THE “ZOLTÁN KODÁLY” WORLD YOUTH ORCHESTRA AND MR. ZOLTÁN VÁSÁRY JOINT CONCERT

 

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YOUNG MUSICIAN FOR THE ELDERLY! 

Wednesday, July, 25. 2012,  at 8 p.m.

“Városmajor” Open-Air Theater – was built on the Buda-side of Budapest in the popular park of Városmajor.

The theater has nearly 1000 seats.

Mr. Zoltán Vásáry  and the Zoltán Kodály World Youth  Orchestra’s concert. This is going to be a traditional charity concert. It focus on the set of the values within of the EU Thematic Year as intergenerational solidarity on Active Ageing.  

The youth talented orchestra will be arriving to Budapest after their closing concert at the “KZIV” Summer Academy from the City of Debrecen. After the Budapest’s concert, they will be heading to Milan, to participate at the Milan’s youth international concert. This will be their first stop appearing on stage abroad.

This year, at the concert will be featuring compiled works by Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco – Overture, Franz Liszt: Hungarian Fantasy – piano solo works: jr. János Balázs, Johannes Brahms: II. symphony. Pendant conductor: Máté Hámori  and Mr. Tamás Vásáry, the conductor.

The Open-Air Theater’s organizer and the artists of the concert from the University of Debrecen, Faculty of Music  wish to pull  more attention to each other,  especially to respect the elder ones and  focus attention of appreciation.

The Open-Air Theater has a tradition in offering the incomes to several fields of charities. Same goes this year as well.

The main patron:  Dr. Csaba Latorca, Deputy State Secretary for Relations with Civil Society at the National Department of Human Resources.

This year, at the concert will be featuring compiled works by Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco – Overture, Franz Liszt: Hungarian Fantasy – piano solo works: jr. János Balázs, Johannes Brahms: II. symphony. Pendant conductor: Máté Hámori and Mr. Tamás Vásáry, the conductor.

Price of supporter ticket:1000HUF

Buy tickets online through: www.szabadter.hu

By calling: +36  1  375 59 22

Personally, at the “szabdtér”  ticket office: District VI.  68. Nagymező Street  – Budapest

Open Monday to Friday from: 9  a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Also will be available before the concert on the spot at the ticket box.

 

No excuse is excepted by having second thoughts of going or not. No need to have Hungarian language knowledge.

All you need is sharp ears.

Update by Aggie Reiter

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