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22nd September 2009, Tuesday

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22nd September 2009, Tuesday

10:00 - 18:00 h
Cathedral - Crypta
Installation - Performance - Soundscape

11:00 h
Szeged Catholic House
Seminar - Prof. Jeanne Christée, Violine

Artists don´t go to school, they make their school (Gitlis)
The aim of this seminar is to inspire, motivate and encourage young violinists
to independent thinking with the help of the essences of significant violin methods.

18:00 h
Ferenc Gal Theological College - Aula
Chamber Concert and Dance Performance

anDANZAS Guitar + Rhythm Tap

Zsofia Boros, Guitar
Sabine Hasicka, Tap Dance

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Inventio 13, 14
Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000): Tirnovo
Astor Piazzolla (1921 – 1992): La Muerte del Angel
Leo Brower (1939): Danza Caracteristica
Jorge Cardoso (1949): Milonga
Francis Kleynjans(1949): La Milonga de l´Ami Longa
Roland Dyens (1955): Tango en Skai, Fuoco
Fernando Bustamante: Misionera
Tisserand Thierry: Milonga Serena
Wolfgang Muthspiel (1965): Drei Tonspiele
Alexander Lackner (1966): Rodriguez Pena, Doloreta (first performance)
Sabine Hasicka (1971): Just Steps
Martin Reiter (1978): Stepzspätbäck

19:30 h
Szeged Cathedral - Chorus concert
Chorus concert by the Budapest Choir and
the Monarchia Symphonic Orchestra

Direction: András Virágh

István Koloss:
Hungaria Vivat!
We will exist after all...
Text: Sándor Tóth, Mihály Vörösmarty, Albert Wass, Péter Szentmihályi Szabó

Ingrid Kertesi, János Prevoz, András Koloss
Budapester Choir, chorus master: Péter Cser