The least important are not forbidden to dream of great things, and even modestly to aim at them, according to the measure of their abilities.

Liszt to Antal Augusz
kamara.hu /5

18 November 2018, 15.30-17.30

Solti Hall

KAMARA.HU – CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL OF THE LISZT ACADEMY

kamara.hu /5

The Glass Bead Game

Schubert: Piano Trio Movement in E-flat major, D. 897 (ʻNotturno’)
Schubert: Schwanengesang, D. 957

Artistic directors of the festival: Izabella Simon and Dénes Várjon
Zoltán Megyesi (tenor), Viviane Hagner (violin), Ditta Rohmann (cello), Izabella Simon, Dénes Várjon (piano)

“At that time I had found an old volume of music at my piano teacher’s. It was a volume of songs by Franz Schubert, and it exerted a strong attraction upon me. (…) In my leisure hours I gave myself up to the ecstasy of discovery. Up to that time I had not known Schubert at all, and I was totally captivated by him,” says Josef Knecht, protagonist of Hesse’s The Glass Bead Game. This excerpt explains the dominant role played by Schubert at the Sunday afternoon concert of kamara.hu. Crowning achievements and final works of several creative oeuvres are present at the festival, and this goes for the Hesse novel as well. Franz Schubert composed the Notturno in the year before his death, and despite its neglect it is a significant work. Swan Song (or as it is better known, Schwanengesang) was the composer’s final work, only published a few months after his death. Performance of the collection continues the kamara.hu tradition of popularizing lieder.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets:

HUF 2 500, 3 200