Having graduated as a transport engineer, Gyula Szilágyi pursued studies as an organist at music schools in Debrecen and Amsterdam. After spending 11 years in the Netherlands, he lived in Portugal and Spain. His programme features two Bach arrangements of concertos by the short-lived Prince Johann Ernst of Saxe-Weimar (1696-1715).
Additional programmes will spice up the event in the Glass Hall and the Foyer; for example, the Bach Café and Bach Organ-workshop.
More info... about the Bach24 programme and tickets here.
Presented by: Palace of Arts
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