2018.03.25 19.00

Solti György Kamaraterem

Csaba Onczay, Hagai Shaham, Pascal Rogé & Péter Bársony Dvořák Recital

Masters of Chamber Music

Csaba Onczay, Hagai Shaham, Pascal Rogé & Péter Bársony Dvořák Recital

Dvořák:
Silent Woods, Op 68/5
Dvořák:
Rondo in G minor, Op. 94
Dvořák:
Slavonic Dance in G minor, Op. 46/2 (arrangement by Kreisler)
Dvořák:
Slavonic Dance in E minor, Op. 72/2 (arrangement by Kreisler)
Dvořák:
Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, Op. 90 (‘Dumky’)
intermission
Dvořák:
Piano Quartet No. 2 in E-flat major, Op. 87
Csaba Onczay (cello); Hagai Shaham (violin); Péter Bársony (viola); Pascal Rogé (piano)

Few people know that Antonín Dvořák was a violist: most probably this is one of the reasons he had such an affinity for chamber music and it is no coincidence that this genre was evident throughout his career. This special Dvořák recital boasts Hungarian star chamber musicians plus the Israeli violinist virtuoso Hagai Shaham and French pianist Pascal Rogé. Wonderful recordings by Rogé have won him many prizes for his elegant, stylistically profoundly considered and precisely perfected play, while Hagai Shaham has performed as soloist in concerts with virtually all the best orchestras in the world. Péter Bársony has given countless solo and chamber concerts, added to which he teaches at top-class universities and holds viola masterclasses. For its part, the international media has paralleled cellist Csaba Onczay with none other than Casals on more than one occasion.

Rendező: Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Jegyár: HUF 2 800, 3 900