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Below you will find complete listings of all orchestral and chamber concerts along with study days and talks.

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Level 5 Function Room, Southbank Centre 23 Jan 2011

Sunday 23 Jan 2011 / 10:30 / Level 5 Function Room, Southbank Centre

Malcolm Gillies presenter

A day of talks and music by leading musicologists and specialists in the life and music of Béla Bartók, led by Series Consultant Malcolm Gillies.

Royal Festival Hall, London 27 Jan 2011

Thursday 27 Jan 2011 / 19:30 / Royal Festival Hall, London

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano

BARTÓK Kossuth
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 1
BARTÓK The Miraculous Mandarin (complete)

Esa-Pekka Salonen has chosen to open Infernal Dance with a programme featuring two of Bartók’s most extraordinary works. The tone poem Kossuth was Bartók’s first major orchestral work, and a dramatic statement of intent; it celebrates the life of its eponymous hero, one of Hungary’s most vivid national legends. The ballet-pantomime The Miraculous Mandarin, profoundly influenced by Stravinsky’s Petrushka and Firebird, is raw, dangerous, exotic and elemental: frenzied music, percussive, sensuous and violent, telling a shocking story of desire and death. This evening’s performance features the full ballet score, which is rarely performed.

This concert is supported by the Edwin Fox Foundation

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Also this evening: 6pm Pre-concert talk, Royal Festival Hall. Malcolm Gillies introduces this evening’s programme. FREE admission.

The Anvil, Basingstoke 28 Jan 2011

Friday 28 Jan 2011 / 19:45 / The Anvil, Basingstoke

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano

BARTÓK Kossuth
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 1
BARTÓK The Miraculous Mandarin (complete)

See 27 Jan concert for more information.

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Also this evening: Pre-concert talk, The Anvil, Basingstoke. FREE admission.

Royal Festival Hall, London 10 Feb 2011

Thursday 10 Feb 2011 / 19:30 / Royal Festival Hall, London

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Attila Fekete tenor
Michele Kalmandi bass
Coro Gulbenkian

BARTÓK Cantata profana
BARTÓK Music for Strings Percussion and Celesta
STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring

This evening’s programme pairs two of Bartók’s most important works with one of the seminal musical icons of the 20th century. Cantata profana is a choral work on a truly monumental scale, rarely performed due to the sheer scale of its vocal and orchestral writing. By contrast with this rich tapestry of choral sound, the Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta is sparse, eerie and other-worldly, using rhythmic power rather than melody to communicate its themes. The same rhythmic dominance, albeit a far more primal version, could also be said to characterise The Rite of Spring; Stravinsky’s ballets had a major influence on Bartók’s compositional style.

This concert is supported by members of the Conductors’ Circle.

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Also this evening: 6pm Pre-concert talk, Royal Festival Hall. Malcolm Gillies introduces the evening's programme. FREE admission.

Parry Rooms, Royal College of Music 15 Feb 2011

Tuesday 15 Feb 2011 / 18:00 / Parry Rooms, Royal College of Music

DOHNÁNYI Sextet in C
ENESCU Légende
BARTÓK Piano Quintet

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Parry Rooms, Royal College of Music 22 Feb 2011

Tuesday 22 Feb 2011 / 18:00 / Parry Rooms, Royal College of Music

KODÁLY Sonata for Solo Cello
ENESCU Impressions d'enfance
BARTÓK Rhapsody No. 1
BARTÓK Sonata No. 1

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Royal Festival Hall, London 23 Jun 2011

Thursday 23 Jun 2011 / 19:30 / Royal Festival Hall, London

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Christian Tetzlaff violin

KODÁLY Dances of Galanta
BARTÓK Violin Concerto No. 2
BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra

Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra is probably his best-known work. Written in 1943 and one of his final works, all the hallmarks of Bartók’s music are here: fierce rhythmic energy, vivid extremes of colour, folk themes interwoven with glorious melodies. It is a spectacle in every sense, and one that demands a virtuoso display from the entire orchestra. It is performed alongside the dazzling Dances of Galanta by Bartók’s close friend and collaborator Zoltán Kodály; and Bartók’s lyrical Violin Concerto No. 2, another late work, and in essence an extended series of melodic variations.

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Also this evening: 6pm Music of Today, Royal Festival Hall. A portrait of György Kurtág conducted by Baldur Brönnimann and presented by Julian Anderson. FREE admission.

