Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra
Budapest Spring Festival from March 19 to April 5 2010 with a bevy of stars of world involves above all a mutual inspiration between classicism and modernity, what could even serve as Festival motto: held on the mediation of classical values, and we also think it very important to save space the new impulses. Reliable pillar of the Spring Festival in Budapest over the past 30 years were the Budapest Festival Orchestra and the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra. The former Orchestra surprised the audience with a Beethoven evening, the Philharmonic is, the traditions according to Bartok’s birthday, with a Bartok concert of full of surprises in the program. The Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra was a participant of the Festival from the outset, this time the Orchestra in the final concert occurs with two world famous young musicians, the Russian pianist Denis Matsuev and Gabor Boldoczki trumpet artist. This time, our host country is Denmark. From this country in the far north with a varied Culture is one of the oldest ballet troupe, which Royal Danish Ballet and also the extremely original formation Hotel pro forma provides us a visit down to enchant the audience with their classic and at the same time but also touching beautiful productions. The world-famous choir Ars Nova Copenhagen builds on the interaction between old and new, archaic and modern.
The audience in Budapest can learn Carl Nielsen, the modern classic of Danish music, in concert the Danish Orchestra know National Chamber, in overcoming the language barriers adam Fischer, an excellent interpreter\”, help. The Trio con Brio Copenhagen plays Chamber music fans, is also a work by Bent Sorensen, an outstanding personality of the new Danish music on the program. This year’s focus country operates not only with music and dance traditions according to, but presents also its visual arts exhibitions. It comes to the Festival opening ceremony at the Ludwig Museum, where the interested public Works by Danish artists and groups of artists can be seen.