Password: Memory

15 April 2024, 19.00-21.30

Solti Hall

Workshops at the Liszt Academy

Password: Memory Presented by Liszt Academy

Concert by Music and Visual Arts Students/2

Stravinsky: Suite Italienne » 1. Introduzione, 2. Serenata, 3. Aria
Jeong Jinseok (cello), Ildikó Rozsonits (piano)
Schubert: Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat major, D. 898 » 2. Andante un poco mosso
Márton Sárréti (violin), Barnabás Tóth (cello), Sebestyén Pellet (piano)
Koudela Olivér: Music-related Memory
Kata Szöllősi (violin), Csongor Kiss (cello), Lili Farkas (piano)
Beethoven: String Quartet No. 1 in F major, Op. 18/1 » 2. Adagio affettuoso ed appasionato
Dorka Gellért, Hajnalka Héty (violin), Mátyás Nagy (viola), Hanna Deák (cello)
Schumann: Piano Quintet in E-flat major, Op. 44 » 2. In modo dʼuna marcia. Un poco largamente
Villő Kovács, Corinna Alma Ceccarelli (violin), Elemér Albert (viola), Eszter Deli (cello), Zsigmond Kóta (piano)
Janáček: Sonata for Violin and Piano » 2. Ballada
Graefe Maria (violin), Paulich Natascha (piano)
Sándor Gerebics: Memories
József Zsupos (clarinet), Hajnalka Héty, Dorka Gellért (violin), Mátyás Nagy (viola), Hanna Deák (cello)
Shostakovich: Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67 » 3. Largo
Márton Wunderlich (violin), Yosuke Shimizu (cello), Berta Gulyás (piano)
Regina Sebestyén-Lázár: Farewell to Childhood
Zselyke Fehér (flute), Kitti Szovák (cello), Regina Sebestyén-Lázár (piano)
Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence, Op. 70 » 2. Adagio cantabile e con moto, 3. Allegretto moderato
Zsófia Ujváry-Menyhárt, Bernadett Fekete (violin), Elemér Albert, Anna Ceília Csósza (viola), Áron Rátkay, Ábris Törő (cello)

Featuring: students of the Liszt Academy and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts

The creator of the series titled “Password” is Balázs Fülei, who, as the head of the Chamber Music Department, has a unique understanding of young musicians’ repertoire and their preferences when putting together musical programs. The series creates a creative space where the oft-mentioned, enriching cooperation and joint creation between various artistic fields takes place in practice. The event involves two branches of art where the message has an immediate impact without linguistic encoding: music and fine arts. Students from the Liszt Academy and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts start working together based on a jointly determined theme, a keyword. It’s like a free association exercise involving talented young people studying a given profession at the highest level. Alongside existing creations, new works are also born in both fields. The concert will feature installations in the form of photos and videos of paintings, sculptures, and miniature sculptures. These fine art creations will be on display at a separate exhibition at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts for a few weeks after the concert.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


Admission to the concert is free. Tickets can be claimed at the website and at the Ticket Office of the Liszt Academy one month before the concert.

Concert series:

Workshops at the Liszt Academy

Other events in the concert series:

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Workshops of the Liszt Academy

Password: Passion

Concert by Music and Visual Arts Students/1

Solti Hall

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