The Clore Ballroom, Level 2, Royal Festival Hall, London 23 Jun 2011

Thursday 23 Jun 2011 / 22:00 / The Clore Ballroom, Level 2, Royal Festival Hall, London

A performance by Hungarian folk group Muzsikás. The first Hungarian folk ensemble accepted by the classical music scene, Muszikás fuse traditional Hungarian music with the classical compositions of Bartók, Kodály, Kurtág and Ligeti.

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The Anvil, Basingstoke 24 Jun 2011

Friday 24 Jun 2011 / 19:45 / The Anvil, Basingstoke

A performance by Hungarian folk group Muzsikás. The first Hungarian folk ensemble accepted by the classical music scene, Muszikás fuse traditional Hungarian music with the classical compositions of Bartók, Kodály, Kurtág and Ligeti.
 

Recital Hall, Royal College of Music 28 Jun 2011

Tuesday 28 Jun 2011 / 18:00 / Recital Hall, Royal College of Music

KODÁLY Serenade
ENESCU Sonata No. 3 in A minor
LIGETI 10 Stücke
BARTÓK Sonata No. 2

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Queen Elizabeth Hall, London 18 Oct 2011

Tuesday 18 Oct 2011 / 19:30 / Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

BARTÓK String Quartet No. 1 Sz.40
BARTÓK String Quartet No. 3 Sz.85
BARTÓK String Quartet No. 5 Sz.102

Part of the Southbank Centre International Chamber Music Season.

Bartók’s masterful quartets have been a staple of the Takács Quartet’s repertory for decades. With a shared Hungarian heritage, the ensemble, Associate Artists at Southbank Centre, has a close affinity to his music.

Inspired by the raw folk music of his own country and elsewhere, Bartók breathed new life into the string quartet by using innovative techniques to conjure up entirely new soundworlds. The harmonically adventurous ideas, fluctuating tempi and folk melodies of his six quartets still dazzle and inspire today.

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Queen Elizabeth Hall, London 19 Oct 2011

Wednesday 19 Oct 2011 / 19:30 / Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

BARTÓK String Quartet No. 2 Sz.67
BARTÓK String Quartet No. 4 Sz.91
BARTÓK String Quartet No. 6 Sz.114

Part of the Southbank Centre International Chamber Music Season.

Bartók’s masterful quartets have been a staple of the Takács Quartet’s repertory for decades. With a shared Hungarian heritage, the ensemble, Associate Artists at Southbank Centre, has a close affinity to his music.

Inspired by the raw folk music of his own country and elsewhere, Bartók breathed new life into the string quartet by using innovative techniques to conjure up entirely new soundworlds. The harmonically adventurous ideas, fluctuating tempi and folk melodies of his six quartets still dazzle and inspire today.

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Symphony Hall, Birmingham 21 Oct 2011

Friday 21 Oct 2011 / 19:30 / Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Sir John Tomlinson
Michelle DeYoung
Nick Hillel Director

DEBUSSY Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
JANAČÉK Sinfonietta
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

The extraordinary Duke Bluebeard's Castle, Bartók's only opera, is widely regarded as his masterpiece. Its world is sinister, dark and deeply disturbing. There are just two voices throughout, Duke Bluebeard and his new wife, Judith, and the entire one-act opera takes place in the hall of its castle. Judith opens the hall's seven doors, one by one; each door reveals its own horror. In one, a torture chamber; in another, an armoury filled with bloody weapons; and in another, a garden where blood stains the plants' leaves. The final door opens and reveals Bluebeard's three former wives, who step forward and receive Judith into their eternally imprisoned group. This is chilling, psychological drama, one of the great achievements of 20th century music.

This production has been created by the Philharmonia Orchestra in collaboration with digital artist collective Yeast Culture. Specially created films will be used as video projections onto unusual projection surfaces, surrounding the Orchestra as it performs Bartók's score. These immersive projections create an evocative atmosphere that suggests the different rooms in Bluebeard's castle and the emotions of the two protagonists.

