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
MIRA FARKAS AND KATA SCHEURING CHAMBER RECITAL

13 December 2018, 19.00-21.00

Solti Hall

Talent Obliges

MIRA FARKAS AND KATA SCHEURING CHAMBER RECITAL

Fauré: Clair de lune, op. 46/2
Debussy: Beau soir
Debussy: Deux romances – 2. Les cloches
Debussy: Paysage sentimental
Debussy: Romance – Voici que le printemps
Debussy: Syrinx
Debussy: Arabesque No. 1
Massenet: Elégie
Caplet: Viens! Une flûte invisible soupire…

intermission

Debussy: Clair de lune (Votre ame est un paysage choisi)
Russel: Deux poèmes de Ronsard, op. 26
Satie: Gnossiennes No. 1., 3.
Satie: Je te veux
Satie: La diva de l'Empire
Delibes: Le rossignol

 

Mira Farkas (harp), Kata Scheuring (flute)
Featuring: Eszter Zemlényi (vocals)
Dániel Fekete (poem)

Kata Scheuring, Mira Farkas and Eszter Zemlényi put on an inimitable French soiree. During the programme you will hear famous pieces by the greats of modern French music alongside chamber music specialities which, although rarely heard in concert, are by no means inferior in terms of quality: Debussy’s popular Claire de Lune is joined by the Fauré work written for exactly the same poem, while after Massenet’s hugely popular Elégie comes Satie’s entrancing cabaret songs. From a stylistic aspect, central media feature at the concert: vocals and the flute-harp combo offer a rich tonal palette. The programme has been compiled to highlight the influence poetry has had on modern French composers. Aside from the songs, there is a strong connection between music and writing in the aforementioned Debussy work for piano, as well as in The Afternoon of a Faun, which was inspired by a Mallarmé poem.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets:

HUF 1 900