2017.04.18 20.00

Solti Hall

Classicus Quartet & Soharóza Choir

Classicus Quartet & Soharóza Choir

Szabó:
String Trio No. 1, Op. 12
Ödön Palasovszky:
A szappanszakáll
Hindemith:
Solo Sonata for Cello, Op. 25/3 – 5th Movement
Sándor Petőfi:
A farkasok dala
Miklós Radnóti:
Téli kórus
Ödön Palasovszky:
Ú – u-u – ú –
Attila József:
Tömeg
Ödön Palasovszky:
Üvegfúvók (részlet)
Stravinksy:
Concertino for String Quartet
Richard Dehmel:
Arató-dal
Lajos Kassák:
Napjaink acélfákká lettek
Ödön Palasovszky:
A nyűgtelenek
intermission
Bartók:
String Quartet No. 3, BB 93
Lajos Kassák:
Végre mégiscsak jó lenne
Ödön Palasovszky:
Homo sapiens
Zseni Várnai:
Kórus szopránban
Walt Whitman:
Mikor a világgal ismerkedtem
Stravinksy:
Three Pieces for String Quartet – 1
Walt Whitman:
Ülök és nézem – 1
Stravinksy:
Three Pieces for String Quartet – 2
Walt Whitman:
Ülök és nézem – 2
Stravinksy:
Three Pieces for String Quartet – 3
Walt Whitman:
Az Egyesült Államokhoz
Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky:
Induló balra
Lajos Kassák:
Mesteremberek
Classicus Quartet: József Rácz, Réka Baksai (violin); Péter Tornyai (viola); Tamás Zétényi (cello) Soharóza Choir (music director: Dóra Halas) Children of Dollar Daddy: Emőke Kiss-Végh, Tamás Ördög (actors) Máté Szilvay (dramaturge)

This recital offers the opportunity to be part of a remarkable look back in history. Ninety years ago, New Earth evenings associated with Ödön Palasovszky were staged in the very same place, the small hall of the Liszt Academy, in the course of which avant-garde theatrical productions were staged together with avant-garde works of music. At that time choral speaking, a genre designed to proclaim the ideals of the working class movement and which has since died out, was enjoying a golden age. This programme is the opportunity to come into contact with a medium that many today consider odd, together with curiosities such as the Stravinsky Concertino written for string quartet or the Trio by Ferenc Szabó who had newly graduated from the class of Kodály at the Liszt Academy. This most engaging and non-conformist programme supplemented by Children of Dollar Daddy theater workshop is steered by two ensembles well-known for their imaginative, innovative and experimental productions which have captured the fantasy of audiences open to the new.

Organizer: Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets: HUF 2 500