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Gábor Boldoczki & Cappella Gabetta

2 December 2021, 19.30-22.00

Grand Hall

Pure Baroque

Gábor Boldoczki & Cappella Gabetta Presented by Liszt Academy

Versailles

Rameau: Les Indes galantes (Les Indes galantes) – Ouverture, Menuet I & II, Rigaudon I & II, Tambourin I & II, Air des Sauvages I & II
Leclair: Oboe Concerto in C major, Op. 7/3 (Gábor Boldoczki's transcription for trumpet)
Mondonville: Sonate an Symphonie No. 4 in C major, Op. 3/4
Couperin: Concerts royaux No. 2 in D major – 1. Prélude (Gábor Boldoczki's transcription for trumpet and orchestra)
Couperin: Concerts royaux No. 3 in A major – 6. Muzette (Gábor Boldoczki's transcription for trumpet and orchestra)
Rameau: Les Boréades – Contredanses très vive (Gábor Boldoczki's transcription for trumpet and orchestra)

INTERMISSION

Leclair: Scylla et Glaucus - Ouverture, Sarabande, Air Gracieux, Gigue
Corrette: Concerto Comique No. 25 in G minor (‘Les sauvages et La Furstemberg’)
Blavet: Flute Concerto in A minor (Gábor Boldoczki's transcription for trumpet and orchestra)

Gábor Boldoczki (trumpet, flugelhorn)
Cappella Gabetta (artistic director: Andrés Gabetta, concertmaster:Vadym Makarenko)

In the last quarter of the past century, there was a sharp divide between musicians playing Baroque music on modern instruments and in a modern concept, and those playing on period instruments taking performance practices of past ages into consideration. However, today this barrier seems to have fallen, as a consequence of which exciting collaborations are being shaped, for example, that witnessed between Capella Gabetta coming from the world of early music and trumpet player Gábor Boldoczki who works in a traditional environment. While the orchestra use Baroque instruments, Boldoczki plays on a modern trumpet and a four-valve flugelhorn with extremely soft, singing tone, developed specially for this cooperation. Their programme, which takes us to Baroque France, consists of works reorchestrated partly from original compositions and partly specifically for this occasion.

 

 

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets:

HUF 4 600, 5 900, 7 400, 9 900

Concert series:

Pure baroque

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