligeti: Le Grand Macabre » Intermezzo
Fredrik Andersson: Loneliness of Santa Claus
Balázs Juhász: Jeladás (Signaling)
Messiaen: O sacrum convivium

Marcell Begyik, Alex Biró, Dávid Burcsik, Ede Czilik, Benjámin Mohácsi, András Simon, Bence Siptár, Miklós Veress (percussion)
Zoltán Rácz (percussion)

Having spent four decades introducing percussion culture and repertoire to the Hungarian classical music scene and touring the world, the Amadinda Percussion Group launched the Amadinda Percussion Project, which introduces the youngest generation of percussionists to 20th-21st century percussion music outside of the institutional framework, but in close cooperation with the Liszt Academy. The latest concert focuses on Hungarian composers, and the programme includes a selection of repertoire from the last fifty years. Two excerpts written for automobile horns from Ligeti’s opera Le grand macabre, premiered in 1978, will be performed alongside a transcription of Continuum, originally composed for harpsichord, and a 2006 piece for four percussionists, Schlag-spiele, by Márton Kerékfy, also known as a Ligeti scholar, László Sáry’s legendary piece A Stone in a Pitcher, composed in 1978, which was conceived as a Steve Reich etude but has become perhaps the most performed work in the Hungarian repetitive repertoire, and Balázs Juhász’s 2004 solo composition for a huge percussion apparatus, this postmodern death dance. The classical repertoire is represented by Barnabás Dukay’s Couperin transcription, the charming Tic-toc choc, and the piece by the young contemporary percussionist Fredrik Andersson from Sweden will evoke the figure of Santa Claus, lonely for 364 days, concluding with a percussion transcription of one of Olivier Messiaen’s most beautiful choral settings.

 

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Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets:

HUF 3 900

Concert series:

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