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Amedinda Percussion Group 
Photographer: Szilvia Csibi / Müpa Budapest
Percussion Day
Liszt Academy
5th April, 2020 11.00 am

#cancelled

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GRAND HALL

11 am Amadinda Percussion Group
Aurél Holló – Zoltán Váczi: Hagyományok (Traditions) Part 1 – The winning number / beFORe JOHN⁷
Steve Reich: Mallet Quartet
Bob Becker: Mudra
Bruno Mantovani: Moi, jeu…
Georges Aperghis: Le corps à corps
Aurél Holló: Gamelan-bound / beFORe JOHN²
Featuring: Marianna Bednarska [4, 5], Michael Burritt [3], Tamás Schlanger [6], Mátyás Sirokai [6] – percussion

3 pm Third Coast Percussion
Michael Burritt: The Fragile Corridor
Peter Martin: Bend
Augusta Read Thomas: Resounding Earth – Movement 2
Devonté Hynes: Perfectly Voiceless (arranged by Third Coast Percussion)
Philip Glass: Perpetulum
David Skidmore: Torched and Wrecked
Featuring: Michael Burritt [1] – percussion

7.30 pm Closing concert of the Percussion Day
Anders Koppel: Concerto No. 2 for Marimba and String Orchestra – Hungarian premiere
Philip Glass: Concerto Fantasy for Two Timpanists and Orchestra
Emmanuel Séjourné: Vibes and Strings – Hungarian premiere
Mike Perdue: Meta-Marimba – Hungarian premiere
J. S. Bach: Violin sonata C major, BWV 1005 – III. Largo
Pat Metheny – Lyle Mays: Imaginary Day – Duo Concerto for Vibraphone, Marimba and Orchestra (arranged by Christopher Deviney) – Hungarian premiere
Featuring: Emmanuel Séjourné [3, 6] – vibraphone, She-e Wu [4, 5, 6], Marianna Bednarska [1] – marimba, Tomohiro Ando [2], Szabolcs Joó [2] – timpani, Concerto Budapest
Conductor: Zoltán Rácz

SOLTI HALL

12.30 pm Tambuco Percussion Ensemble
Héctor Infanzón: El Devenir de la Noche
Raúl Tudón: Soundscape I – Hungarian premiere
Leopoldo Novoa: ¿Sábe cómo e’?
Ravel: String Quartet in F major – 2nd movement, Assez vif – très rythmé (arranged by Tambuco Percussion Ensemble)
Paul Barker: Stone Song, Stone Dance
José Luis Castillo: Estudio Geométrico – Hungarian premiere

4.30 pm Kai Strobel’s Percussion Recital
John Psathas: One Study One Summary
Xenakis: Rebonds A
Anders Koppel: Fair Wind – world premiere
Alexej Gerassimez: Asventuras
Andrew Thomas: Merlin
François Sarhan: Homework

6.15 pm Makoto Ozone (piano) and Richárd Szaniszló (vibraphone) in Concert
Featuring: Ádám Bögöthy – double bass, Tamás Hidász

One of the most resounding successes of the 2012 Budapest Spring Festival was an all-day series of concerts with percussion in its focus, featuring Zoltán Kocsis, József Balog, Gábor Farkas, Fülöp Ránki, the Hungarian National Choir, Amadinda Percussion Group and foreign guests. This new instalment of the festival also presents great artists, such as the Polish prodigy, Marianna Bednarska, who has finished first at no less than nineteen domestic and international competitions, including those in Paris (2009), Fermo, Italy (2008) and Plovdiv, Bulgaria (2007).
Third Coast Percussion, a Chicago-based, Grammy Award-winning quartet, brings a captivating contemporary programme, and they will feature Michael Burritt, a percussionist who is also known as a composer. Tambuco Percussion, a group of four wonderful Mexican musicians will perform in Solti Hall, while the pianist Makoto Ozone and Richárd Szaniszló, whose instruments of choice is the vibraphone, will represent jazz at the Percussion Day. Kai Strobel, who has a host of recent competition wins to his name, arrives from Germany.

These concerts of the Budapest Spring Festival are presented by Müpa Budapest.

Liszt Academy
1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8.

