Six years ago, the first Piano Day was declared to celebrate the virtues of the keyboard instrument. Four years ago, with the event gaining popularity around the world, Hungary also joined in. This piano festival takes place on the 88th day of each year - the number of keys on the keyboard (although in leap years like 2020 it takes place on the 89th day). This will be Müpa Budapest's second time hosting the events held in the Hungarian capital. At this year's concerts being presented from early afternoon to late evening in various spaces around the building, the sound of the piano will be supplemented by the music of the human voice and other instruments. In addition, all of the performances of the compositions in the programme will be Hungarian premières, and all of the international guest artists will be making their Hungarian débuts.
Jakob Lindhagen & Vargkvint
29 March 2020, 4 pm Glass Hall
Vaghy & Endre Kertész
29 March 2020, 5 pm Banner Square
29 March 2020, 6 pm Glass Hall
CEEYS / Luca D'Alberto
29 March 2020, 8 pm Festival Theatre