Most trends in 20th-century modernist music were openly hostile to the aesthetic of 19th-century Romanticism, and reconquered for themselves the music of older eras, that of the Baroque period or the Middle Ages. Yet Romanticism was rehabilitated during the decades of postmodernism, bringing revolutionary pathos (Levente Gyöngyösi), irony and nostalgia (György Orbán), and transcendent virtuosity (László Dubrovay) back into vogue with composers.
György Orbán: Serenade No. 4
László Dubrovay: Piano Concerto No. 2 (Concerto romantico)
Levente Gyöngyösi: God Image
Date and time: 18 October 2016, Tuesday - 7:30 pm — 10:30 pm - one interval
Venue: Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
Address: 1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.
Ticket prices: HUF 2200 / HUF 2500 / HUF 3500 / HUF 4500