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December 20, 2010

Budapest, Main Hall of the Budapest Library "Szabó Ervin"
Recital, works by A. Vivaldi, with the Corelli Consort


May 5, 2010   

Budapest, Óbuda Parish Church, Óbudai Társaskör

"Liszt and the Russians" - recital with  the  St Ephraim Male Choir, Dóra Bizják (piano)

October 25, 2009
Budapest, Main Parish Church of Downtown
Joseph : Harmoniemesse (1802), Hob. XXII:14
Joseph : Sinfonie Nr. 104 in D-Dur, »London« 
Renáta Darázs, Judit Rajk, Tamás Bubnó, Béla Laborfalvi Soós (vocals), The Symphony Orchestra and Choir of the Philharmony "Transilvania", Cluj, conducted by Ferenc Gábor

October 23, 2009
Cluj (Romania), Philharmony Concert Hall
Closing concert of the Autumn Festival 
„TOAMNA MUZICALA CLUJEANA” 
Joseph : Harmoniemesse (1802), Hob. XXII:14
Joseph : Sinfonie Nr. 104 in D-Dur, »London« 
Renáta Darázs, Judit Rajk, Tamás Bubnó, Béla Laborfalvi Soós (vocals), The Symphony Orchestra and Choir of the Philharmony "Transilvania", Cluj, conducted by Ferenc Gábor


October 11, 2009
Budapest, Main Parish Church of Downtown
Haydn: Grosse Orgelmesse
Tünde Szabóki, Judit Rajk, László Kálmán, Péter Cser (vocals), Weiner-Saxon Chamber Symphonie, Budapest Singers' School, Stanislav Surin (organ) contucted by György Philipp


June 22, 2009
Eger, The Basilica
Works of Liszt and J.S. Bach
Recital with Jaap Kroonenburger (organ) and Géza Hargitai (bassoon)


June 19, 2009
Budapest, Collegium Budapest
Recital, works by Dvorák, Kodály, Bartók, with András Wilheim (piano)


April 10, 2009
Budapest,  Béla Bartók National Concert Hall - Palace of Art (MÜPA)
Liszt: Via Crucis
with Paolo Crivellaro (organ ), Laborfalvi Soós, Péter Cser (voice), and the Schola Cantorum Budapestiensis, the Saint Ephraim Male Choir, conducted by Tamás Bubnó


July 27, 2007
Grottammare, Palese Alto - Liszt Festival opening concert
Recital, songs of Liszt and Dvorak - with András Wilheim (piano)


June 14, 2007
Bremen, Grand Hall of the City Hall
recital, works by Dvorak, Bartok, Ligeti, Kurtag, with Andras Wilheim (piano)

June 3, 2007
Berlin, Philharmonie
Zoltán Kodály: Kádár Kata - Szekler Volksballade
Zoltán Kodály: Spinnstube - Ungarisches Lebensbild
with  S i n f o n i e t t a 92, conducted by 
Ferenc Gábor


June 1, 2007
Berlin, Grunewald Church
Zoltán Kodály: Kádár Kata - Szekler Volksballade
Zoltán Kodály: Spinnstube - Ungarisches Lebensbild
with  S i n f o n i e t t a 92, conducted by 
Ferenc Gábor


December 9, 2006
Berlin, Epiphanienkirche Charlottenburg
Closing Ceremony of the 1956-2006 Jubilee
Gregor Joseph Werner: Requiem and works by Z. Jeney, Rachmaninoff
with Adriana Pilipova, Judit Rajk, István Viszló, Béla Laborfalvy-Soós (vocals), János Mezei (organ), Schola Cantorum Budapestientis, contucted by Tamás Bubnó

December 5, 2006
Rome, Palazzo Boromini
Recital, songs of Bartók and Kodály, with András Wilheim (piano)


April 23, 2006Berlin, Deutsche Oper Berlin

Zoltan Jeney: Trauerritual (2005, cantata for contralto, German premiere)

Orchestra of the Deutsche Opern, conducted by Zoltan Jeney


October 30, 2005
Neu St. Johann, Closter Church
J.S. Bach: Kantate BWV 131 „Aus der Tiefe“
Gyula Fekete: Media Vita (cantata for contralto and strings)
F.J. Werner: Requiem

with  "Il mosaico" Orchestra, conducted by Hermann Ostendarp


October 29, 2005
St. Gallen, Cathedral
J.S. Bach: Kantate BWV 131 „Aus der Tiefe“
Gyula Fekete: Media Vita (cantata for contralto and strings) - first performance
G. J. Werner: Requiem
with  "Il mosaico" Orchestra, Schola Cantorum Budapestiensis, conducted by Hermann Ostendarp


October 19, 2005  
Budapest, Palace of Arts (MÜPA), Festival Theatre
Balázs Horváth Balázs: Line, Words, Letters (Sorok, szavak, betűk), songs after the poems of Lajos Parti Nagy - first performance
with Gábor Csonka (violin), Géza Hargitai (bassoon)


May 26, 2006
Berlin, Collegium Hungaricum
recital, songs by Kurtag, Hans Krasa, Selmeczi
with Mariann Marczi (piano)


February 12, 2006
Budapest, "BALINT" Jewish Cultural Centre
recital, songs by Mahler, Loewe, Schubert, Duparc
with Mariann Marczi (piano)


May 24, 2005 
Berlin, BKA Theater
Nikolai Badinski: Vollmondnacht im Sommer - first performance
with Mariann Marczi  (piano)


November 28, 2004
Budapest, Music Academy
Gyula Fekete: Five Songs after Laszlo Moholy-Nagy - first performance
with Mariann Marczi (piano)


October 18-19, 2004
Bratislava, Radio Bratislava
Richard Edlinger: Der Zug, vocal symphony - first performance
with Maximilian Schell, Adrian Erod, Laszlo Fekete (voice), Wiener Philharmoniker Orchestra, conducted by Richard Edlinger


October 15, 2004
Amsterdam, Felix Meritis
recital, songs by Mahler, Ravel, Kurtag
with Mariann Marczi (piano), György Konrad (reading)


May 17, 2004
Berlin, Collegium Hungaricum
recital, songs by Mahler, Kodaly, Kurtag
with Mariann Marczi (piano), Dea Szűcs (violin)


February 29, 2004
Budapest, Óbudai Társaskör
recital, balladas by Loewe, Schubert, Debussy, Duparc, Liszt
with Mariann Marczi (piano)


February 28, 2004
Budapest, Liszt Museum - Liszt Academy
recital, balladas by Loewe, Schubert, Debussy, Duparc, Liszt
with Mariann Marczi (piano)


November 3, 2002
Budapest, Puppet Theatre - Budapest Autumn Festival
Gergely Vajda: The Giant Baby (Az óriáscsecsemő), chamber opera - first performance
directed by Balázs Kovalik, conducted by Gergely Vajda




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