Leaving his wunderkind years behind him, Baráti won places on the podium at a number of international competitions, prominent among them the third place he achieved at the 1997 Queen Elisabeth Competition, where he was the youngest finalist. After coming under the wing of his mentor Eduard Wulfson, a champion of the legacy of Milstein, Menuhin and Szeryng, Baráti once more pitted his skills against his contemporaries, winning first prize in the 2010 Paganini Competition in Moscow, known as the Oscars for violinists. The Kossuth Prize-winning Hungarian violinist, who plays on a 1703 Stradivarius, demonstrated his exceptional abilities, virtuosity, profound musicality and daring, adventurous personality by recording all of Bach's works for solo violin, Beethoven's complete sonatas for violin and piano, and two of Paganini's violin concertos. He performs one of the latter at this concert, as well as a bravura piece by Ravel dedicated to Bartók's highly influential chamber partner Jelly d'Arányi. Like the approximately contemporaneous Firebird Suite, this is a deserving favourite in concert halls.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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Refreshments – Without the Queue
Thanks to our new catering service at the Átrium Snack Bar, you can forget about waiting in line during intermissions for some refreshments and get your order prepped especially for you by the time the intermission actually starts. Find out more about pre-ordering here.