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Kristóf Baráti, István Várdai & Máté Szűcs

6 May 2020, 19.30-22.00

Grand Hall

Chamber Music, So Close

Kristóf Baráti, István Várdai & Máté Szűcs Presented by Liszt Academy


Mozart: Divertimento in E-flat major, K. 563
Beethoven: String Trio in C minor, Op. 9/3
Beethoven: String Trio in G major, Op. 9/1

Kristóf Baráti (violin), István Várdai (cello), Máté Szűcs (viola)

For many years now we have enjoyed the fact that our young and hugely successful musicians Kristóf Baráti, István Várdai and Máté Szűcs have implemented increasingly exciting programmes in Hungary not only individually but as a team, whether supporting gifted artists at the beginning of their careers, organizing festivals or joint concerts similarly to this promising Mozart-Beethoven recital. It is as though the genre of string trio had been tailored for them: seen from the angle of early string quartets, here the parts are more balanced and equally virtuoso, thus offering all three instrumentalists equally rewarding parts. Furthermore, these relatively rarely performed pieces are from the cream of the crop of these two composers: Mozart wrote his scintillating, six-movement Divertimento in the same year as his three final symphonies, in 1788, and the early Beethoven trios born just ten years later (especially the C minor) in many respects reveal the mature master’s contrasting, passionately energetic style.



Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


HUF 6 800, 8 500, 10 200, 11 900