Liszt Kidz Academy
What Can the Piano Do?
What can one do with a black box standing on several legs that has 88 ivory keys, as many strings and tiny hammers, not to mention a huge cast iron plate, and that we call a piano? It makes a great flower stand, it’s possible to build a fantastic bunker underneath it, but we are more interested in what it can do in music. This concert presenting musical instruments and organized within the framework of the Liszt Kidz Academy for upper primary school pupils shines a light not only into the workings of the piano but also into how the piano has been and still is used in classical music and jazz. This most favourite of instruments is introduced by head of the Liszt Academy Chamber Music Department and Junior Prima prize laureate Balázs Fülei, as well as Artisjus winner Péter Sárik who was presented with the ‘musician of the year’ award by the National Association of Instrumentalists in 2016. The concert is a repeat of the programme of the same name staged two years ago.
Organizer: Liszt Academy Concert Centre
Tickets: HUF 1 400