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Muzsikás

Muzsikás, joined by the Škampa Quartet

Sunday 13 November 7.30pm
Trinity Church, Mansel Road, SW19 4AA
Tickets: £30/£24/£18 (Student £5)

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As Hungary’s leading folk ensemble, it’s only fitting that Muzsikás should investigate the folk connections of Hungary’s greatest composer, Béla Bartók... These are great performances of well-chosen music that resonate very deeply.

Gramophone
Mihály Sipos violin, citera, vocal
László Porteleki violin, koboz, vocal
Péter Éri viola, mandolin, flutes, vocal
Dániel Hamar bass, gardon, vocal

The concert will include: Bartók violin Duos, String Quartet movements, Sonatina, Romanian Dances, and Kodály String Quartet No. 2, interwoven with traditional Hungarian tunes and source material.

The celebrated Hungarian folk ensemble, Muzsikás, has enjoyed an unrivalled career worldwide spanning 40 years, combining traditional music with the classical compositions of Bartók, Kodály, Kurtag and Ligeti, often in joint concerts with renowned classical musicians such as András Schiff, the Takács Quartet, and the Škampa Quartet.

For more information visit
www.muzsikas.hu
www.skampaquartet.cz

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Note – the Festival reserves the right to make changes to the published programmes