Noémi Győri, József Balog & Géza Röhrig Recital

2 November 2024, 19.00-21.00

Solti Hall

Chamber Music, So Close

Noémi Győri, József Balog & Géza Röhrig Recital Presented by Liszt Academy


Weinberg: Five Pieces for Flute and Piano
Kattenburg: Sonata for Flute and Piano, Op. 5
Schulhoff: Sonata for Flute and Piano
Ben-Haim: Three Songs Without Words

Noémi Győri (flute), József Balog (piano), Géza Röhrig (poem)

Noémi Győri lives in London, Géza Röhrig in New York. Noémi plays the flute, Géza writes. Two Hungarians on both sides of the Atlantic, with the pianist József Balog in Budapest. This evening brings them together, and with them the twins of sound: music and poetry. Noémi Győri and József Balog have selected pieces written between 1927 and 1952 by four prominent Jewish composers, Mieczysław Weinberg, Dick Kattenburg, Erwin Schulhoff and Paul Ben-Haim, which are so faithful to the past that they never for a moment become prisoners of it through their lyricism. Géza Röhrig’s poems sparkle between the commandments of ‘Tell it to your son’ and ‘Don't look back’ with a poignant personality. The Latin word for root is RADIX. Anyone who gets in touch with their roots is said to be radical. But today’s human being has a contact failure: the tunnels of the subway cut our roots, and the root of the geranium travelling with you in a spaceship grows upwards from the pot. In this one-off evening, three artists who rarely perform together bear witness to the fact that, although the root itself is invisible, we cannot see without it.


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Presented by

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HUF 4 500

Concert series:

Chamber Music, So Close

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