'OrganExpedition', National Concert Hall, 11 September

  • 10 Sep 2018 9:16 AM
'OrganExpedition', National Concert Hall, 11 September
Once a month, those with a thirst for knowledge can gain some insight into the "secrets” of one of Müpa Budapest's most exciting features under the guidance of organist László Fassang.

The head of the OrganExpedition programme is a teacher at both the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest and the Conservatoire de Paris, as well as being the programmer of Müpa Budapest's organ concerts.

Here, he will speak as an accomplished expert about the instrument's centuries of history before introducing, over the course of a video-enhanced presentation chock full of interesting facts, Müpa Budapest own organ, which comprises 6804 pipes, 92 registers and five manuals.

The programme concludes with some virtuoso organ-playing to both introduce the instrument and give participants a taste of its endless possibilities.

Date and time: Tuesday 11 September,  4 pm — 5 pm

Venue: Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
Address: 1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.

Ticket prices: HUF 2000

Source: mupa.hu

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