Monthly Archives: October 2012

Maestro Kocsis has left the hospital

  Zoltán Kocsis’ further improvement has made it possible that he was dismissed by the György Gottsegen National Institute of Cardiology where he went through an operation on the 20th of September and had been taken care of since then.   The Maestro and his family would like to express their gratitude for the literally […]

Mozart from behind the piano

A concerto and a Schubert mass featuring an internationally-renowned soloists and conductor. After the concert of 18 October, tonight’s programme again presents one of the Austrian composer’s last works which also happens to be one of his longest masses, the E-flat major, written for the largest group of performers. Interestingly, Schubert borrowed the main theme […]

Krylov and H. Williams – Violin and piety

The first half of the concert presents a concerto by Sostakovich dating from 1948, the second a mass dating from the 1830s. The soloist is one of the most outstanding performers of the Russian repertoire, Sergej Krylov who has, since 2009, been active as artistic director of the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra and a regular guest […]