On 8 March 2021, the chamber music series of Terzet-Trio featured works by French composers entirely. Beside pieces by Delibes, Ravel and Saint-Saëns, the chorus members and musicians of the Opera presented rarities as well. The performance was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
Artists of the Opera Chorus and Orchestra dedicated the 1 March 2021 Terzet-Trio programme to Mozart and composers connected with him featuring popular pieces and rarities. The performance was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
On 22 February 2021, in the 20th episode of Terzet-Trio, chorus members paid homage to one of the greatest composers of Lieder, whereas musicians made a selection of works by famous masters and apprentices. The performance was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
In the 15 February 2021 programme of Terzet-Trio, chorus and orchestra members took viewers on a journey to 19th and 20th century music through works by Schubert, Beethoven and lesser-known composers. The performance was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
The 8 February 2020 Terzet-Trio programme offered a selection of intimate songs, virtuoso violin pieces and unmissable adaptations from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
The 1 February 2021 Terzet-Trio show awaited online viewers with real gems from Breton songs through adaptations of popular pieces to contemporary compositions. The performance was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
In the 25 January 2021 programme of Terzet-Trio, viewers could enjoy music through the ages from the baroque period to present days: Italian duets, a Mozart paraphrase, old French dances in 19th century interpretation and a string quartet of a contemporary Hungarian composer. The stream started at 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
In the 18 January 2021 programme of the Terzet-Trio series, viewers could hear a selection of songs by Haydn as well as chamber pieces by composers who lived around the turn of the last century. The performance was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
From January 2021, the artists of the Opera Chorus and Orchestra show their talent on Monday evenings from 8:00 p.m on Facebook and Origo.hu. On 11 January 2021, in the first stream of the New Year, the Chorus presented a French programme whereas the Orchestra performed baroque pieces and as well as a rarity by a Hungarian composer from the turn of the previous century.
In the final Terzet-Trio-Trois of 2020, the ensembles of the Hungarian State Opera rang out the old with pieces in which they could highlight their virtuoso talents. Viewers of the stream enjoyed vocal works by Brahms, compositions by Baroque and contemporary composers, and classical choreographies from 8:00 p.m. on 18 December 2020, on Facebook and Origo.hu.
In the 11 December 2020 programme of Terzet-Trio-Trois, viewers could hear the Chorus perform German songs. The Orchestra focused on Viennese classical composers, whereas the Hungarian National Ballet Institute continued the festive preparations with an excerpt from The Nutcracker. The event was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
For the 4 December 2020 Terzet-Trio show, chorus members – as it is their custom – prepared pieces from one nations's music. This time it was a Russian programme they presented, which the musicians of the Orchestra also joined with excerpts from The Nutcracker on occasion of preparation for the festive season. The performance was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
In the tenth episode of Terzet-Trio on 27 November 2020, viewers could mostly enjoy pieces by composers either of French origin, or who had certain connections to France or French culture. The programme was streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
On 20 November 2020, all three great ensembles of the Hungarian State Opera presented works by composers of the second half of the 19th century. A selection of songs by Rheinberger, Serenade by Dvořák, and excerpts from Tchaikovsky's ballets were streamed from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
On 13 November 2020, the Terzet-Trio-Trois series was presented in its original form again from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu. The Opera Chorus prepared with songs by Rossini, one of the greatest Italian composers, whereas the Orchestra performed pieces by the Austrian Schubert and Lickl, and the Ballet also returned with spectacular pieces in the programme.
The live online series of Terzet-Trio continued on 6 November 2020. Following the French programme by the Opera Chorus the previous time, now they performed works by English composers. As it is customary, the Orchestra presented the viewers with a cavalcade of chamber pieces. The ballet dancers were missing from the show, but fans of the genre could still listen to a couple of excerpts from Swan Lake from 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
Starting with 30 October 2020, the series continued under the title Terzet-Trio in which the Opera Chorus and Orchestra present chamber pieces as usual. However, the artists of the Hungarian National Ballet are to be seen on stage in the upcoming months, in Swan Lake and The Nutcracker at the Erkel Theatre, and in A Streetcar Named Desire at the Eiffel art Studios.
For the 5th installment of the series streamed live on 23 October 2020, Hungary's National Day, the ensembles of the Hungarian State Opera – the Chorus, the Orchestra and the Ballet – prepared a special festive programme for the viewers of the live stream starting at 8:00 p.m. on Facebook and Origo.hu.
The fourth episode of the TTT series took the viewers of the Facebook and Origo.hu stream on a musical roller coaster from the baroque era to contemporary South-American compositions. Russian ballet music was also prominently featured in the show as the ballet dancers performed several excerpts from Swan Lake. A special work commissioned by the Opera was also heard for the first time on 16 October 2020, from 8:00 p.m.
The third episode of the Terzet-Trio-Trois series on 9 October 2020 allowed viewers once again to witness the more intimate moments of the ensembles of the Opera: the Chorus, the Orchestra and the Ballet. In the programme streamed live from the Sándor Hevesi Stage of the Eiffel Art Studios from 8 p.m., apart from a couple of popular melodies, some lesser-known pieces could also be heard. The show offered a virtual tour around the world: sailing on Debussy's boat, crossing a Spanish river barefoot, visiting the imaginary country of Pontevedro, and taking a stroll in the land of fairy tales.
In the series that began at the end of September, the ensembles of the Opera participate in a special show during lockdown: every Friday, at 8 p.m., the programme entitled Terzet-Trio-Trois gives the chance to the Opera Chrous (chorus master: Gábor Csiki) to sing choral pieces, the Opera Orchestra (general music director: Balázs Kocsár) to play chamber concerts, and the Hungarian National Ballet (artistic director: Tamás Solymosi) to perform solo choreographies or pas de deux.
The ensembles of the Opera will participate in a special show during lockdown: every Friday, at 8 p.m., the programme entitled Terzet-Trio-Trois gives the chance to the Opera Chrous (chorus master: Gábor Csiki) to sing choral pieces, the Opera Orchestra (general music director: Balázs Kocsár) to play chamber concerts, and the Hungarian National Ballet (artistic director: Tamás Solymosi) to perform solo choreographies or pas de deux.