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Jarné koncerty 8. marca - 1. júna 2019

Friday, 8th March 2019, 7 p.m.
Marionette Theatre

Péter Frankl and Miklós Perényi – legendary performers according to the most renown critics and musical professionals – together on the concert podium. It is an exceptional event which would be considered a red-letter day in any concert hall all over the world. The most noble traditions of the Liszt Academy, Budapest, opened the way for them into the indispensable, inexhaustible, wonderful world of chamber music, and they did conquer the world having departed from this tradition. To quote an ecstatic György Kroó from a critique of his on Perényi from 1997, ‘that idea of musical sound is reborn which was brought down to our human soil by Pablo Casals from the home of Platonic ideas… This sound comes from nothing, and, reaching totality, it engulfs the whole universe.’ Inspiration and an infallible expertise of style, Flighting on earth and fantasy, living the joy and breathing of music, a sacred humility towards art and humanity. The two virtuosi will lead us, mortals, onto the mount of Parnassus this time together with the flutist Gergely Ittzés.

J. Haydn: Piano Trio in G major Hob. XV:15
J. Brahms: Sonata No.1 for Cello and Piano Op. 38.
Fr. Schubert: Introduction and Variations on ‘Trockne Blumen’ D. 802
J. Haydn: Piano Trio in D major Hob. XV:24

Péter Frankl – piano
Miklós Perényi – cello
Gergely Ittzés – flute

“I lift my eye with devotion”
Saturday, 13th April 2019, 7 p.m.

Marionette Theatre

The work, which was considered J. S. Bach’s fifth Passion for a long time by scholars, is one of the most movingly beautiful Passion oratorios of the late Baroque period. The musical term ‘pasticcio’ refers to a musical piece whose movements were composed by different composers, and the movements, originating from different works, were arranged and completed – and sometimes set with new text – by yet another composer. The work might have been performed during Bach’s time in Leipzig, as it presents the same structure that was in use in the St. Thomas Church, but the arranger could well be Bach’s copyist and son-in-law, J. Chr. Altnickol as well, since the passion was preserved in the handwriting of his pupil.  ‘A dedicated Purcell Choir, a brilliant Orfeo Orchestra – the strings are soft, the deep winds are flawless, the flutes are charming’, appraised a critique the ensembles under the direction of György Vashegyi. Having won several professional and record awards, they are now of European ranks – their performance will surely move the audience again.

J. S. Bach/ C. H. Graun/G. Ph. Telemann: Passions-Pasticcio

Ágnes Kovács – soprano
Péter Bárány – countertenor
Zoltán Megyesi – tenor
Lóránt Najbauer – bass
Purcell Choir
Orfeo Orchestra (on period instruments)
Simon Standage – leader
György Vashegyi – conductor

The refined elegance of variety
Saturday, 18th May 2019, 7 p.m.

Marionette Theatre

Moon Flight, the mysterious force which connects soul to soul, is an invisible help, mystical journey, an adventure desired by everybody. Its stops reflect on the many faces of love, which can be disturbing or reassuring, merging or separating, endless or volatile at the same time.
Kátya asked Róbert Hrutka again as a fellow traveller. This time, however, they did not arrange some of Kátya’s favourite songs, as they did in the case of their album Through Europe. They composed ten brand new songs for the new album. Kátya Tompos wrote the lyrics for almost every song. The intimate, sometimes thought-provoking, sometimes funny stories, which, nevertheless, come from the depth of her soul, were all inspired by life. Each poem is a piece of the actress’s soul, a window on her world. In the programme of the Moon Flight concert, naturally, there are old favourites, as well, besides the songs of the new album.

Kátya Tompos – Róbert Hrutka: Moon Flight

Kátya Tompos – singing
Róbert Hrutka – guitar
Felicián Kalmus – cello
Attila Fehérvári – bass guitar
Zoltán Galambos – piano
Domonkos Dely – vocals
Ádám Markó – drums

Haydn’s Muses
Saturday, 1st June 2019, 7 p.m.
Marionette Theatre

Joseph Haydn dedicated most of his keyboard sonatas to specific persons, among whom there is only one man. All the other works were inspired by women, famous amateur virtuosi of the age: the Auenbrugger sisters, the princess Marie Esterházy, the true Londoner virtuoso Theresa Jansen, and Haydn’s platonic love, Mrs. Genzinger. The cantata Arianna might have, supposedly, been composed for the first performer, Mrs. Genzinger’s daughter, ‘Fräulein Pepperl’. These works show Haydn’s unlimited humour and his fine sense to portray the ladies with his music. He also continually composed songs which introduce the listener into the intimate, foremost feminine, atmosphere of the home music of Viennese classicism. This night, these Muse-inspired masterpieces will be authentically performed by one of the greatest Hungarian sopranos of our times, who was awarded a Kossuth Prize, and the early music specialist, who was awarded the Hungarian Talent Scholarship.

M. Clementi: Preludio alla Haydn Op.19 No.2
J. Haydn: Sonata in D major Hob. XVI:51
J. Haydn: Six Original Canzonettas (first set) Hob. XXVIa:25-30
J. Haydn: Sonata in E flat major Hob. XVI:49
J. Haydn: Arianna a Naxos Hob. XXVIb:2

Eszter Sümegi – soprano
Zsombor Tóth-Vajna – Broadwood square piano, fortepiano



1. október 2018 - 31. mája 2019
Pondelok: zatvorené
Utorok - nedeľa: 9.00-17.00
Otváracie hodiny pokladnice: 8.45-15.55
Cena vstupeniek do zámockého múzea:
Vstupné: 2.000 Ft
Zľavnené vstupné (so študentským preukazom): 1.000 Ft
Rodinná vstupenka (dvaja dospelí a tri deti do 14 rokov): 4.000 Ft
V prípade skupín mimo otváracej doby a skupín s menej ako 20 ľudí, za poplatok: 1.000 Ft
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