The New Millennium International Chamber Music Festival, which will be held for the fourth time in Budapest from August 25th to 30th, will premiere and internationally with a series of programs curated by the V4 string quartet consisting of violinist Miranda Ryu and Czech musicians. Collaboration will take place. Hungary, Poland, Slovakia.
The quartet will make its debut at the Hungarian Conservatory and will announce a new work written for the ensemble, the organizers said in a statement on Sunday.
Other concerts will be held at the Old Music Academy and Festetics Palace on Vyoryoshimarti Street in Budapest.
The main mission of the quartet is to present the past and present music of Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Czech at festivals in this region and around Europe. In addition to Antonín Dvorak’s final string quartet, he is dedicated to the quartet by Izzy Kabat (Czech Republic), Kuba Kurzewinsky (Poland), Iris Seggy (Slovakia) and Gregory Vajda (Hungary). To play.
The festival program is available at nmicmf.com.
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