Budapest Festival Orchestra Baroque Ensemble


  • 26 Sep 2018 7:45 PM
  • Mupa
Budapest Festival Orchestra Baroque Ensemble
Adam Jarzębski was an indispensable figure in the sparkling cultural life of 17th century Poland. While he was not an innovator, his early Baroque compositions are full of things to discover.

The concert's artistic director, Eszter Lesták Bedő treated audiences at the orchestra's Sándor Végh Memorial Concert in 2017 to Bach's fateful Violin Concerto in D minor. The piece's original score was lost, and the composer later adapted the work as a concerto for harpsichord.

You will now hear the reconstructed original piece interpreted by the violinist of the Budapest Festival Orchestra.
Place: Mupa
Address: 1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1.
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