'For every measure I look for the right movement, because every measure has its own music,' conductor Gabor Kali said in an interview. In this multicoloured concert programme, the young Hungarian conductor can indulge himself completely. Like a master interpreter, he translates the most diverse musical worlds into expressive gestures.
From the exotic 'Turkish' of Mozart's Overture to the adventure in a Percussion Concerto composed especially for Dominique Vleeshouwers (winner of the Dutch Music Prize). And from the classical world of Haydn, who still makes you fall from one surprise to another in his very last Symphony, to the pure folklore of Bartók, who roamed the Hungarian countryside with his phonograph in search of inspiration. His Hungarian sketches are a motley succession of folk tales in genteel music.
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