Please allow me that, apart from my regrettable ignorance of the Hungarian language, I remain Magyar in my heart and soul from birth to the grave. As a consequence, I earnestly wish to further the progress of Hungarian music.

Liszt to Antal Augusz
Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok

30 April 2020, 19.30-22.00

Grand Hall

Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok

Brandenburg, Mozart, Brahms


Brandenburg Ádám: Prières nocturnes
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488
Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90

Mihály Berecz (piano)
Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok
Conductor: György Vashegyi

Ádám Brandenburg’s Prières nocturnes (Evening prayers) is heard first in today’s concert. The young composer is looked on as the outstanding talent among his contemporaries, a person who has worked with many musical genres including concert music, theatre and pop music, not to mention film scores. In addition, he teaches and carries out research. The uniquely toned Prières nocturnes has won several awards, among them the ‘Junior classical music creative artist of the year’ prize organized by Artisjus. ▪ Following this we have Mozart’s Piano Concerto in A major. The composer wrote the work in 1786 and it contains several innovations. For example, the orchestra line-up includes the clarinet, which was a rarely used instrument in grand orchestral works in the time of Mozart, in addition to which wind instruments are given equality with the strings, something similarly unusual for the period. ▪ The last work of the recital is Symphony No. 3 by Johannes Brahms, which was composed in 1883 and debuted in Vienna.




Presented by

Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok


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