A Philharmonia Orchestra production in collaboration with Yeast Culture

A co-commission with the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon and Konzerthaus Dortmund

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Also this evening: Pre-concert talk

Gulbenkian Hall, Lisbon 24 Oct 2011

Monday 24 Oct 2011 / 21:00 / Gulbenkian Hall, Lisbon

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Sir John Tomlinson
Michelle DeYoung
Nick Hillel Director

JANAČÉK Sinfonietta
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

The extraordinary Duke Bluebeard's Castle, Bartók's only opera, is widely regarded as his masterpiece. Its world is sinister, dark and deeply disturbing. There are just two voices throughout, Duke Bluebeard and his new wife, Judith, and the entire one-act opera takes place in the hall of its castle. Judith opens the hall's seven doors, one by one; each door reveals its own horror. In one, a torture chamber; in another, an armoury filled with bloody weapons; and in another, a garden where blood stains the plants' leaves. The final door opens and reveals Bluebeard's three former wives, who step forward and receive Judith into their eternally imprisoned group. This is chilling, psychological drama, one of the great achievements of 20th century music.

This production has been created by the Philharmonia Orchestra in collaboration with digital artist collective Yeast Culture. Specially created films will be used as video projections onto unusual projection surfaces, surrounding the Orchestra as it performs Bartók's score. These immersive projections create an evocative atmosphere that suggests the different rooms in Bluebeard's castle and the emotions of the two protagonists.

A Philharmonia Orchestra production in collaboration with Yeast Culture

A co-commission with the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon and Konzerthaus Dortmund

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Queen Elizabeth Hall, London 25 Oct 2011

Tuesday 25 Oct 2011 / 19:30 / Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Mikk Murdvee conductor

Meng Yang Pan

BARTÓK Divertimento
KAROL SZYMANOWSKI Symphony No.4 (Symphonie concertante for piano & orchestra)
BARTÓK Two Portraits
BARTÓK Four Orchestral Pieces

Meng Yang Pan performs Karol Szymanowski's Symphonie Concertante with the RCM Symphony Orchestra, as part of the Philharmonia's series Infernal Dance - Inside the World of Béla Bartók. Szymanowski was a Polish contemporary of Bartók, who also drew many musical influences from the traditional music of his country, developing a uniquely rhapsodic style of writing. The concert also features other works by Bela Bartók performed by the RCM Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mikk Murdvee.

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The Anvil, Basingstoke 26 Oct 2011

Wednesday 26 Oct 2011 / 19:45 / The Anvil, Basingstoke

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano
Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith

BARTÓK Dance Suite
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 2
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

The extraordinary Duke Bluebeard’s Castle, Bartók’s only opera, is widely regarded as his masterpiece. Its world is sinister, dark and deeply disturbing. There are just two voices throughout, Duke Bluebeard and his new wife, Judith, and the entire one-act opera takes place in the hall of his castle. Judith opens the hall’s seven doors, one by one; each door reveals its own horror. In one, a torture chamber; in another, an armoury filled with bloody weapons; and in another, a garden where bloody stains the plants’ leaves. The final door opens and reveals Bluebeard’s three former wives, who step forward and receive Judith into their eternally imprisoned group. This is chilling, psychological drama, one of the great achievements of 20th century music.

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Also this evening: Pre-concert talk, The Anvil, Basingstoke. FREE admission.

The Clore Ballroom, Level 2, Royal Festival Hall, London 27 Oct 2011

Thursday 27 Oct 2011 / 12:00 / The Clore Ballroom, Level 2, Royal Festival Hall, London

Performers from the Royal College of Music

BARTÓK Mikrokosmos

This unique 6-hour event includes what is believed to be the first ever complete UK performance of Bartók’s Mikrokosmos for solo piano – a set of 153 piano pieces written over 13 years, ranging from very easy studies for beginners to devilishly complicated dances. RCM performers will present not only the complete Mikrokosmos but all of Bartók’s other piano works, as well as selections from his Violin Duos.

For detailed timings check back from September 2011

FREE EVENT

Royal Festival Hall, London 27 Oct 2011

Thursday 27 Oct 2011 / 19:30 / Royal Festival Hall, London

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano
Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay violin
Mark van de Wiel clarinet

BARTÓK Contrasts
BARTÓK Suite The Wooden Prince
BARTÓK Dance Suite
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 2

For Bartók the world of fairytale was often a dark and dangerous one. The mysterious Mandarin dies in a violent sexual frenzy; Bluebeard’s castle is a living prison. Only in the ballet The Wooden Prince, written between 1914 and 1917, did Bartók allow love to triumph over adversity. The Wooden Prince was a huge success at its première, and is notable for its extraordinarily large orchestral forces, the biggest Bartók ever wrote for; this evening’s performance features the orchestral suite from the ballet music, alongside the percussive sonorities of the Second Piano Concerto, the seminal chamber work Contrasts and the folk rhapsody of the Dance Suite.

