Liszt Academy — Solti Hall
12 October, 2021 | 8.00 pm
- 2000 Ft
- 2500 Ft
From Stravinsky and Ravel to Milhaud and Bartók, classical musicians have been known to maintain an interest in jazz, just as jazz musicians have displayed a fascination with classical music for decades, from Dave Brubeck and the Modern Jazz Quartet to Brad Mehldau. An internationally recognized pianist, Norbert Káel speaks both idioms with confidence, and the works of Liszt are a particularly fertile source of inspiration for a jazz musician like him. This concert focuses on the characteristic harmonic and melodic components of Liszt’s style, and includes such emblematic works as the Csárdás obstiné, the Consolation in D flat major, and Un sospiro.
This concert of the Liszt Fest is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint event with Liszt Academy.
1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8.
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