Similar to the season last year, the season 2015/16 will also provide thematic concert series to the audience.

We continue our series at the Music Academy also consisting of two times four concerts this year. The slogan of the four concerts of the autumn season: We are children. Any person engaging in art preserves something from childhood, and we hold up a mirror compositions assisting for our audience to confront with the childish roots of adulthood. Each concert go round the experiences of childhood: our programs are focused on the hallmarks Freedom, Tears, Game and Tale.

1. FREEDOM – Tuesday 19:30, September 22, 2015 


  • Liszt: Two Legends
  • R. Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks op. 28
  • Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 (Heroic) op. 55

Conducted by: MÁTÉ HÁMORI

2. GAME – Tuesday 19:30, October 20, 2015 


  • György Ligeti: Mysteries of the macabre (performed by Ildikó Szakács)
  • Dohnányi: Variations on a Nursery Tune op. 25 (performed by János Palojtay – piano)
  • Stravinsky: Game of Cards
  • Milhaud: The Bull on the Roof

Conducted by GERGELY VAJDA

3. TEARS – Tuesday 19:30, November 24, 2015


  • Schubert-Berlioz: Der Erlkönig (The Erlking) D 328 (performed by Ildikó Komlósi)
  • Mahler: Gyermekgyászdalok (közreműködik: Ildikó Komlósi and the Chorus of the Hungarian Radio)
  • J. S. Bach: Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis, BWV 21 – cantata (performed by Mária Celeng, Zoltán Megyesi, István Kovács)

Conducted by: JÁNOS KOVÁCS

4. TALE – Tuesday 19:30, January 12, 2016


  • Ravel: Mother Goose – ballet
  • Stravinsky: The Firebird – ballet

Conducted by: GÁBOR KÁLI

Performed by: János Kulka – storyteller

The four concerts in spring are connected to the fall season, for now, from the aspect of the child we represent the dream of an ideal adulthood where any child can become a real hero. Therefore the motto of the series is: We are heroes. Heroes are the artists themselves who endeavor pass on the values of past eras for the future, and the audience may identify themselves as heroes when they become one with the protagonists of our concerts who turn into exemplary heroes of the universal human culture as aRevolutionist or Creator or defeating Grief or just cleaned in the power of Love.

5. WE LOVE – Tuesday 19:30, February 9, 2016


  • Péter Zombola: Werther – Cello Concerto WORLD PREMIERE (performed by Luigi Piovano – cello)
  • P.I. Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet
  • Schönberg: Transfigured Night (1943 version)


6. WE STRIVE – Tuesday 19:30, March 1, 2016


  • Franz Liszt: Prometheus
  • Leoš Janáček: Taras Bulba
  • Pyotr Tchaikovsky: Manfred Symphony


7. WE CREATE – Tuesday 19:30, April 5, 2016


  • Bartók: Violin Concerto No. 2 (performed by Barnabás Kelemen – violin)
  • Brahms: Symphony No. 1

Conducted by: ÁDÁM MEDVECZKY

8. WE HOPE – Tuesday 19:30, May 03, 2016


  • Richard Strauss: Metamorphosen
  • W. A. Mozart: Requiem (performed by Klára Kolonits, Gabriella Balga, Gyula Rab, Krisztián Cser and the Debrecen Kodály Choir)

Conducted by: MÁTÉ HÁMORI

Prices of the season ticket planned for the Music Academy:

Season tiecket FALL / SPRING (4 concerts each):

  • Category 1: HUF 17,000
  • Category 2: HUF 13,500
  • Category 3: HUF 11,500
  • Category 4: HUF 9,000

Season ticket (8 concerts)

  • Category 1: HUF 33,000
  • Category 2: HUF 26,500
  • Category 3: HUF 22,000
  • Category 4: HUF 18,000

You may buy season tickets for the fall season here