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The text of Arnold Schoenberg’s 1912 classic, “Pierrot lunaire”, could have been penned by contemporary Hungarian poet Lajos Parti Nagy – and now at the request of the UMZE Ensemble, he has written just that. Or at least its ‘sequel’. As a special edition of his popular series of introductions to opera, Daniel Dinyés will discuss “Pierrot lunaire” and – as a composer – add his own “Pierrot Variations”.
Free live stream concert on the Facebook-page of the Budapest Music Center and Papageno
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- Pierrot Lunaire (1912)
- Dániel Dinyés: Pierrot hongroise – text by Lajos Parti Nagy (2020) Premiere
- UMZE Ensemble
- Klára Kolonits - soprano
- Anna Molnár - mezzo-soprano
- Attila Erdős - baritone