Pianist Zoltán Fejérvári has played as a soloist with the world-renowned Budapest Festival Orchestra, the Hungarian National Orchestra and the Concerto Budapest Orchestra just to name a few. Besides his career as a soloist he has performed extensively in chamber music ensembles. He joins fellow musicians from Marlboro, which is hailed by The New Yorker as the “classical world’s most coveted retreat” in a program that begins with a string quartet piece by Haydn, followed by Webern’s String Quartet and Brahms’s luxuriantly beautiful Piano Quartet.
Location: Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall (154 West 57th St, New York)
Date: Monday, March 20, 2017; doors open at 7.30pm, program starts at 8pm;
Tickets: $40 general; $10 with discount code HCC10.
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