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Hungarian Chamber Music for Saxophones
20
March
2020
BMC
Library
20 March 2020. 6:00 pm
Budapest Music Center - Library
1093 Budapest, Mátyás utca 8.



Since art has existed, there has been experimentation too. The mixing of new colors in painting, the more realistic portrayal of people in sculpture, and many more evident variables that justifiably raise the question: what can be renewed in music? Of course, anyone who is a bit familiar with the world of music knows that there are many factors that can cause a turn at any time that changes the soundscape of a given age.

In essence, the saxophone is the result of such an experiment, which has been engaging the imagination of composers for 170 years. Since its creation, saxophone fascinated composers to imagine what sounds can be made from such a new instrument. There were some who tried to incorporate it into hundreds of years of symphonic culture - with less success - and some who realized that saxophone needed his own style like the violin. The most well-known expression of this "style" is jazz, but the other side - if we may say so - is a bit more exciting.

Other instruments also have a set of tones that are out of place in the classical music world. The saxophone is in a very distinguished position, and this aptitude could be mixed with another experiment: with the play of emotions. It is the musical trend that started in the 20th century, which opened up a whole new world of music that brought free thoughts and emotions to the forefront, and composers rediscovered the versatility of the saxophone. Be it a transcription or imitation of a dentist's drill, saxophone is one of the first instruments when it comes to expressing human thoughts and emotions.

Students of the Classical Saxophone Department of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music will perform at our concert.


Program
:

Miklós MAROS
(1943-): Musica da Caccia (1997)

Iván PATACHICH (1922-1993): Trio (1987)

József SOPRONI
(1930-): Four Movements (1978)

László SÁRY (1940-): Incanto (1969)

Jenő TAKÁCS
(1902-2005): Two Fantastics, Op. 88 (1969)

Péter EÖTVÖS
(1944-): Lectures différentes (2014)

Csaba TÜZKŐ (1964-): Scherzo (2020)


Featuring:

Zsófia Nagy, Szilárd Katona, Szilárd Susovich, Marcell Vincze, Máté Bencze, Flórián Daradics, Zsolt Ferenczi - saxophone

Erzsébet Kerek - piano

  
Host of the evening:

Erzsébet Seleljo
- Teacher of the Classical Saxophone Department of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music


Free entry! Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis!

Info:
bmc.hu


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