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We kindly inform our audience that the premiere of Philip Glass: Les Enfants Terribles (The Holy Terrors) has been rescheduled from 30 October to 21 November, 7pm. The world premiere of János Vajda: The Imaginary Invalid, or, The Cabal of Hypocrites has also been rescheduled from 24 October to 30 October, 8 pm. The tickets already purchased are valid for the new dates, or may be redeemed at festival’s website until the performances begin.

The premiere of Julian Philips: The Yellow Sofa has been rescheduled from 18 October to 5 November, 7 pm. The tickets already purchased are valid for the performance on 5 November, or may be redeemed at festival’s website until the performance begins.

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New Hungarian Music Forum 2020

New Hungarian Music Forum 2020

10th October, 2020
7.30 pm

Budapest Music Center — Concert Hall
Featuring:
Tamás Pálfalvi – trumpet, UMZE Ensemble
Conductor:
László Tihanyi
Sponsors:
This concert of the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint event with Budapest Music Center.

Ticket prices: 1500 Ft

Budapest Music Center

Mátyás utca 8.
+36 1 216 7894

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New Hungarian Music Forum 2020 Composition Competition 
Photographer: Gábor Kotschy / CAFe Budapest

New Hungarian Music Forum 2020

The finals of the chamber music category
  1. Dániel Dinyés: Capriccio – world premiere
  2. Ármin Cservenák: Silver – world premiere
  3. Marcell Dargay: RICERCAR – Hommage à Béla Bartók – world premiere
  4. Balázs Horváth: quasi ciaccona metrica – world premiere

The New Hungarian Music Forum composition competition is a unique opportunity for young and middle-generation composers to present such works to the public that employ large ensembles. The primary objective of the competition is to encourage and support the creation of new pieces, and to foster lasting cooperation between composers and orchestras. Judit Varga, Balázs Horváth, Péter Tornyai, Máté Balogh, Bánk Sáry, Marcell Dargay, Máté Bella, László Sándor, Péter Zombola and Dániel Dinyés were some of the award winners in recent years, and they have all become forces to reckon with in Hungarian contemporary music.
Composers who submit seven to fifteen-minute-long compositions for chamber groups and small ensembles enjoy a great degree of freedom with regard to the instrumentation: ten to sixteen players can be employed, and the instruments need not be strictly classical, with bass guitars or cimbaloms being well within the rules. There is, however, one restriction: for an entry to qualify, it must feature a trumpet soloist.

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