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November 20, 2019
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George Enescu on the divine chords of a Stradivarius

On Saturday classic music lovers are invited to a concert offered by two classical music masters – Antal Szalai and Joszef Balog, – a treat which awaits us at the Radio Broadcasting Hall.


The concert is an exceptional to relish the folk- inspired themes from Bartok’s and Enescu’s fabulous repertoire, performed exquisitely by the two musicians on piano and violin. The show will be the more spectacular as Antal Szalai will be playing on one of the few remaining Stradivarius violins, a 1733 one, which belonged to violinist György Garay.


The programme includes: Béla Bartók – Sonata for violin in E minor, posthumous op., George Enescu – Sonata for violin and piano no. 2, op. 6, Bartók – Six Hungarian songs for violin and piano, G. Enescu – Sonata for violin and piano no. 3, op. 25, and many other surprises.


In order to prepare a special musical regale, the prestigious Hungarian artists have been in Bucharest since the beginning of the week, to get everything in order and to have the time to rehearse. We are invited, therefore, to an elite classical music recital, which is bound to be unforgettable. Tickets are on sale in the Vreau Bilet network – Unirea Shopping Center, 2nd floor, Carrefour Feeria – Baneasa Shopping City, Real Hypermarket Vitan, the Radio Hall Box-office, and, online, on www.vreaubilet.ro. Ticket prices range between RON 20 and 30, depending on the type of seats.

Venue: Radio Hall; Address: 60 Gen. Henri Mathias Berthelot St, Tel. no.: 021 303 14 28

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