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International Bartók Seminar and Festival - Opening Concert

Bérleten kívüli hangverseny Bartók Hall - Szombathely
Date(s): 2015. július 11., 20:00

Savaria Symphony Orchestra

Debussy: Three nocturnes
Bartók: Violin concert No. 1
Ravel: Valses nobles et sentimentales
Bartók: Dance Suite

Featuring: 

Antal Zalai - violin

Female Choir of the National Choir
(Choir master: Mátyás Antal)

Conductor: Zoltán Kocsis

 
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International Bartók Seminar and Festival - Closing concert of the Festival

Bérleten kívüli hangverseny Bartók Hall - Szombathely
Date(s): 2015. július 18., 20:00

Savaria Symphony Orchestra

Janáček: Taras Bulba
Bartók: Divertimento for String Orchestra
De Falla: Three-Cornered Hat – Three Dances
Ravel: Daphnis and Chloé – Suite No. 2

Conductors:

the participants of the conducting masterclass

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Iseum Festival 2015 - "Thousand-colored opera"

Bérleten kívüli hangverseny Iseum Savariense - Szombathely
Date(s): 2015. július 24., 20:30

Gala concert

Savaria Symphony Orchestra

Featuring:

Adrienn Miksch
Helga Nánási
Boldizsár László
Dániel Foki
Zsolt Haja

Conductor:

Ádám Medveczky

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Iseum Festival 2015 - Once upon a time of the Emperor

Bérleten kívüli hangverseny Iseum Savariense - Szombathely
Date(s): 2015. július 26., 20:30

ExperiDance Grand production!

Hungarian cultural ambassadors of music and dance on stage

ABOUT THE SHOW

Queen Elizabeth, known as Sissy, married Emperor Franz Joseph I in 1854, and became the First Lady of the Empire of Austria at the age of 16. The beautiful, sensitive and untamed woman was fleeing the suffocating constraints inherent in her role throughout her life. She found happiness and love in Hungary, where the nobility adored her, especially Count Gyula Andrássy, considered to be the most handsome man in the country. However, their affection could never be fulfilled.

The legendary love inspired the co-production of ExperiDance Production and the Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra. The heroes of the dance drama are a glorious queen, a daring count and a beautiful gypsy girl, who are dancing either the tense or agonising moments of never fulfilled passion. The amorous encounters and separations take place at a splendid ball, where the soloists of the Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra provide lively dance music. In addition to the dancers, the band, which has been officially a Hungarian Speciality since March 2014, i.e. one of the top national performances in Hungary, guarantees a great theatre experience.

The music of the play features masterpiece melodies including Franz Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody, Vittorio Monti: Czardas, Johann Strauss: The Blue Danube and Johannes Brahms’ Hungarian Dances.

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Iseum Festival 2015 - Neil Simon: They’re Playing Our Song

Bérleten kívüli hangverseny Iseum Savariense - Szombathely
Date(s): 2015. július 31., 20:30 | 2015. augusztus 01., 20:30

Sonia Walsk - Anna Trokán
Vernon Gersch - Szilveszter Szabó P.

Director: Zoltán Miller

Conducted by László Zádori

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Iseum Festival 2015 - The music, that I myself am

Bérleten kívüli hangverseny Iseum Savariense - Szombathely
Date(s): 2015. augusztus 03., 20:30

A musical evening with Zoltán Miller

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