Marcell Dénes-Worowski and Dénes Seidl are the founders of ZeneMűvek edutainment project.
With this initiative their aim is to give a new narrative to the relationship between young audience and classical music. The aim of their performances is to provide a direct tool for the audience so that their concert experience and listening to music in general becomes deeper and more complex.
In the framework of Central European University’s Young Musicians Concert Series they are going to show chamber music formations that are on one hand significant ensembles of the Hungarian classical music scene, on the other which make it possible to discover important segments of music literature (string quartet, acapella singing, Baroque musical forms, etc.)
The first concert’s guest is the Korossy Quartet. The aim of the Quartet is to carry on the deservedly famous Hungarian string quartet tradition, as well as to introduce and present the widest possible repertoire to domestic and foreign audiences.
We will listen to Felix Mendelssohn’s String Quartet in A minor and String Quartet No. 2 by Béla Bartók that will take us into the world of romanticism, but also into the suffering Bartók was experiencing over the senseless bloodshed that happened during World War I. Almost a century passed between the birth of the two pieces, nevertheless, they are connected by a personal flavor they both have. The listener can join this intimacy during the first concert.
Please, register here: https://forms.office.com/r/bW8CeDsbPE
The event will be held in Hungarian, with necessary translation if needed.
To ensure everybody's safety participants are requested to present a vaccine certificate/green pass at the entrance and/or proof of recovery and wear a mask during the event.