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Last event date: Sunday, January 01 2023 7:30PM

For the 10th time, the performance of the famous Symphony No. 9 will dominate the OPERA’s New Year celebrations. Back in the day, its Hungarian premiere was directed by the same Ferenc Erkel who was also the OPERA’s first music director. Every year, a different brilliant composer is selected to direct the masterpiece, and there is nobody at the OPERA who is better acquainted with this work and who can express with more confidence or greater strength the inherent values and message that make the work perfect to underscore the hope of a new year. What makes the performance even more special is that this will be the first time it will include the 28 pages of Mahler’s notes that reaffirm Beethoven’s score in a number of points.

Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 (Mahler’s version)Conductor: Ádám Medveczky
Soloists: Gabriella Létay Kiss, Anna Kissjudit, István Horváth, Krisztián Cser
Featuring the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra and Chorus
Inaugural by Dr András Csókay neurosurgeon
Hosted by Szilveszter Ókovács general director

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