Concert de final de curs

Concert de final de curs
Tot plegat, va començar ja fa uns quants mesos quan la Montse ens va començar a parlar d'anar a Hongria, on es feia un curs de cant coral per a infants durant una setmana ... El resultat és que el proper 15 d'agost agafem l'avió i cap a Pécs, una ciutat del sud d'Hongria. Tot plegat serà una aventura: el viatge d'anada que serà llarguíssim, amb escala a Suïssa i 200 km. més de Budapest a Pécs;l'estada en un alberg, els menjars..., l'idioma!(diuen que és tant difícil...). Però per damunt de tot hi ha la il·lusió d'una nova experiència per aquests nens i nenes d'entre 9 i 12 anys i les directores: participar en l'"Europa Cantat", que en aquest cas és "Pécs Cantat", una trobada de corals d'arreu del món. I evidentment, les famílies que els acompanyem. Des d'aquest blog volem explicar l'experiència des de tots els punts de vista, i si no falla res, explicar dia a dia la nostra estada a Pécs.

divendres, 6 d’agost de 2010

Hola a tothom, aquí hi ha el programa definitiu. Cada dia hi ha concerts i divendres a les 8 del vespre és el d'aquesta colla que canten a la Catedral. El seu concert és "Songs of Angels"


Detailed festival program

15TH AUGUST, SUNDAY

19:30 Open Singing at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)
Special guest: The Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra Pécs 2010 European Capital of Culture
Led by: Dr Lakner Tamás, holder of Liszt Award

20:00 Festival Ouverture in Dóm tér (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)

Kodály Zoltán: Nagyszalontai köszöntő / Birthday Greeting - performed by Pécs choirs
Conducting: Prof. Hon. Tillai Aurél, holder of the Liszt Award

Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Te Deum - performed by the Hungarian choirs and the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra Pécs 2010 European Capital of Culture
Conducting: Dr Kollár Éva, holder of Liszt Award, president of KÓTA - Association of Hungarian Choirs, Orchestras and Folk Ensembles

We'll make music with them - introduction of the workshop conductors of Pécs Cantat
Prof. Czifra János, Dr. Hoppál Péter, Kertész Attila, Dr. Lakner Tamás, Nagy Ernő,
Robert Sund, Vlado Sunko, Dr. Szabó Szabolcs, Prof. Hon. Tillai Aurél, Tóth Ferenc

Kodály Zoltán: Kállai kettős / The Kálló Double Dance
Performed by: the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra, Kölcsey Choir (Debrecen), Pannon Volán Zrt. „Bartók Béla" Male Choir (Pécs), featuring the Mecsek Folk Dance Ensemble.
Coreography: Juhász Zsolt
Conducting: Dr Lakner Tamás, holder of Liszt Award

Kodály Zoltán: Galántai táncok / Dances of Galanta
Performed by the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducting: Ménesi Gergely


Hungarian Open Dance with the folk orchestra of the Mecsek Folk Dance Ensemble -Promenade, in front of the Szepessy statue

16TH AUGUST, MONDAY

Five ‘o clock concerts next to the Memi Pasa Spa, at Jókai Square and Színház Square

19:30 Open Singing at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)
Special guest: The Pécs Railroad Concert Brass Band
Led by: Dr Lakner Tamás, holder of Liszt Award

20:00 Concert of the Pécs Railroad Concert Brass Band

21:00 Individual concerts
Belvárosi Church / (4., Hunyadi J. utca)

  • Lautitia Youth Mixed Choir, Debrecen, H
  • Railroad Technicians' Male Choir, Szolnok, H


21:00 Open Dance - Gipsy music and dance - Promenade, in front of the Szepessy statue

17TH AUGUST, TUESDAY


16:00 Individual Concerts

Csontváry Múzeum / (11., Janus Pannonius utca)

  • Children's Choir of the Sásd ÁMK Elementary School, H
  • „Epilogi" Children's Choir, Cyprus

Five ‘o clock concerts next to the Memi Pasa Spa, at Jókai Square and Színház Square

19:00 Individual Concerts
Cella Septichora / (Szent István tér)

  • Canticum Female Chamber Choir and the Pécs String Orchestra, Pécs, H

19:30 Open Singing at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)
Special guest: FM3.0 Jazz
Led by: Dr Lakner Tamás, holder of Liszt Award

20:00 Concert of the FM3.0 Jazz: Fenyvesi Márton - guitar,
Soós Márton - bass, Dés András - percussion

21:00 Individual concerts
Dóm Museum / (8., Káptalan utca)

  • Csermely Choir, Kunhegyes, H
  • Nagykovácsi Mixed Choir, Nagykovácsi, H

Csontváry Museum / (11., Janus Pannonius utca)

  • Chamber Choir „Helin", Estonia
  • Chamber Choir of the BGF College, Financial Faculty, Budapest, H

Belvárosi Church / (4., Hunyadi J. utca)

  • Bárdos Lajos Mixed Choir, Tatabánya, H

21:00 Open Dance - Croatian music and dances from Hungary with the Vizin Orchestra - Promenade, in front of the Szepessy statue

18TH AUGUST, WEDNESDAY

10:45-12:00 Dottó, the Singing Train - The famous sigthseeing train will bring along the participant choirs to sing in the famous spots of the city

