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Festival Orchestra & Iván Fischer

Ein Abend mit Brahms
Grand Auditorium

  • Iván Fischer conducting the Budapest Festival Orchestra
    ©: Sébastien Grébille
  • Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider in a blue suit, playing the violin
    ©: Lars Gundersen

What you'll hear and see

The music

  • Johannes Brahms Ungarischer Tanz WoO 1/17(arr. Frigyes Hidas) Violinkonzert Ungarischer Tanz WoO 1/3 Symphonie N° 3

The artists

  • Budapest Festival Orchestra
  • Iván Fischer conducting
  • Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider violin

Enhance your experience

Vortrag Christiane Wiesenfeldt

Lecture in German

About «résonances»

The Hungarian Dances bear witness to Johannes Brahms’ fascination for the country that inspired them.

It is therefore fitting that the Budapest Festival Orchestra and its musical director Iván Fischer should propose an evening devoted entirely to this giant of German Romanticism. The programme includes the Violin Concerto, performed by virtuoso Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider, the Third Symphony, and the spirited Hungarian Dances, typical of the Central Europe that was so dear to Brahms.

Concert en hommage à Leurs Altesses Royales Le Grand-Duc Jean et La Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte


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  • Date Sunday 13.10.24
  • Time 19:30
  • Duration 105' including a break
  • Venue Grand Auditorium
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