The broadcasts of the concerts are available on the Philharmonic Hungary’s Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo channels for free of charge. Classical music lovers can choose from almost 20 online concerts in March.
The Thursday program of Kodály Choir’s Debrecen will also feature works by Byrd, Palestrina, Bach and contemporary artists, performed by cellist Dénes Karasszon and pianist Olga Vojevogyina, and hosted by conductor János Arany, music teacher.
Mozart’s Serenata Notturna and Violin Concerto in A major and Tchaikovsky’s 4th Orchestral Suite in G major will be performed on Friday by the Savaria Symphony Orchestra, with the participation of violinist László Nyári and conductor Gergely Vajda.
On Sunday, 7th March, soprano Katalin Szutrély and pianist Mihály Berecz will perform works by Mozart, Schubert, Schumann and Brahms. On March 8, a joint evening of Erika Miklósa, János Balázs and István Horváth awaits the audience.
The Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra will make its debut in the virtual concert hall of the Philharmonic on 10th of March with the participation of violinist Kirill Troussov, while the concert of the Miskolc Symphony Orchestra will feature works of Bartók and Richard Strauss The pianist will be Jénes Várjon and it will be conducted by János Kovács.
The March programs also include a concert by the Savaria Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ádám Cser, a children’s program entitled “Small Hands – Great Masters” performed by the Szeged Symphony Orchestra, the Kodály Philharmonic Evening in Debrecen, and the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Gérard Korsten.