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The Czech audience is justifiably proud of the nearly 90-year-old Prague Symphony Orchestra. The ensemble is marked by openness, versatility and deep understanding of their country's musical repertoire in its mother tongue.

A whole slew of musicals, film scores, pop songs and jazz records are credited to his name. What Hungarian isn't familiar with the big Dés hits: Nagy utazás (A Great Journey), Vigyázz rám (Watch Over Me), Olyan szépek voltunk (How Lovely We Were), A zene az kell (There Must Be Music), Legyen úgy! (So Be It!), Mi vagyunk a grund! (We Are The Playground!) - and the list could go on.

A sötétségtől a fényig, a drámától az örömünnepig juthatunk el azon a zenei-szellemi utazáson, amelyre a Concerto Budapest és zeneigazgatójuk, Keller András invitál bennünket karácsony előtt. .

A Kossuth-díjas Hot Jazz Band 2020-ban ünnepelte fennállásának harmincötödik évfordulóját, a kitartó rajongótáborával közös ünneplésre a világjárvány miatt azonban csak 2022-ben kerülhet sor a Bartók Béla Nemzeti Hangversenyteremben.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of György Ligeti, one of the most exciting composers of the 20th century, a constant seeker of new paths forward. Originally from Transylvania, he studied at Budapest's Liszt Academy and, after emigrating in 1956, produced his mature work in Western Europe.

A többszörös arany- és platinalemezes, Grammy-jelölt előadó a Müpában!

Some 20 years after the release of their first full-length album, the Norwegian pop duo Kings of Convenience will finally perform in Hungary. The concert promises to be a genuine sensation, given that the band is one of the most influential and finest proponents of acoustic pop music in the 21st century.

At the start of the 1990s, four superb musicians burst on to the post-bop jazz scene. Today, each of them has become one of the most highly esteemed performers of his chosen instrument. Together, they made their name as the Joshua Redman Quartet with the 1994 album MoodSwing.

2020 was the year of Beethoven: on December 16, we celebrated the 250th anniversary of his birth. By performing his greatest work now, three years after his jubilee, we are making up for the performances of March 2020 and 2021, which were both cancelled due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

The Müpa Budapest audience can once again enjoy the Hungarian Folk Ensemble's Christmas dance show, which made its debut last year to great acclaim. The performance presents Christmas Eve, the Christmas vigil and the joy and excitement of waiting, the games and traditions of folk origins and the Christian tradition of welcoming the birth of Jesus, as well as the fairytale-like, magical stories which have developed around this day.

A Metropole Orkest, ez a maga nemében páratlan formáció több mint hetvenöt éve hoz létre kiemelkedő produkciókat a világ vezető művészeivel a jazz, a pop, az elektronika és a világzene műfajában.

At the concerts of the Discoveries series, we have grown accustomed to meeting young talents from both Hungary and abroad - along with the unfamiliar and rarely appearing musical treasures they perform on these evenings.

There are operas that are coolly received by the audience at the premiere, and only slowly make their way to success. The fate of the troubadour was not like this: the premiere in Rome's Teatro Apollo on January 19, 1853 marked the beginning of the triumphant march of the work that has become legendary.

Up until the end of the 18th centuries, it was considered natural to expect composers writing liturgical works to adapt them to the framework of church ceremonies. Beethoven was a rebel in this regard as well: his ceremonial mass is the first piece of church music to break out of the walls of the church in every respect: scale, dimensions of sound, its system of musical gestures and emotionally.

A hideg november eleje az emlékezés időszaka, mindenszentekkor felkeressük a temetőket, elhunyt szeretteink emlékét ápoljuk. A templomokban és koncerttermekben gyászmisék szólnak, így a Müpában is.

"One of the most exciting personalities in the world of the historically informed performance of early music.” This is how critics laud the work of Chilean-born Catalina Vicens. Coming to Müpa Budapest together with the still-young but already famous organist and harpsichordist to perform a programme of rarities are her two ensembles: Ensemble Servir Antico and Trio Friman-Ambrosini-Vicens.

Those familiar with the history of flute-playing know that in the late 19th century and through the 20th century, France boasted numerous marvellous flautists, the kind who exerted a key influence on the history of how the instrument is played: Paul Taffanel, Marcel Moyse and Jean-Pierre Rampal, just to name the very greatest.

A 2005-ben alakult, nemcsak négy frontemberét - Sena, Busa, MC Columbo, MC Kemon -, de hangszereseit tekintve is klasszikus supergroupnak számító Irie Maffia az ország egyik legnépszerűbb zenekara.

Jean-Philippe Rameau's fourth opera, Castor et Pollux, is one of the composer's most successful efforts in the genre. The theme of the five-act work, which follows the traditions of tragédie en musique, comes from Greek mythology: the story of Jupiter's twin sons.

Wandering Gypsies leading adventurous lives and mean-spirited yet ridiculous nobles abusing their power are the main characters of the animated film Szaffi: this adaptation of Mór Jókai's classic novel The Gypsy Baron is by now well known by several generations.

There is nothing more sublime than getting in the Christmas spirit by listening to music. And there could be no more fitting composition to create an animated, uplifting atmosphere in the run-up to the festive season than Messiah, Handel's magnum opus which presents the life path of the Saviour.

Venetian trumpet. The title speaks for itself: a concert in which we hear Italian music from the 18th century throughout, most of it by Vivaldi, but also with other works from his contemporaries Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco, Tomaso Albinoni, Francesco Manfredini and Giuseppe Torelli.

On the night before Christmas Eve, what else could the Hungarian National Philharmonic and the Hungarian National Choir perform to create a sublime festive mood other than the music of Bach? In addition to the first three cantatas of the Christmas Oratorio, we will also get to hear another cantata by the great Baroque composer that is also related to the celebration of Christmas.

The Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra will pay tribute to the memory of its former artistic director Zoltán Kocsis by performing works from the kind of composers whose modes of expression shared an affinity with that of the great pianist and conductor.

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