- Concert Hall
- 1093 Budapest, Mátyás str. 8.
- 2900 Ft
MIROSLAV TÓTH & DYSTOPIC REQUIEM QUARTET: BLACK ANGELS SONGS
BOOK I. & II.
Miroslav Tóth‘s Black Angels Songs is a sonic monument in commemoration of the anonymous victims of the Holocaust. It was inspired by George Crumb‘s Black Angels Quartet, a piece composed in 1971, during the Vietnam war. Miroslav Tóth dedicates this work to Barbora & Vojtech Gál, parents of Fedor Gál, one of the leading figures in the Public Against Violence movement. The story of Vojtech’s murder in a death march is not only a reminder, but also a way of coming to terms with the past.
SUPPORTED BY: National Cultural Fund Hungary, Czech Centrum Budapest, Slovak Institute Budapest
ORGANISED BY: Transparent Sound New Music Festival, Pro Progressione
- Orsolya Kaincz
- Dystopic Requiem Quartet
- David Danel - violin
- Anna Veverková - violin
- Adam Pechočiak - viola
- Andrej Gál - cello
- Miroslav Tóth - elektronics