Commemorate the Dead – Pannon Philharmonic Orchester – Giuseppe Verdi – Requiem – Pécs

Concert in the memory of the deceased.

In the coming days will be All Saints Remembrance Day AND we must remember also by mentioning the digital hate that  is twirling around  our planet which have had taken lives away of 11 person faithful to their religion during the service at the Synagogue attack in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania US. last Saturday.

The Pannon Philharmonic symphony orchestra – Kodály Center – Concert 

Wednesday, October, 31. 2018. – Pécs

Giuseppe Verdi’s monumental Requiem has also disturbing and comforting those who had died commemorations evening. Pannon Philharmonic concert will begin at 7 p.m. in front of the audience members remember their loved ones to ignite candles at the entrance of the Kodály Center.

There are those iconic masterpieces that almost encapsulate an entire musical genre within themselves and the requiem by Verdi’s renowned compositions. Compose perhaps the most beautiful opera in his well-established career.  It ultimately grew from just an opera into an entire evening mass … A Requiem. Featuring: Klára Kolonits – soprano, Andrea Szántó – alt, István Kovácsházi – tenor, Gábor Gáza – bass, Hungarian State Opera House (by: Csiki Gábor) Conductor: Tibor Bogányi

Those who come to hear this concert can talk about Verdi about death, life, mourning, fear, hope, resurrection, all of which we all face once.

(… The orchestra of Pécs, boasting over 200 years of history, has been going through a spectacular improvement for one and a half decades, making it a dominant orchestra and brand of the country. Since 2010, Pannon Philharmonic has been a resident orchestra of the Kodály Center, a concert hall boasting the best acoustics in Hungary.

The orchestra has not only met success in Pécs; they had a series of sold-out performances in Budapest at the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall since the opening of the Müpa, and also performed in the most significant concert halls of European capitals from Zürich through Vienna to the Grand Concert Hall of the Berlin Philharmonic…)

Update by Aggie Reiter

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