• Dmitrij Kitajenko, © Photo: Gert Mothes


Rachmaninoff, Sibelius: Budapest Festival Orchestra, Yeol Eum Son & Dmitri Kitayenko

Palace of Arts, Budapest - Bela Bartok National Concert Hall

Friday
24 Apr
19:45

Rachmaninoff, Sibelius: Budapest Festival Orchestra, Yeol Eum Son & Dmitri Kitayenko

Palace of Arts , Budapest - Bela Bartok National Concert Hall

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Friday
24 Apr
19:45

Rachmaninoff, Sibelius: Budapest Festival Orchestra, Yeol Eum Son & Dmitri Kitayenko

Palace of Arts , Budapest - Bela Bartok National Concert Hall

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Friday
24 Apr
19:45

Rachmaninoff, Sibelius: Budapest Festival Orchestra, Yeol Eum Son & Dmitri Kitayenko

Palace of Arts , Budapest - Bela Bartok National Concert Hall

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34,00
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About the Event

Experience Russian and Finnish music interpreted by an expert in the field, when Dmitri Kitayenko conducts the Budapest Festival Orchestra in works by Rachmaninoff and Sibelius.

Pianist Yeol Eum Son will perform Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor.

Program

  • Rachmaninoff, Sergei Vasilievich
    Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 in C minor Op. 18
  • Sibelius, Jean
    Symphony No. 2 in D Major, op. 43
Program is subject to change

Artists

  • Son, Dang Thai (Soloist)
    Vietnamese pianist Dang Thai Son was propelled to the forefront of the musical world in October 1980, when he was awarded the First Prize and Gold Medal at the Xth International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. It was also the first time that a top international competition was won by an Asian pianist.

    He began piano studies with his mother in Hanoi. Discovered by the Russian pianist Isaac Katz, who was on visit in Vietnam in 1974, he pursued his advanced training at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Russia with Vladimir Natanson and Dmitry Bashkirov.

    Since winning the Chopin Competition, his international career has taken him to over forty countries, into such world renowned halls as Lincoln Center (New York), Barbican Center (London), Salle Pleyel (Paris), Herculessaal (Munich), Musikverein (Vienna), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Opera House (Sydney), and Suntory Hall (Tokyo).