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We believe that there are no limits to the Müpa Budapest experience. We would like, even during this extraordinary situation, for our fantastic audience to still be able to encounter the world's most outstanding and thrilling artists each evening – this time in their own homes. It is precisely for this reason that we have decided to unlock our media library for everyone over the weeks to come and – each night at the familiar times: 7.30 pm or 8 pm, depending on genre – open Müpa Budapest's virtual concert hall and auditoriums by providing access to a single unforgettable performance from past years, which we'll transmit on our website, our Facebook page and our YouTube channel.

In fact, as a member of the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO), our collective international efforts mean that we will also be whisking away visitors to our Facebook page to different prestigious concert halls around Europe, from Lisbon and Hamburg to London – trusting that this will make evenings at home more pleasant. Take good care, and let's continue to stick together!

 

 

3 April 2020, Friday 7:30 pm

Denis Matsuev's Piano Recital

One of the world's celebrated pianists, who regularly demonstrates his exceptional technical and physical abilities in Hungarian concert halls, Denis Matsuev is a charismatic personality. His impeccable playing and his seemingly ungovernable keenness to improvise are equally captivating...
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4 April 2020, Saturday 8 pm

Bobby McFerrin: circlesongs

This American singer and composer is a boundary-pushing, tireless ‘seeker', whose life tells its own story of his constant exploration into self-knowledge and the artistic spirit. Time after time, he has redefined both his own music and his place in the music world, while each of his concerts is a unique, unrepeatable, ‘go-with-the-flow' experience for the audience. ..
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5 April 2020, Sunday 8 pm

London Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonie Luxembourg

A a member of the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO), our collective international efforts mean that we will be whisking away visitors to our Facebook page to different prestigious concert halls around Europe, from Lisbon and Hamburg to London.

 


 

6 April 2020, Monday 8 pm

Barcelona Symphony Orchestra

L’Auditori Barcelona

A a member of the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO), our collective international efforts mean that we will be whisking away visitors to our Facebook page to different prestigious concert halls around Europe, from Lisbon and Hamburg to London.

 


 

7 April 2020, Tuesday 8 pm

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach programme

Konserthuset Stockholm

A a member of the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO), our collective international efforts mean that we will be whisking away visitors to our Facebook page to different prestigious concert halls around Europe, from Lisbon and Hamburg to London.

 


 

8 April 2020, Wednesday 8 pm

Tzumo Dimensions feat. Melissa Aldana

During his career to date, 36-year-old pianist Tzumo Árpád Oláh has moved in exciting musical circles. A string of competition victories at home and abroad, studies at the most prestigious institutions in the United States (Berklee College of Music and the Thelonious Monk Institute), collaborations with Hungarian and global stars ...
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9 April 2020, Thursday 8 pm

Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1

Konzerthaus Dortmund

A a member of the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO), our collective international efforts mean that we will be whisking away visitors to our Facebook page to different prestigious concert halls around Europe, from Lisbon and Hamburg to London.

 


 

10 April 2020, Friday 7:30 pm

René Jacobs and the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin

René Jacobs, who started his career as a singer, and then rose to the top echelon of conductors specializing in old music, is known as a musician who likes to explore and often makes surprising discoveries...
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11 April 2020, Saturday 11 am

István Csukás 80

One of the most influential linguistic inventors of contemporary Hungarian literature is István Csukás, whose tales have nourished the minds of generations of children. Exceptionally rich as the Hungarian children's book scene is, few of its authors are capable of what Csukás can do: inhabit the children's world, see through their eyes, become a child again...
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11 April 2020, Saturday 3 pm

Hangzó Helikon 10.0

In the flowering of the folk and world music movement in Hungary, the genre of "sung verse” accompanied by folk instruments has played a highly significant role. Ferenc Sebő made his mark singing the verse of József Attila, while the Kaláka Ensemble has been synonymous for some 45 years with the setting of poetic masterpieces to music...
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11 April 2020, Saturday 7 pm

Nyugat 2008–1908

Compiled by Pál Réz, Szabolcs Várady Sets: Csörsz Khell Costume: Lili Izsák Music: Ferenc Darvas Dramaturg: Szandra Boskovics Director: Pál Mácsai “For us Hungarians Nyugat was the greatest intellectual and spiritual renewal following the Reform era. […] We should not forget that István Tisza, the highly respected prime minister...
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