Scenic cantata, in the original languages, with Hungarian subtitles
Before the show, the Bordó Sárkány Old Music Order will perform to get the audience tuned in and keyed up for medieval melodies.
We wish to inform you that we occasionally use light effects that may be disturbing or excessively bright for some members of the audience.
This production is presented courtesy of Schott Music GmbH & Co.
This performance was recorded on the 23rd of September 2018 at the Erkel Theatre.
- Erkel Theatre – Main stage
- May 22, 2021
- Start time
- 8 p.m.
- End time
- 9:30 p.m.
Magical images in 3D
For 15 years, painter and organist Ágnes Zászkaliczky and conductor and cellist Tibor Bogányi have been working together on finding ways to attract a wider range of audience segments to classical concerts by enhancing their productions with singular visual experiences: Zászkaliczky selects projected material from paintings created expressly for the given musical piece. Their largest-scale effort to date is the super-production Carmina Burana, which they put together with the world-renowned Budapest-based Freelusion Studio.
Tibor Bogányi and Ágnes Zászkaliczky
“The production of Carmina Burana being staged in Budapest is an experience of a lifetime.”
Domokos Lajos Kabai, Bekiáltás