The 1st International Music Festival of Central-Eastern Europe was closed by Zoltán Fejérvári – a Hungarian piano virtuoso – accompanied by the Budapest Festival Orchestra conducted by excellent Iván Fischer. Works of Antonín Dvořák and Ludwig van Beethoven could be heard in the beautiful interiors of the Warsaw Philharmonic on 1 December 2018.



Antonín Dvořák, Legends op. 59 version for orchestra (1881), nr 6 – Legend in C-sharp minor

Antonín Dvořák, Slavic Dances op. 46, version for orchestra, no. 5 – Skočná 

Antonín Dvořák, 4 Choruses op. 29, version for orchestra, no. 4 – Opuštěný

Ludwig van Beethoven, I koncert fortepianowy C-dur op. 15

Antonín Dvořák, VI Symfonia D-dur op. 60


Zoltán Fejérvári – piano

Budapest Festival Orchestra

Iván Fischer – conductor

The Eufonie Festival is organized by the National Centre for Culture with the funds of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

The patron of the Eufonie Festival is PKN Orlen S.A.

Partners of the 2018 Eufonie Festival: the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the Warsaw Philharmonic, the Arnold Szyfman Polish Theatre, the Polish Composers’ Union, the Ludwig van Beethoven Association, the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music, the Chopin University of Music, the Central European Music Forum and the Hungarian Cultural Institute.

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