Monthly Archives: December 2012

Spectacular and exciting – The Nutcracker, according to the original intention of Tchaikovsky

Marie, Drosselmeyer, the Mouse King, Councillor Stahlbaum, Confiturembourg, Christmas tree, gift boxes and of course the Nutcracker Prince come together in the essential musical theatrical event of Christmas. Produced in collaboration with the Budapest Vocal School, the Kolibri Theatre Company, the performance last year was so successful we decided to stage it again this year. […]

We Wish You a Happy New Year

Our first concert in January, 2013Under the baton of Zsolt Hamar and with the participation of a world-famous violinist, the orchestra takes us to fin-de-si?cle Vienna.   One of the leading figures of the period, Alexander Zemlinsky, created this setting of Psalm 83 as a young man in 1900 while having an affair with one […]

A Little Christmas

“A journey in time and space by means of the much-loved Christmas song…”     A Little Christmas Christmas is the feast of the birth of Christ and a celebration of love, but together with many other countries, we also make merry on the occasion of the winter solstice. With Christmas approaching, the tune of […]

Zoltán Kocsis returns to stage after heart operation

After his recent successful heart operation, our Chief Music Director and Conductor, Zoltan Kocsis will return to the stage in the Palace of Arts on December 22, when he will conduct Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker. Kocsis said his doctors had told him he could safely return to work by then. He was asked about his illness, the […]

American conductor, “pioneering works”

The noted American conductor, the music director of the Kansas City Symphony Michael Stern , son of violinist Isaac Stern, will be conducting three remarkable pieces from the 20th century. Novelty and originality are common to all of them.   Special offer! John Cage exhibition and back stage tour. Click here for details.   This […]