Percussion Day

Amedinda Percussion Group 
Photographer: Szilvia Csibi / Müpa Budapest
GRAND HALL

11 am Amadinda Percussion Group
Aurél Holló – Zoltán Váczi: Hagyományok (Traditions) Part 1 – The winning number / beFORe JOHN⁷
Steve Reich: Mallet Quartet
Bob Becker: Mudra
Bruno Mantovani: Moi, jeu…
Georges Aperghis: Le corps à corps
Aurél Holló: Gamelan-bound / beFORe JOHN²
Featuring: Marianna Bednarska [4, 5], Michael Burritt [3], Tamás Schlanger [6], Mátyás Sirokai [6] – percussion

3 pm Third Coast Percussion
Michael Burritt: The Fragile Corridor
Peter Martin: Bend
Augusta Read Thomas: Resounding Earth – Movement 2
Devonté Hynes: Perfectly Voiceless (arranged by Third Coast Percussion)
Philip Glass: Perpetulum
David Skidmore: Torched and Wrecked
Featuring: Michael Burritt [1] – percussion

7.30 pm Closing concert of the Percussion Day
Anders Koppel: Concerto No. 2 for Marimba and String Orchestra – Hungarian premiere
Philip Glass: Concerto Fantasy for Two Timpanists and Orchestra
Emmanuel Séjourné: Vibes and Strings – Hungarian premiere
Mike Perdue: Meta-Marimba – Hungarian premiere
J. S. Bach: Violin sonata C major, BWV 1005 – III. Largo
Pat Metheny – Lyle Mays: Imaginary Day – Duo Concerto for Vibraphone, Marimba and Orchestra (arranged by Christopher Deviney) – Hungarian premiere
Featuring: Emmanuel Séjourné [3, 6] – vibraphone, She-e Wu [4, 5, 6], Marianna Bednarska [1] – marimba, Tomohiro Ando [2], Szabolcs Joó [2] – timpani, Concerto Budapest
Conductor: Zoltán Rácz

SOLTI HALL

12.30 pm Tambuco Percussion Ensemble
Héctor Infanzón: El Devenir de la Noche
Raúl Tudón: Soundscape I – Hungarian premiere
Leopoldo Novoa: ¿Sábe cómo e’?
Ravel: String Quartet in F major – 2nd movement, Assez vif – très rythmé (arranged by Tambuco Percussion Ensemble)
Paul Barker: Stone Song, Stone Dance
José Luis Castillo: Estudio Geométrico – Hungarian premiere

4.30 pm Kai Strobel’s Percussion Recital
John Psathas: One Study One Summary
Xenakis: Rebonds A
Anders Koppel: Fair Wind – world premiere
Alexej Gerassimez: Asventuras
Andrew Thomas: Merlin
François Sarhan: Homework

6.15 pm Makoto Ozone (piano) and Richárd Szaniszló (vibraphone) in Concert
Featuring: Ádám Bögöthy – double bass, Tamás Hidász

One of the most resounding successes of the 2012 Budapest Spring Festival was an all-day series of concerts with percussion in its focus, featuring Zoltán Kocsis, József Balog, Gábor Farkas, Fülöp Ránki, the Hungarian National Choir, Amadinda Percussion Group and foreign guests. This new instalment of the festival also presents great artists, such as the Polish prodigy, Marianna Bednarska, who has finished first at no less than nineteen domestic and international competitions, including those in Paris (2009), Fermo, Italy (2008) and Plovdiv, Bulgaria (2007).
Third Coast Percussion, a Chicago-based, Grammy Award-winning quartet, brings a captivating contemporary programme, and they will feature Michael Burritt, a percussionist who is also known as a composer. Tambuco Percussion, a group of four wonderful Mexican musicians will perform in Solti Hall, while the pianist Makoto Ozone and Richárd Szaniszló, whose instruments of choice is the vibraphone, will represent jazz at the Percussion Day. Kai Strobel, who has a host of recent competition wins to his name, arrives from Germany.

These concerts of the Budapest Spring Festival are presented by Müpa Budapest.

Liszt Academy
5th April, 2020 11.00 am

#cancelled

Click on the title of the concert to purchase tickets.
Liszt Academy
1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8.

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