Carillon Concert

Sunday, December 12, 2010

After Sami Garam's Xmas brunch at Le Meridien
went to Belvárosi szinház
to listen Xmas Carillon Concert
The building used to host Film Museum
but after succesfull renovation
it's been a theatre
- very retro style
Didn't really know what to expect
from a carillon concert!
- it all started rather promisingly
by the Vác Symphonic Orchestra
and Szilvia Kárászy playing carillon
(above in the pic)
But then started the speeches...
and it all turn out to "ein bischen komisch"
- it was supposed to a Xmas concert
but there're not real Xmas songs
- the clarinetist played pieces from his newest album,
which were all far from christmas music
- he even played pan flute
with playback mariachi music,
the same El canción del mariachi
that Antonio Banderas has sung!!!
and the audience loved it...
Somehow everything was so typical Hungarian!
It was a show
which was kind of fun actually
But the carillon would have worked better
in a bigger place
- now it was too loud
Szilvia seems to be very symphatic person
The Vác Symphonic Orchestra
conducting by Pál Farkas
Conductor Pál Farkas,
carillon player Szilvia Kárászy
& clarinetist St. Martin
The 10th "Golden Bell" prize was distributed
at the end of the concert to
Markusz Norbert

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