This concert is supported by the Edwin Fox Foundation

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Also this evening: 6pm Pre-concert talk, Royal Festival Hall. Malcolm Gillies introduces this evening's programme. FREE admission.

Centro Cultural Novacaixagalicia, Vigo 30 Oct 2011

Sunday 30 Oct 2011 / 19:00 / Centro Cultural Novacaixagalicia, Vigo

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano
Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith

DEBUSSY Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 3
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

Auditorio Nacional, Madrid 31 Oct 2011

Monday 31 Oct 2011 / 19:30 / Auditorio Nacional, Madrid

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano

BARTÓK Dance Suite
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 2
BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra

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Auditorio Nacional, Madrid 1 Nov 2011

Tuesday 1 Nov 2011 / 19:30 / Auditorio Nacional, Madrid

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano
Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith

DEBUSSY Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 3
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

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Parry Rooms, Royal College of Music 2 Nov 2011

Wednesday 2 Nov 2011 / 18:00 / Parry Rooms, Royal College of Music

ENESCU Cantabile et Presto
DOHNÁNYI Piano Quintet No. 2 in E flat minor
BARTÓK Sonata for violin BB124 (original version)

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Royal Festival Hall, London 3 Nov 2011

Thursday 3 Nov 2011 / 19:30 / Royal Festival Hall, London

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano
Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith
Nick Hillel Director

DEBUSSY Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 3
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

The extraordinary Duke Bluebeard's Castle, Bartók's only opera, is widely regarded as his masterpiece. Its world is sinister, dark and deeply disturbing. There are just two voices throughout, Duke Bluebeard and his new wife, Judith, and the entire one-act opera takes place in the hall of its castle. Judith opens the hall's seven doors, one by one; each door reveals its own horror. In one, a torture chamber; in another, an armoury filled with bloody weapons; and in another, a garden where blood stains the plants' leaves. The final door opens and reveals Bluebeard's three former wives, who step forward and receive Judith into their eternally imprisoned group. This is chilling, psychological drama, one of the great achievements of 20th century music.

This production has been created by the Philharmonia Orchestra in collaboration with digital artist collective Yeast Culture. Specially created films will be used as video projections onto unusual projection surfaces, surrounding the Orchestra as it performs Bartók's score. These immersive projections create an evocative atmosphere that suggests the different rooms in Bluebeard's castle and the emotions of the two protagonists.

A Philharmonia Orchestra production in collaboration with Yeast Culture

A co-commission with the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon and Konzerthaus Dortmund

This concert is supported by the Edwin Fox Foundation

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Also this evening: 6pm Pre-concert talk, Royal Festival Hall. Malcolm Gillies introduces this evening's programme. FREE admission.

Konzerthaus, Vienna 7 Nov 2011

Monday 7 Nov 2011 / 19:30 / Konzerthaus, Vienna

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Christian Tetzlaff violin

BARTÓK Dance Suite
BARTÓK Violin Concerto No. 2
BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra

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Konzerthaus, Vienna 8 Nov 2011

Tuesday 8 Nov 2011 / 19:30 / Konzerthaus, Vienna

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith

DEBUSSY Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
BARTÓK The Wooden Prince
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

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Auditorium de Dijon, Dijon 9 Nov 2011

Wednesday 9 Nov 2011 / 20:00 / Auditorium de Dijon, Dijon

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith

BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

Konzerthaus, Dortmund 12 Nov 2011

Saturday 12 Nov 2011 / 20:00 / Konzerthaus, Dortmund

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith
Nick Hillel Director

DEBUSSY Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
BARTÓK Dance Suite
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

The extraordinary Duke Bluebeard's Castle, Bartók's only opera, is widely regarded as his masterpiece. Its world is sinister, dark and deeply disturbing. There are just two voices throughout, Duke Bluebeard and his new wife, Judith, and the entire one-act opera takes place in the hall of its castle. Judith opens the hall's seven doors, one by one; each door reveals its own horror. In one, a torture chamber; in another, an armoury filled with bloody weapons; and in another, a garden where blood stains the plants' leaves. The final door opens and reveals Bluebeard's three former wives, who step forward and receive Judith into their eternally imprisoned group. This is chilling, psychological drama, one of the great achievements of 20th century music.

