Classical Music Shaken, Not Stirred
Saturday, October 26, 2019 / 18:00 - 21:00
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a Kalmus Felicián koncert
A part of the proceeds willbe used to support the Hungarian minorities in Transcarpathia.
Besides the greatest classical pieces, Felicián’s concert encompasses movie soundtracks, folk songs and compositions of his own.
Everything he plays is soaked with his own characteristic style which opens the heart towards classical music with ease.
Felicián guides his listeners into and through a very colourful musical world. He combines the classical and electronically generated sounds and elements effortlessly, and he always brings his cello in the forefront at the exactly right time.
During summer of 2018 his very first album entitled “Great Great Grandma” appeared revealing his daring adaptations of well known Hungarian folk song motifs. The motto of the album is: “My great-great grandmother’s songs in my world”.
Canadaian Tour 2019
- October 25th – Halifax
- October 26th – Ottawa Hungarian Community Centre
- October 27th – Csillagösvény Association, Montreál
- November 1st – Mindszenty Hall, Windsor
- November 2nd – Toronto
- November 3rd – Roman Catholic Church, Hamilton
|Magyar Miniszterelnökség Nemzetpolitikai Államtitkárság|
|Bethlen Gábor Alap|
|Nemzeti Kulturlális Alap|
|The Canadian tour is supported by the Extra Hungariam Foundation in collaboration with the NAHC.|
18:00 — Dinner
19:00 — Concert
About the ArtistFelicián Kalmus „… was born in Hungary, and started playing the cello at the age of five. Over the next few years he won many competitions, and played his first solo concert with the symphonic orchestra at age of eight. Felicián graduated from the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy (Budapest). He began performing many of his own compositions during his time at the academy, and is known (in Hungary) as the crossover cellist. Felicián has been featured on several CD-s, film and advertisement musics. Has been working with highlighted Hungarian artists. Meanwhile currently playing in two bands, he is focusing on his crossover solo performance as well as on his #randomcello project.” [https://feliciankalmus.com/hu/]
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