The most important class, however, for me and for hundreds of other Hungarian musicians, was the chamber-music class. From about the age of fourteen, and until graduation from the Academy, all instrumentalists except the heavy-brass players and percussionists had to participate in this course. Presiding over it for many years was the composer Leó Weiner, who thus exercised an enormous influence on three generations of Hungarian musicians.

Sir Georg Solti
Students of László Borbély

19 December 2019, 18.00-21.00

Students of László Borbély Presented by Liszt Academy

Gál Katalin: Töprengés
Katalin Gál (piano)
Tamás Beischer-Matyó: Prelude
Melinda Tiborcz (piano)
Ligeti: Musica Ricercata – 1. Sostenuto – Misurato – Prestissimo, 2. Mesto, rigido e cerimoniale, 3. Allegro con spirito, 4. Tempo di valse, 6. Allegro molto capriccioso
Ábel Horváth (piano)
Janáček: On an Overgrown Path – I/10. The Barn Owl Has Not Flown Away!, II/1. Andante, II/2. Allegretto – Presto
Jan Vojtek (piano)
Messiaen: Le Rouge-gorge
Messiaen: La merle noir
Anna Nagy (piano)
Poulenc: Improvisation No. VII & VIII
Melinda Tiborcz (piano)
Péter Eötvös: Dances of the Brush-footed Butterfly
Dávid Szilasi (piano)
Hamelin: Variations on a Theme by Paganini
Mónika Ruth Vida (piano)
Gershwin: Three Preludes
Katalin Gál (piano)
Farkas: Correspondances – 1. Andante, 3. Quasi lento, 4. Allegretto, 5. Andante con moto, 7. Lento, espressivo
Bettina Hirling (piano)
Mompou: Impresiones intimas – I., II., III., Oiseau triste, Barque, Tzigane
Eszter Juhász (piano)
Messiaen: L'alouette calandrelle
Ye Lin Kim (piano)
Messiaen: L'alouette lulu
László Borbély (piano)
Dutilleux: Zongoraszonáta – 3. Chorale et variations
Timothy Smith (piano)

Tanár: Borbély László


Admission is free, subjected to the capacity of the room.