Big names at the grand opening of the 3rd edition of the Eufonie Festival—celebration of music and musicians from Central and Eastern Europe! On 19 November, in the Concert Hall of the Warsaw Philharmonic, we will hear compositions by three outstanding Hungarian composers performed by the Sinfonia Varsovia, the Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and the following soloists: Bożena Bujnicka (soprano), Urszula Kryger (alto), Karol Kozłowski (tenor) and Wojciech Gierlach (bass).
The programme of this truly Hungarian concert features compositions by representatives of different eras. Franz Liszt became one of the most important figures of European Romanticism, while Ernst von Dohnányi and Zoltán Kodály—continuators of his fascination with Hungarian folklore.
The musicians will be led by Maestro Zsolt Nagy, a respected Hungarian orchestra and opera conductor, professor of conducting at the Paris Conservatory. It was him that conducted Krzysztof Penderecki’s Polish Requiem during the final concert of the Festival’s second edition.
Tickets are now on sale!