The concert is influenced by the romantic tradition of pianists and composers passionately improvising, alongside revising notorious operas and songs. The pieces played will range from Bach to Liszt, and expand through the improvisations of György Cziffra and János Balázs, showcasing the 200-year tradition of the performer becoming the companion of the creative artist. This is how János Balázs would like to call attention to the life of this art form in classical music, as well as pay tribute to the memory of György Cziffra.
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Co-organizers: Schott Music and Sheva Collection
J. S. Bach–Busoni: Prelude and Fugue in D major, BWV 532,
Wagner–Liszt: Isolde’s Love Death,
Liszt–Balázs: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6,
Saint-Saëns–Balázs: The Swan,
Puccini–Balázs: Lauretta’s Aria,
Mendelssohn–Liszt: A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
Brahms–Cziffra–Balázs: Hungarian Dance No. 5,
Brahms–Cziffra–Balázs: Hungarian Dance No. 6,
J. Strauss–Balázs: Reminiscences Paraphrase,
J. Hill–Balázs: Happy Birthday Maestro Georges Cziffra (Variations in the style of Mozart, Beethoven, Liszt and Gershwin)
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