- 13 Dec 2012 10:55 AM
Video: Launch Night of CEU's Artists in Residence Program (2011)
The following solo sonata in A major, Op. 101 from 1816, played by Németh, is more representative of his late period, marking the point of departure into more free-form impressionistic structures, but even then it is a lively, positive work, beautifully presented.
And title notwithstanding, the evening finished with a trio, the Op. 1. No. 2 piano trio in G major (this time with Fejérvári at the keys), dating right from the start of his career in 1795, one of his first opus numbered works.
The CAC's spring season in 2013 is bound to be just as entertaining, and well worth signing up for at http://cac.ceu.hu. The programs are varied (from free jazz to Turkish folk), the venue is CEU's glorious old premises near the Basilica, and entry and wine are free. Great.
Follow the next link for more about the CEU artists-in-residence Classicus Ensemble.
By Paul StJohn Mackintosh for XpatLoop.com