Andras Keller conductor
Angela Hewitt piano
Enescu Romanian Rhapsody No.1
Mozart Piano Concerto No.23 (Angela Hewitt)
Kodály Dances of Galánta
Beethoven Symphony No.5
Opening the concert with much gusto is Enescu’s richly orchestrated Romanian Rhapsody No.1, the perfect piece to showcase the virtuosic ensemble of Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra. This will be followed by Mozart’s sublime Piano Concerto No.23, with distinguished Canadian pianist Angela Hewitt performing alongside the orchestra. The second half of the concert begins with a quintessentially Hungarian performance of Kodály’s delightful Dances Galánta. And, to conclude the concert, will be Beethoven’s Symphony No.5, arguably the most famous symphony ever composed, with its iconic four-note opening motif. This concert promises to be a real feast of Eastern and Western European music, not to be missed.
Travel & Dining
Purchase discounted parking (evening concerts only) and reduced price Metrolink tram tickets along with your concert tickets.