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Hungarian symphony

 MPost |  2015-01-19 23:38:31.0  |  New Delhi

Hungarian symphony

The Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, in cooperation with Delhi Music society and India International Centre, will be presenting a flute-piano concert by the musical-duo Dávid Simon and János Palojtay from Hungary on January 24  India International Centre Auditorium at Max Mueller Marg in the Capital.

When talking about a classical music concert, the flute-piano pair is always a favorite of the audience. The different sounds and tones of the instruments come together wonderfully. The dense sound and wide range of the piano creates a brilliant unity with the lyric and smooth tone of the flute.


The virtuosic characteristic of both instruments always promises an exciting performance.

Dávid Simon (flutist, composer, and educator) studied at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest and at the University of Music and Theater. He complemented his skills by studying baroque flute at the Michael Schmidt Casdorff. Since 1996 he has several national and international awards to his credit. As a composer he has also won special prize of the Béla Bartók competition, organized for the young Hungarian composers. He has played with various acclaimed orchestras.

János Palojtay (pianist, soloist, improviser, and composer) began to play piano at the young age of five and began his training of talented students in music at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest. He has won several International prizes and participated as a soloist in many international festivals.

When:
January 24 Where: India International Centre, Max Mueller Marg

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