The two Hungarians not only played music, they were themselves the music – in every nerve – down to their fingertips.

Adelheid von Schorn on Reményi and Liszt
Máté Balogh Composition DLA Diploma Concert

8 May 2019, 18.00-20.00

Old Academy of Music, Chamber Hall

Máté Balogh Composition DLA Diploma Concert

Máté Balogh: Young Women's Song (2010)
Anna Molnár (vocals)
Máté Balogh: Oscar Speech (2018)
Oszkár Varga (violin)
Máté Balogh: White Song (2016)
György Philipp (vocals)
Máté Balogh: Si King Song (2018)
Anna Molnár (vocals), János Nevelő (wood drums)
Máté Balogh: Lebenslauf (2017)
György Philipp (vocals)
Máté Balogh: Speech theraphy (2019)
Máté Bán (flute)
Máté Balogh: Kipling’s Speech (2018)
Anna Molnár (vocals), Máté Bán (flute), Imre Dani (piano), Tamás Zétényi (cello)
Máté Balogh: 7 Ant(hem)s – Hommage a P. Esterházy (2015)
András Szalai (cimbalom), Tamás Zétényi (cello)
Máté Balogh: Kalevala-variations (2016)
György Philipp (vocals)
intermission
Máté Balogh: Game (2018)
Anna Jámbor (violin), András Kurgyis (viola), Tamás Zétényi (cello), Imre Dani (piano)
Máté Balogh: Jam Quartet (2016)
Máté Bán (flute), János Nevelő (triangles), Imre Dani (piano), Tamás Zétényi (cello)
Máté Balogh: Luca Marenzio in Salzburg (2012, rev. 2017)
Máté Balogh: Pseudomakam (2015)
Máté Balogh: Suite in 3 (2019)
Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra
Conductor: Péter Tornyai

Tickets:

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