This production has been created by the Philharmonia Orchestra in collaboration with digital artist collective Yeast Culture. Specially created films will be used as video projections onto unusual projection surfaces, surrounding the Orchestra as it performs Bartók's score. These immersive projections create an evocative atmosphere that suggests the different rooms in Bluebeard's castle and the emotions of the two protagonists.

A Philharmonia Orchestra production in collaboration with Yeast Culture

A co-commission with the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon and Konzerthaus Dortmund

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Philharmonie, Cologne 13 Nov 2011

Sunday 13 Nov 2011 / 20:00 / Philharmonie, Cologne

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Christian Tetzlaff violin

DEBUSSY Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
BARTÓK Suite The Wooden Prince
BARTÓK Violin Concerto No. 2

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Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music 15 Nov 2011

Tuesday 15 Nov 2011 / 18:00 / Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music

BARTÓK Rhapsody No. 2 for violin and piano
BERIO Folksongs
PEDRO FARIA GOMES New Work (RCM Composition Faculty commission)
BARTÓK Sonata BB115

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Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels 14 Nov 2011

Monday 14 Nov 2011 / 20:00 / Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Yefim Bronfman piano
Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay violin
Mark van de Wiel clarinet

BARTÓK Contrasts
BARTÓK Suite The Wooden Prince
BARTÓK Dance Suite
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 2

For Bartók the world of fairytale was often a dark and dangerous one. The mysterious Mandarin dies in a violent sexual frenzy; Bluebeard’s castle is a living prison. Only in the ballet The Wooden Prince, written between 1914 and 1917, did Bartók allow love to triumph over adversity. The Wooden Prince was a huge success at its première, and is notable for its extraordinarily large orchestral forces, the biggest Bartók ever wrote for; this evening’s performance features the orchestral suite from the ballet music, alongside the percussive sonorities of the Second Piano Concerto, the seminal chamber work Contrasts and the folk rhapsody of the Dance Suite.

Also this evening: 6pm Pre-concert talk, Royal Festival Hall. Malcolm Gillies introduces this evening's programme. FREE admission.

Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 15 Nov 2011

Tuesday 15 Nov 2011 / 20:00 / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Sir John Tomlinson Bluebeard
Michelle DeYoung Judith

BARTÓK Music for Strings Percussion and Celesta
BARTÓK Duke Bluebeard's Castle

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The Forge, The Anvil, Basingstoke 18 Nov 2011

Friday 18 Nov 2011 / 19:45 / The Forge, The Anvil, Basingstoke

Brodowski Quartet

SCHULHOFF String Quartet No. 1
SHOSTAKOVICH 2 pieces for string quartet: Elegy and Polka
SCHULHOFF 5 pieces for string quartet
BARTÓK String Quartet No. 4 Sz.91
PIAZZOLLA Four for Tango

Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 27 Jan 2012

Friday 27 Jan 2012 / 20:00 / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Christian Tetzlaff violin

BARTÓK Dance Suite
DEBUSSY Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
BARTÓK Violin Concerto No. 2
BARTÓK The Miraculous Mandarin Suite

The ballet-pantomime The Miraculous Mandarin, profoundly influenced by Stravinsky’s Petruschka and Firebird is frienzed music, percussive, sensuous and violent, telling a shocking story of desire and death. Performed here as the Suite alongside Bartok’s lyrical Violin Concerto No 2 and the folk rhapsody of the Dance Suite.

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Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 25 Jun 2012

Monday 25 Jun 2012 / 20:00 / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Nikolai Lugansky piano

BARTÓK The Wooden Prince Suite
BARTÓK Piano Concerto No. 3
BARTÓK Concerto For Orchestra

For Bartók the world of fairytale was often a dark and dangerous one. The mysterious Mandarin dies in a violent sexual frenzy; Bluebeard’s castle is a living prison. Only in the ballet The Wooden Prince, written between 1914 and 1917, did Bartók allow love to triumph over adversity. The Wooden Prince was a huge success at its première, and is notable for its extraordinarily large orchestral forces, the biggest Bartók ever wrote for; this evening’s performance features the orchestral suite from the ballet music.

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Bluebeard's Castle At the Crossroads Bartok at the Piano Bartok in NYC Salonen & Bronfman meet Muzsikas Muzsikas Bartok on Stage Bartok's Orbit Folk Inspiration Folk Music Concerto for Orchestra Introduction to Bartok

Films

Infernal Bartok Bartok and Folklore Bartok at the Keyboard Bartok on the Stage

Programme Notes

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