Georg Philipp Telemann:
Gulliver Suite for Two Violins
(1. Intrada – 2. Lilliputsche Chaconne – 3. Brobdingnagische Gigue – 4. Reverie der Laputiers, nebst ihren Aufweckern – 5. Loure der gesitteten Houyhnhnms / Furie der unartigen Yahoos)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Le nozze di Figaro – extracts (arranged for two violins by Ernst Kovacic based on an edition for two flutes by Gerhard Braun)
(No. 4 Non sò più cosa son, No. 5 Giovani liete, No. 6 Non più andrai)
Frédéric Chopin – Aleksey Igudesman:
Minute Waltz, Op. 64, No. 1
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky:
Waltz of the Flowers
44 Duos for Two Violins
(Teasing song – Sorrow – New Year's Greeting  – Dance from Máramaros – Ruthenian kolomejka – Romanian whirling dance – Wallachian dance – Scherzo – Bagpipes)
Melodía del Arrabal
About the event
The benefits of classical music have been confirmed by numerous research studies, and yet only a few people can experience the magic of wonderful melodies in concert halls. The State Secretariat for Culture of the Ministry of Human Capacities is committed to changing this situation by organizing a series of classical music events. This program was initiated by the Minister of State for Culture, Péter Fekete and launched on International Music Day, 1 October 2019.
Térzene Program aims to bring classical music to more and more municipalities of over 5000 people. The Ministry would like to introduce broader social strata into the world of classical music, by providing this social experience in parks, bandstands and public places.
Playing the highest quality music and serving the community in a diverse way are particularly important to the Budapest Festival Orchestra. That is why our orchestra has the pleasure of joining the Térzene concert events sponsored by the State Secretariat for Culture of the Ministry of Human Capacities.