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Season-Opening Concert – Franz Liszt Academy of Music – Grand Hall – 2021

The Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music is a music university and a concert hall in Budapest was founded in Hungary, on November, 14. 1875.

Wednesday, September, 22. 2021 – 7 p.m.

District, VI., 8. Liszt Ferenc Square – Budapest

Marcell Szabó (piano) – MÁV Symphony Orchester –
Conductor: Gábor Káli

Shostakovich: Festive Overture, Op. 96
Scriabin: Piano Concerto in F minor, Op. 20
Tchaikovsky : Symphony No. 5 (E minor), Op. 64

The performances of two young musicians in their thirties, who have already recorded many successes, make the season-opening concert of the MÁV Symphony Orchester memorable. Conductor Gábor Káli finished his studies in Budapest, which began in Budapest. In 2018, he won the Hong Kong International Conducting Competition and then also won the Nestlé and Salzburg Festival Conducting Competition. An internationally renowned conductor, he has achieved tremendous success at the Salzburg Festival, France, Germany‘s most prestigious opera houses and concert halls, Poland, Singapore, Finland, Ireland and, of course, Hungary.

Pianist Marcell Szabó graduated from the Academy of Music in 2012, winner of several international competitions. The concert presents a kind of cross-section of Russian music: Tchaikovsky composed in 1888 5.his symphony evokes the heyday of great romance. Alexander Scriabin in the XX. one of the major composers of the age leading to the music of the 19th century – his only piano concerto was presented in 1898. And Shostakovich struggled in the horrific conditions of the Stalinist Soviet Union to create – the imprint of this age is the Festive Overture composed in 1954.

Tickets available on the spot at the ticket box . Ticket price: 4500, 5000, 5500HUF.

Update Aggie Reiter

Exhibition – Ari Kupsus Gallery – Works by students of the Academy of Fine Arts Budapest.

 

 Exhibition Opening of works by students of the Academy of Fine Arts Budapest.

Furthermore, handing out of the scholarships of the Ari S. Kupsus Salon Concert Society

Wednesday, May, 9. 2018.

6 p.m. – 8 p.m.  

District, VIII. 23/b Bródy Sándor Str. Budapest

The exhibition will be on view till May, 18. 2018.

​ The Ari Kupsus Gallery signed an agreement with the Academy of Fine Arts in February 2010 in regards to its intent to arrange art exhibition every year in May for the Academy’s most promising 4th grade students of the Painting Faculty. The works on display at the gallery are chosen by a jury out of more than 300 works based on the portfolios submitted by the students.

The Ari S Kupsus Salon Concert Society has extended its charity activities from supporting of classical music students of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, since 1996, to the support of talented students of the Academy of Fine Arts Budapest. In addition to the scholarships awarded to the music students at the Gala Award Salon Concert held at the Embassy of Finland every year in February, this year eighteen scholarships in fine arts will be handed over by society’s Art Collectors Club to promising art students of the Painting Faculty at the Academy of Fine Arts.

The winners of these awards will be announced at the exhibition opening event.

Source: Ari Kupsus Gallery

Update Aggie Reiter

FLASHNEWS … ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS – EXHIBITION OPENING

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On Wednesday, May, 7. 2014. works by students of the Academy of Fine Arts and handing out the scholarships will be presented at the Ari S. Kupsus Salon Concert Society at District VIII. 23/a Bródy Sándor Street – Budapest starting sharp at 6 p.m.

The exhibition can be visited until Saturday, May, 23. 2014.

Quote: „The Ari Kupsus Gallery signed  an agreement with the Academy of Fine Arts in February 2010 in regards to its intent to arrange art exhibition every year in May for the Academy’s most promising 4th grade students. The works on display at the gallery are chosen by a jury out of more than 300 works based on the portfolios submitted by the students. The Ari S Kupsus Salon Concert Society has extended its charity activities from supporting of classical music students of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, since 1996, to the support of talented students of the Academy of Fine Arts Budapest. In addition to the scholarships awarded to the music students at the Gala Award Salon Concert held at the Embassy of Finland every year in February, this year ten scholarships in fine arts will be handed over by society’s Art Collectors Club to promising art students of the painting faculty at the Academy of Fine Arts.

The winners of these awards will be announced at the exhibition opening event.”

Updated by Aggie Reiter