- 9 Dec 2016 8:00 AM
Kodály, who alongside being a composer, teacher of music and musicologist was one of the most influential public figures of the past century, had multiple ties – as student and teacher – to the Liszt Academy.
He graduated as a composer from the academy, and from 1907 he taught harmony in his alma mater and then later, for nearly two decades, composition; even after his ‘retirement’ he continued teaching folk music.
The evening’s celebration of this great individual includes major choral works by Kodály, together with his Serenade and several songs, all brought to stage – as is traditional for this event – with the input of accomplished artists.
Kodály: Serenade - Vilmos Szabadi, Yayoi Nakajima (violin); Péter Bársony (viola)
Kodály: Anna Molnár
Kodály: My Dear Flower…
Kodály: The little girl goes through the vineyard
Kodály: Wagon, carriage…
Kodály: The Heartless Wife
Kodály: In the Forest
Kodály: From distant mountains
Kodály: The young wife - Andrea Rost (soprano); Miklós Harazdy (piano)
Kodály: Fly, Peacock
Kodály Zoltán: To Ferenc Liszt - Váci Vox Humana / Conductor: Bence Sándor
Kodály: Hymn to King Stephen
Kodály: Communiun Anthem
Kodály: Jesus and the Traders - Alma Mater Choir / Conductor: Somos Csaba
Tickets: HUF 1 900
Venue: Liszt Academy
Address: 1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8.
Phone: +36 1 462 4600
Source: Liszt Academy