"My relationship to St. Elizabeth is particularly gentle. Like she, I was born in Hungary, and I spent twelve years that were key to my life and career in Thuringia, very close to the castle of Wartburg, where she lived, and to Marburg, where she died.”
The Hungarian National Philharmonic will be conducted by their musical director, Zsolt Hamar. The title role of the oratorio will be sung by Brigitta Kele, who made her debut at Cluj-Napoca's Romanian National Opera, regularly performs in Düsseldorf, Paris, Avignon and Strasbourg, and was featured in the last season in the New York Metropolitan's production of La bohème.
Presented by: Budapest Spring Festival
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