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István Márkus, Klaudia Bereczki & Tamás Szarka Choir Conducting Diploma Concert

4 September 2020, 19.00-21.00

Grand Hall

István Márkus, Klaudia Bereczki & Tamás Szarka Choir Conducting Diploma Concert Presented by Liszt Academy

Lassus: Timor et tremor
J. L. Bach: Two Motets
Mendelssohn: Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen
Poulenc: Figure humaine – 3. Aussi bas que le silence, 4. Toi ma patiente, 6. Le jour m’étonne et la nuit me fait peur
Poulenc: Figure humaine – 1. De tous les printemps du monde, 2. En chantant, les servantes s’élancent, 5. Riant du ciel et des planètes
Dániel Dobos: Regős vocals
Featuring: Rebeka Balaska  (organ)
Conductor: István Márkus
d'India: Fiume ch’à l’onde
Tomkins: When David Heard
Rheinberger: Ballades, Op. 17 – 1. Das Schloss am Meer
Tamás Barnabás Bánó: Precatio vespertina
Farkas: Magnificat
János Vajda: Kolinda
Featuring: Zsolt Mándli(lute), Katalin Gál (piano), Dénes Harmath(organ)
Conductor: Klaudia Bereczki

INTERMISSION

Byrd: Vigilate
Ropartz: Nocturne pour chœur et orchestre
Karai: Night
Schoenberg: Piece on the Earth, Op. 13
J. S. Bach: Christ lag in Todesbanden – cantata, BWV 4
Featuring: Eszter Zemlényi (soprano), Eszter Balogh(alto), András Farkas(tenor), Pál Mátyás Tóth(bass), Dávid Sárosi(piano),  Klára Jean(continuo)

Conductor: Tamás Szarka

Featuring ensembles:
Mixed choir of the Conducting and Choir Conducting Departments of the Liszt Academy
Hungarian Radio Choir (choirmaster:Zoltán Pad)
New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir (artistic director: László Norbert Nemes)
Vox Varia Female Choir
Musica Nostra Female Choir (artistic director: Zsuzsánna Mindszenty)
Budapest Lute Choir (artistic director: Ágnes Gerenday)
Orchestra formed by the friends of the students

Tickets:

Free tickets can be claimed at the Ticket Office of the Liszt Academy one month before the concert.