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An Evening of Chamber Music with trumpet player Gábor TARKÖVI and pianist Teréz SZABÓ

Gábor TARKÖVI born in Esztergom in 1969, Gábor Tarkövi descends from a family of musicians.

At the age of nine, he receives his very first trumpet lesson from his father, István Tarkövi. Raised in Csolnok, absorbing the local Schwab brass wind music substantially influenced his musical career. After graduating at the Richter János Conservatory in Győr, Gábor became a student of György Geiger at the Liszt Ferenc Teacher Training College. Gábor continued his studies under Frigyes Varasdy at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music.

György Kurtág and Hans Gansch are among his most important teachers. He started his career at the Wurttemberg Philharmonic Orchestra as co-principal trumpet, then moved on to the Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester (today Konzerthausorchester Berlin), and in 1999-ben to the Bayern Radio Symphony Orchestra as principal trumpet.

Since 2004, he has been the principal trumpet player of the Berlin Philharmonic. Besides his orchestral work, Gábor Tarkövi regularly plays chamber music, in the Pro Brass and the Austrian Brass Connection brass orchestras, and in the Wien-Berlin Brass Quintet, which was established by himself.

Regularly performing in Europe, the USA and Asia, he is a renowned soloist worldwide, presenting concerts with major orchestras as the Berlin Philharmonic, Bayern Radio, and China National Philharmonic.

Gábor regularly works with world famous conductor Sir Simon Rattle, Bernard Haitink, Lorin Maazel, Mariss Jansons, Zubin Mehta and Seiji Ozawa. He lectures at the Herbert von Karajan Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic, and presents master courses all over the world.

Under an exclusive contract with the Swiss Tudor Classics label since 2008, they produced two CD’s. ‚Italian Trumpet Concertos‘ with Mojca Erdmann, and ‚Classical Trumpet Concertos‘ with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Karl-Heinz Steffens. Both productions collected acclamation from critic and the trade.


Narihito MUKEDA is a Japanese Pianist, born in 1987. He studied Piano at Liszt Ferenc Music Academy in Budapest with Prof. Dráfi Kálmán. He won many prize competition in Italy, Japan.
He worked with Hungarian State Opera Failoni Orchestra, Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra as well.
His Chamber Music partners until now are Miklós Perényi, Kristóf Baráti, Wenzel Fuchs (Principal Clarinetist of Berlin Philharmoniker), Rita Rácz, Gábor Varga, Vilmos Oláh.


Program:
Arthur HONEGGER: Intrada

Frédéric CHOPIN: Nocturne op. 32. 
        Andante sostenuto | Lento

Paul HINDEMITH: Sonata

György KURTÁG: Fragmente aus „Rückblick”

Alan HOVHANESS: Prayer of St. Gregory

Vincent Ludwig PERSICHETTI: Parable for Trumpet Solo

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY: Octobre: Chant d’automne – Les saisons, No. 10.

Franz SCHUBERT: Serenade op. 134.

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY: Meditation op. 72. No. 5.

Frigyes HIDAS: Fantasy for Trumpet and Piano

Tickets

Tickets: HUF 2000
Pensioners: HUF 500
PTE Faculty of Music students and employees: HUF 500

Tickets are available at www.jegymester.hu, at Zsolnay Cultural Qurater InfoPoints or 1 hour before the concert at the Liszt-hall.

Location

ZMI Liszt Ferenc Concert Hall, Zsolnay Cultural Quarter
37 Zsolnay Vilmos str., Pécs, 7632

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