FACES OF ROMANTICISM – ALEXANDER ULLMAN AND THE DANUBIA ORCHESTRA ÓBUDA CONDUCTOR: BALÁZS BÁNFI Bartók Béla National Concert Hall Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto in B-flat minor, op. 23 Mahler: Symphony No. 1 in D major (“Titan”) Featuring: Alexander Ullman - piano The future belongs to the young, so they say, but we might also add that so does the present. The international music scene is kept in motion in no small part by these young titans, who inject it with new colour and new energy; the world of classical music is consequently in a state of constant renewal. Naturally this is only true of the truly outstanding talents, and both the soloist and conductor of this concert – with a combined age of just 50 – fit that category. Born in England, Alexander Ullman gained fame in Budapest as winner of the International Liszt Piano Competition in 2011, but this was only one triumph of many achieved by this young musician, who has now made his home in the United States. The journey of the evening’s conductor Balázs Bánfi began in the town of Tatabánya, from where he proceeded through the Academy of Music in Budapest and on to the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, where he graduated in 2012. Bánfi has taken the opportunity to pursue further studies under masters such as Zubin Mehta, Simon Rattle, Daniel Harding, Bertrand de Billy and David Zinman. He has been conductor of the Szolnok Symphony Orchestra since 2011, but also maintains close ties to several Austrian orchestras.
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