CAFe Budapest | The Faces of the Clarinet
Márton Illés: Három akvarell klarinétra (Three Aquarelles for Clarinet)
Samu Gryllus: OutOnStage Monument 1
Vito Žuraj: Chrisantemum
Máté Bella: Something Happened
Jörg Widmann: Drei Schattentänze (Three Shadow Dances)
Balázs Horváth: Fake Polyphony
- Eszter Krulik [4, 6], Duru Seong  – violin
- Rahel Krämer [1, 3], Villő Oláh [4, 6] – cello
- Kirill Ribakov [1, 3, 5], Péter Szűcs [2, 4, 6] – clarinet
- György Gyivicsán [4, 6] – trombone
- Márton Illés [1, 3] – piano
- János Nevelő  – percussion
- Conductor: Balázs Horváth 
Jointly presented by the Budapest Liszt Academy and the Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe, this concert features musicians who have completed their DLA studies, along with performers and creators who are also active as educators. The clarinet plays an important part in each of the works performed, as do the clarinet players, Péter Szűcs and Kyrill Rybakov. Each composition prompts important questions that are more difficult to answer in the framework of conventional concert practices and genre traditions, and some of them, like Samu Gryllus’s piece, also embrace the sister arts (film, theatre).
Tickets are available for 2000 HUF on the spot,
online at cafebudapestfest.hu, and at InterTicket Jegypont partners across Hungary.
An event jointly organized with CAFe Budapest.