Back from its Japan tour, filled with new impressions and fresh inspiration, Concerto Budapest continues its programmes in Budapest.
On 3 May, the last Manó show of the season starts at 11am at Zeneház with Gábor Iván, tackling the theme Fast and slow. In mid May, Concerto Budapest returns to Ferenc Liszt Music Academy with a double concert: on 16 and 17 May, pianist Kathia Buniatishvili will appear as their special guest, playing Chopin. On the same night, the National Male Choir in cooperation with Concerto Budapest will perform Beethoven’s Symphony 9. The orchestra will be conducted by András Keller.
A conclusion to the month will be a concert on 26 May at MÜPA, featuring Schubert and Mahler’s Death and the Maiden, and Mahler’s Song of the Earth. For this programme, Ildikó Komlósi and Attila Fekete will join the orchestra.