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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.

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Jadviga and Psyché

Jadviga and Psyché

19th October, 2020
7.30 pm

Budapest Music Center — Concert Hall
Featuring:
Éva Bodrogi, Szilvia Bognár – voice, Máté Vizeli – violin, viola, Mátyás Ölveti – cello, Balázs Dongó Szokolay – wind instruments, Miklós Lukács – cimbalom
Narrator:
Pál Závada
Orchestration:
Máté Vizeli
Artistic director:
Samu Gryllus
Director, dramaturgy:
Mária Harangi
Sponsors:
This concert of the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre as a joint event with Budapest Music Center.

Ticket prices: 2900 Ft

Budapest Music Center

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Szilvia Bognár 
Photographer: Krisztina Falus

Jadviga and Psyché

Psyché and Jadviga are powerful female characters of Hungarian literature, who sprang from the pen of Sándor Weöres and Pál Závada, respectively. The shared roots of their lives, which spanned epochs that brought along momentous societal changes, run through the highest and lowest strata of society. As urban and rural reality mixes in the personalities of the two women, so the two singers, Éva Bodrogi and Szilvia Bognár draw on both classical contemporary and folk music.
Bea Palya and Samu Gryllus’s Psyché songs, re-arranged for this evening, will engage in a dialogue with Balázs Dongó Szokolay and Mátyás Bolya’s Jadviga tunes, which will be performed for the first time on this occasion. Two different historical backgrounds, two hardened fates, two love stories rendezvous on the stage. The song cycles probe the soul, look into the hidden nooks of the human psyche: the secrets of enamoured, suffering, happy, frivolous, crazy women.

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