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Liszt to Giovanni Sgambati

15 November 2019, 17.00-19.00

Old Academy of Music, Chamber Hall

Japanese, South Korean, Hungarian Chamber Music Recital

Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Op. 37a – 11. November: Troika
Kim Min-Ji (piano)
Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, BB 68 (Székely Zoltán's transcription)
Park Eun-Kyung (violin), Kim Min-Ji (piano)
Kodály: Sonatine for Cello and Piano, Op. 4
Emma Balázs (cello), Kálmán Kovács (piano)
Liszt: Liebesträume – 1. Hohe Liebe (In Liebesarmen)
Park Sang-Hee (piano)
Liszt: Liebesträume – 3. O lieb, o lieb, so lang du lieben kannst (Mark Skalmer transcription)
Kwoun Hyun-Jin (cello), Park Sang-Hee (piano)
Dohnányi: Rhapsody in C major, Op. 11/3
Petra Kiss (piano)
Choi Sung-Hwan: Arirang Fantasy (transcription for piano trio)
Park Eun-Kyung (violin), Kwoun Hyun-Jin (cello), Kim Min-Ji (piano)
Korean folk music – Sangryeongsan
Popper: Requiem, Op. 66
Emma Balázs, Kwoun Hyun-Jin, Mizuno Yuya (cello), Kikuchi Reiko (piano)
J. W. Lee: Korean folk song suite
Kang Seuk-Ju (Pee-Ree), Park Eun-Kyung (violin), Kwon Hyun-Jin (cello), Kim Min-Ji (piano)
Mendelssohn: Lied ohne Worte, Op. 109
Emma Balázs (cello), Kikuchi Reiko (piano)
Rachmaninov: Valse and Romance
Kikuchi Reiko, Kim Min-Ji, Lee Sang-Cheol (piano)
Bartók: Piano Quintet, BB 33 – 4. Poco a poco più vivace
Park Eun-Kyung, Zsuzsanna Molnár (violin), Zoltán Kökényessy (viola), Mizuno Yuya (cello), Park Sang-Hee (piano)


Admission is free, subjected to the capacity of the room.