Louis Andriessen: Workers Union

Thursday, 22 September 2022   |   19:45 - 22:45

Louis Andriessen: Workers Union

Budapest Festival Orchestra with Maestro Iván Fischer give a tournee of six concerts in Bonn, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Budapest and Bratislava with Louis Andriessen’s Workers Union on the program.

Program: Andriessen, Mozart Kv 365- soloists: Lucas and Arthur Jussen , Beethoven Sinfony No. 3

 

  • Composer(s): Louis Andriessen
  • Title(s) of the Work(s):

    Workers Union

  • Performer, Ensemble or Orchestra: Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor: Iván Fischer

Date

Sep 22 2022
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Time

19:45 - 22:45
Budapest, Palace of Arts, Hungary

Location

Budapest, Palace of Arts, Hungary
Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1, 1095, Hungary
Website
https://mupa.hu/en

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