HUNGARIAN WORKS FOR CLARINET
25 November 2023. 6:00 pm
Budapest Music Center - Library
1093 Budapest, Mátyás utca 8.
The clarinet's rich and versatile sounds and its range of 4 octves have made it at home in many musical genres, from classical music to jazz, folk and contemporary music. In the 20th and 21st centuries, the instrument has become a key player in the discovery of modern compositional techniques, while retaining its ties to Hungarian folk music roots in the oeuvre of many Hungarian composers.
Its use reflects not only the changing shape of Hungarian music, but also the adaptability of the clarinet as a tool of artistic expression in the hands of skilled musicians and innovative composers. The concert of the Clarinet Department of the Liszt Academy will present this wide palette through contemporary Hungarian works.
Students of the clarinet department of the Academy of Music: Kincső Puklics, Lara Ramšak, Béla Lakatos, Domonkos Tóth, József Zsupos, Matthew Svec, Kristóf, Oszecsinszkij
Free entry! Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.