15.30 Individual concerts
Ferencesek Church / (4., Alkotmány utca)

  • Kispest Gyöngyvirág Choir, Budapest, H

15:30-16:45 Dottó, the Singing Train - The famous sigthseeing train will bring along the participant choirs to sing in the famous spots of the city


16:00 Individual concerts
Csontváry Museum / (11., Janus Pannonius utca)

  • Pro Musica Chamber Choir, Dorog, H
  • Ljubljana Waldorf School Parents' and Teachers' Choir, Slovenia

Csontváry Museum / (11., Janus Pannonius utca)

  • Taipei Hua-Shin Children's Choir, Taiwan
  • Amicus Vocal Ensemble, Szolnok, H

Five ‘o clock concerts next to the Memi Pasa Spa, at Jókai Square and Színház Square

19:30 Open Singing at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)
Special guest: The UniCum Laude Vocal Ensemble
Led by: Robert Sund

20:00 Concert of the UniCum Laude Vocal Ensemble

21:00 Individual concerts
Palace of the Post Office/ (5., Jókai Mór utca)

  • La Choraline - Choeur de Jeunes de La Monnaie, Belgium
  • Girls' Choir of the Kossuth Lajos Secondary Grammar School, Cegléd, H

Dóm Museum / (8., Káptalan utca)

  • Gaudium Choir, Tárnok, H

19:00 - 22:00 Open Dance - Balkan music in Színház Square
CIMBALIBAND (Tura, H), instructor: Lakatos András

19TH AUGUST, THURSDAY

15:30-16:45 Dottó, the Singing Train - The famous sigthseeing train will bring along the participant choirs to sing in the famous spots of the city

Five ‘o clock concerts next to the Memi Pasa Spa and at Színház Square

19:30 Open Singing at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)
Special guest: The Zengő Ensemble
Led by: Dr Lakner Tamás, holder of Liszt Award

20:00 Concert of the Zengő Ensemble

21:00 Individual concerts
Lyceum Church / (44., Király utca)

  • Vox Humana Mixed Choir, Vác, H
  • Mercanto Male Quartet, Finland

21:00 Open Dance with the Zengő Ensemble - Promenade, in front of the Szepessy statue

20TH AUGUST, FRIDAY

15:30-16:45 Dottó, the Singing Train - The famous sigthseeing train will bring along the participant choirs to sing in the famous spots of the city

19:30 Open Singing at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)
Led by: Dr Lakner Tamás, holder of Liszt Award


20:00 Kodály Gala Concert in the Pécs Cathedral

Psalmus Hungaricus - performed by the participants of workshop „G" for mixed choirs
Featuring: Horváth István (Tenor) and the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducting: Prof. Czifra János, Music director of the Salzburg Dom, Austria

Songs of Angels - Compositions by Kodály Zoltán, for children's voices. Performed by the participants of workshop „D" for children's choirs
Conducting: Tóth Ferenc, holder of the Liszt Award

Te Deum of Buda Castle- performed by the participants of workshop „A" for mixed choirs
Featuring: Rácz Rita (Soprano), Meláth Andrea (Mezzo-Soprano), Horváth István
(Tenor), Kovács István (Bass) and the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducting: Prof. Hon. Tillai Aurél, holder of the Liszt Award

21ST AUGUST, SATURDAY

15:00 Individual concert
Cella Septichora / (Szent István tér)

  • Musica Ludens Chamber Choir and the Trombone Quartet of the Central Orchestra of the Hungarian Defence Forces, Budapest, H

16:30 Workshop-concerts in the PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út

Horatii Carmen - Hungarian compositions for young voices
Performed by the participants of workshop "C" for youth choirs
Featuring: Forgó György (piano)
Conducting: Dr Hoppál Péter, Nagy Ernő and Dr Szabó Szabolcs

The World of Bartók Béla - „Village Scenes" and Five Choruses with Orchestral
Accompaniment
Performed by the participants of workshop „E" for female voice choirs

Featuring: Körtesi András (piano) and the Chamber Orchestra from the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducting: Kertész Attila, holder of the Liszt Award

19:30 Open Singing at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út)
Special guest: The No More Blues
Led by: Dr Lakner Tamás, holder of Liszt Award

20:00 Workshop-concerts in Dóm tér (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út

Vajda János: Pannonii Carmen (first performance ), performed by the workshop „F" for male voice choirs
Featuring: Csajághy Szabolcs (Tenor), Bognár Szabolcs (Baritone), Balásy
Szabolcs & Horváth Krisztián (piano), and the Pécs Percussionists led by Szabó
Ferenc
Conducting: Dr. Lakner Tamás, holder of the Liszt Award

Roundabout the Wine - performed by the participants of workshop„F" for male voice
choirs
Conducting: Vlado Sunko, Brodosplit, Croatia
Featuring: Szabó Gabriella (piano)

Swing and Sweet - performed by the participants of workshop „B" for mixed choirs
Featuring: Balásy Szabolcs (keyboard), Horváth Krisztián (bass), Kebuszek Zsolt (drums)
Conducting: Robert Sund, Uppsala, Sweden


21:00: Festival-finale at the Dóm Square (in case of rain: PTE-ÁOK Aula - 12, Szigeti út
Spectacular show-concert - featuring: No More Blues

22ND AUGUST, SUNDAY

Departure

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