Host of the series: GÁBOR ECKHARDT

Der Morgen, der Tag, die Nacht – this is the syllabus of the Schubert series starting this autumn. WIth this series of three concertos, we continue the highly successful Beethoven series of the orchestra.

“The portrait of the Viennese master focused by the series of three concerts will be outlined along an imaginary day. As usual, spectators will be provided a foretaste from his diversified chamber, vocal and orchestral compositions from the beginning steps to the ripe compositions. The well-known and popular opuses alternate with musical delicacies and rarities. Orchestrally accompanied versions of songs on the last concert promise special interest. Even Schubert could not hear them!” (Gábor Eckhardt)


DER MORGEN. 27.09.2014 19.00

  • Notturno (D897)
  • G minor Fantasy for Piano Four-Hands (D9)
  • Symphony No.7 in C major (‘The Great’)

Conducted by: MÁTÉ HÁMORI


DER TAG. 08.11.2014 19:00

  • Symphony No.5 in B Flat Major (D485)
  • Octet in F Major (D803)

Conducted by: DOMONKOS HÉJA


DIE NACHT. 13.12.2014 19:00

  • Quintet in C Major (D956)
  • Die Nacht (D983c)
  • Nachtgesang im Walde (D913)
  • Nacht und Traume (D827 – arranged by Max Reger)
  • Auflösung (D807 – arranged by Dániel Dinyés)
  • Im Walde (D834 – arranged by Dániel Dinyés)
  • Nachtmusik (D848)
  • Gesang der Geister über den Wassern (D714)
  • Gretchen am Spinnrade (D118 – arranged by Franz Liszt)
  • Blondel zu Marien (D626 – arranged by Dániel Dinyés)
  • Die junge Nonne (D828 – arranged by Franz Liszt)

Performed by: SAINT EPHREM MALE CHOIR (art director: Tamás Bubnó), KLÁRA KOLONITS – vocal
Conducted by: DÁNIEL DINNYÉS

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