Programme 2023 preview

Programme 2023 preview

Borbála Szuromi - Soprano Solo & Electronics - Candlelight evening

Borbála Szuromi - Soprano Solo & Electronics - Candlelight evening

Thu 16 May    
7:30pm
Join us for a candlelit evening at St. Bartholomew's Church, where classical meets contemporary in a unique performance by Borbála Szuromi. An enchanting fusion of traditional melodies and modern electronics in a repertoire featuring compositions by leading Hungarian composers András Emszt, László Sáry, Levente Gyöngyösi, and Zoltán Kodály, alongside Borbala´s own compositions and improvisations. 
Brahms, Britten, Beethoven

Brahms, Britten, Beethoven

Fri 17 May    
6:30pm
This program presents three renowned compositions, each crafted during the composers' early careers and featuring distinctly unique instrumental arrangements.
Music at the Pub

Music at the Pub

Fri 17 May    
9:30pm
The versatility of the Hellensmusic artists shines once more in this diverse program. From classical masterpieces to iconic hits of the 20th century, and everything in between, there's something to enchant every ear. Space is limited, so secure your seats early for an unforgettable night of music and enjoyment!
Fauré, Beethoven, Smetana, Clarke

Fauré, Beethoven, Smetana, Clarke

Sat 18 May    
6:00pm
An evening of classical masterpieces: Fauré's Piano Quartet No. 1 sets the stage with its dramatic journey from gentleness to a dazzling finale. Rebecca Clarke's Sonata for Viola and Piano captivates with expressive movements and a light-hearted Scherzo, and Beethoven's 'Gassenhauer' Trio delights with sparkling melodies and soulful themes, while Smetana's String Quartet No. 1 'From My Life' offers a poignant exploration of youth, love, and resilience.
Schubert Piano Trio

Schubert Piano Trio

Sat 18 May    
9:30pm
Schubert's final-year masterpiece radiates with consummate beauty, inviting listeners into a world of unfettered lyricism and rich textures.
Mozart and friends

Mozart and friends

Sun 19 May    
11:00am
Mozart's Quintet K452 is a quintessential example of chamber music where every instrument shines in perfect harmony.
Chausson and friends

Chausson and friends

Sun 19 May    
3:30pm
Drawing inspiration from Chausson's mentor, César Franck, and the impassioned style of Brahms, this rhapsodic work captivates with its passionate effusiveness, extended melodic lines, and rich harmonic tapestry. It represents a unique conception of brilliance, showcasing Chausson's mastery and creativity in blending genres and expressing profound musical depth.

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Borbála Szuromi - Soprano Solo & Electronics - Candlelight evening

Borbála Szuromi - Soprano Solo & Electronics - Candlelight evening

Thu 16 May    
7:30pm
Join us for a candlelit evening at St. Bartholomew's Church, where classical meets contemporary in a unique performance by Borbála Szuromi. An enchanting fusion of traditional melodies and modern electronics in a repertoire featuring compositions by leading Hungarian composers András Emszt, László Sáry, Levente Gyöngyösi, and Zoltán Kodály, alongside Borbala´s own compositions and improvisations. 
Brahms, Britten, Beethoven

Brahms, Britten, Beethoven

Fri 17 May    
6:30pm
This program presents three renowned compositions, each crafted during the composers' early careers and featuring distinctly unique instrumental arrangements.
Music at the Pub

Music at the Pub

Fri 17 May    
9:30pm
The versatility of the Hellensmusic artists shines once more in this diverse program. From classical masterpieces to iconic hits of the 20th century, and everything in between, there's something to enchant every ear. Space is limited, so secure your seats early for an unforgettable night of music and enjoyment!
Fauré, Beethoven, Smetana, Clarke

Fauré, Beethoven, Smetana, Clarke

Sat 18 May    
6:00pm
An evening of classical masterpieces: Fauré's Piano Quartet No. 1 sets the stage with its dramatic journey from gentleness to a dazzling finale. Rebecca Clarke's Sonata for Viola and Piano captivates with expressive movements and a light-hearted Scherzo, and Beethoven's 'Gassenhauer' Trio delights with sparkling melodies and soulful themes, while Smetana's String Quartet No. 1 'From My Life' offers a poignant exploration of youth, love, and resilience.
Schubert Piano Trio

Schubert Piano Trio

Sat 18 May    
9:30pm
Schubert's final-year masterpiece radiates with consummate beauty, inviting listeners into a world of unfettered lyricism and rich textures.
Mozart and friends

Mozart and friends

Sun 19 May    
11:00am
Mozart's Quintet K452 is a quintessential example of chamber music where every instrument shines in perfect harmony.
Chausson and friends

Chausson and friends

Sun 19 May    
3:30pm
Drawing inspiration from Chausson's mentor, César Franck, and the impassioned style of Brahms, this rhapsodic work captivates with its passionate effusiveness, extended melodic lines, and rich harmonic tapestry. It represents a unique conception of brilliance, showcasing Chausson's mastery and creativity in blending genres and expressing profound musical depth.