Közreműködik: Fellegi Balázs, Polnauer Flóra – ének, Lukács Csaba – klarinét, Ágoston Béla – szaxofon, Kardos Dániel – gitár, Balogh Kálmán – cimbalom, Novák Csaba – bőgő, Szabó Mátyás - ütőhangszerek
Art director: Attila Falvay
F.Schubert: String Quartet No. 10 in E flat D87
G. Enescu: String Quartet No. 2 in G major(Op 22, No.2)
L. van Beethoven: String Quartet No. 9 in C-major ,„Razumovsky” (Op.59.No.3)
11. 06. 2010., 5 pm, Trinity Orthodox Church, Miskolc
Guest performance by the St. Florian Boys' Choir
Excerpts from ecclesiastical and profane choral works of different centuries
W.A. Mozart: Di Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) XXS -overview
Solos are performed by the soloists of the Boys’ Choir
Choir master: Franz Farnberger
Soloists: soloists of the Boys' Choir
The prominent Austrian boys’ choir, the St. Florianer Sängerknaben offers a shortened, 60-minute version of Mozart’s most popular pieces, with the title “The Magic Flute XXS”. On opera stages usually it is just the role of the “Three boys” that is sung by boys, but in this interpretation by Christian Aichinger and Franz Farnberger, especially for the St. Florian Boys’ Choir, all the leading roles are sung by the boys’s choir: Pamina and Tamino, Papageno and Papagena, Sarastro, even the Queen of the Night. The singers are accompanied only by a piano, instead of an orchestra, the sets are symbolized by metal boxes, most of the costumes are made by the boys themselves, right in front of the audience.
17. 06. 2010., 4 pm, House of the Arts, Miskolc
2010. június 12., szombat 17 óra, Avasi Gimnázium Színházterem, Miskolc
The string quartet has been formed by talented young ladies in order to popularize this form of entertainment. They are all musicians of the Miskolc Symphony Orchestra. The members of the quartet took master courses with reputed professors in Italy and gave highly successful concerts in almost all countries of Europe as well as in South-Korea, China and Japan.
Amadinda Percussion Group was formed in 1984 in Budapest by four musicians who had just graduated from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music. When founding the ensemble they had a double aim. On one hand they wanted to present masterpieces of percussion music, unknown to the Hungarian audience so far, on the other hand they intended to present the music of Hungarian contemporary composers in their country and abroad.
The Spanish basso Rubén Amoretti used to be an internationally sought-after tenor earlier. Under the baton of renowned conductors such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Bruno Bartoletti, Alain Lombard or Marcello Viotti, he sang leading tenor roles from the Italian repertoire at the side of such famous colleagues as Agnes Baltsa, Daniela Dessi, Juan Pons and Iva Mula.
Amadinda: traditional music
L. Ligeti: Pattern Transformation
Bulgarian folk music
I. Xenakis: Peaux
T. de Mey: Musique de Table
A. Holló: Gamelan-bound – beFORe JOHN2
E. Séjourné: Martial Tribe
18. 06. 2010., 8 pm, National Theatre Miskolc, Summer Theatre