László Fassang and Attila Kun have compiled a programme from the works of three composers. The idea for this cooperation came from Fassang, who explains: "My wife Ditta Rohmann once played Kodály's Sonata for Solo Cello, with choreography by Attila Kun. I liked it so much that I thought of it immediately when the idea for this concert first arose. I was curious to see how a contemporary choreographer might be inspired by the organ - in this case the organ of the Palace of Arts.”...
Presented by: Palace of Arts
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