Vác - Fehérek Temploma - 2018. 06. 30. 20:00

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Emőke Baráth soprano soloist, member of the Hungarian State Opera House.

The Junior Prima Award-winner soprano began her musical education in Gödöllő, studying the piano and cello. She pursued her studies in singing and playing the harp at the Szent István Király Music Conservatory in Budapest. Her first master in singing was József Hormai before she was accepted in 2007 to the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, in the class of Professor Júlia Pászthy. During the 2011/2012 school year, she also studied at the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory in Florence with Professor Leonardo De Lisi. She took part in several master classes with Barbara Bonney, Kiri Te Kanawa, Éva Marton, Klára Kolonits, Nancy Argenta, Masaaki Suzuki, Alfred Brendel, Ferenc Rados, Sylvia Sass, Deborah York, Nicholas Clapton and Andrea Meláth. Emőke Baráth won First Prize and Audience Award at the Pietro Cesti Baroque Opera Competition in Innsbruck, Austria. She contributes to the concerts of the Orfeo Orchestra (conducted by György Vashegyi) and the Savaria Baroque Orchestra (conducted by Pál Németh) on a regular basis and she took part in several common projects with Gábor Takács-Nagy, Alan Curtis and Paul McCreesh. Ms Baráth performed at a number of national and international music festivals, singing at prestigious concert venues and theatres such as the Hungarian State Opera House, Sopron Early Music Festival, Miskolc Opera Festival, Zemplén Festival, Palace of Arts Budapest, Verbier Festival, Bellerive Festival Schwitzerland, Innsbruck Early Music Festival, Theater an der Wien, Théatre des Champs-Élysées Paris, Royal Opera Versailles, Nikolaisaal Potsdam, Staatstheater Braunschweig, Brandenburger Theater, Tschaikovsky Concert Hall and Pushkin Museum Moscow. She often steps on stage as soloist of oratories, chamber concerts and singing recitals.

Orfeo Orchestra

The orchestra was founded in 1990 by György Vashegyi (born in 1970), chief conductor and art director who, after pursuing his violin, flute, oboa and cembalo studies, had graduated with honor in 1993 from the Conducting Department of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. The Orfeo Orchestra, consisting of 15-35 young musicians playing period instruments, is considered one of the most relevant early music ensembles in Hungary. Its repertoire ranges from Monteverdi to Mozart. The orchestra has given several concerts of great success in Germany (Festsspiele, Dresden, 1993), in France (Festival d’art sacré, Paris, 1995), in Belgium (Europalia, Namur, 1999), in Scwitzerland, in Luxemburg, in Italy, in Israel (Rishon LeZion Spring Festival, 2001) and in South-America. Hungaroton record company has released a number of CDs with Orfeo Orchestra and its partner ensemble, the Purcell Choir, recording Istvánffy, Kraus, Charpentier and Tartini pieces. Over the past few years, the ensemble contributed several period instrument performances; Requiem and Cosí fan tutte by Mozart, German Requiem and St Matthew Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach were performed the very first time in Hungary with the original instrumental setting.

Purcell Choir

The Purcell Choir was founded in 1990 by György Vashegyi with the special aim of performing the concert version of the Dido and Aeneas by the great composer of the English Baroque music. Vashegyi, who was studying at the Conducting Department of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music at that time, did not even think that after 15 years his choir will have been considered the top early music ensemble of the Hungarian classical music scene. The choir consists of excellent and well educated young singers and instrumental musicians. Many of them take part in the work of other choirs or perform as a soloist with various ensembles. The repertoire of the Purcell Choir is mainly based on the music of the period ranging from Gesualdo to Mozart. Additionally, they often perform compostions of later periods as well. The choir participates in te programme of the historical Haydn Festival in Fertőd-Eszterháza on a regular basis. In 2004, the Purcell Choir together with the Capella Savaria ensemble performed at the festival under the baton of Nicholas McGegan. Purcell Choir has had an established partnership with the Orfeo Orchestra. In cooperation, they released a number of tv and CD records.



Emőke Baráth

Orfeo Orchestra

Purcell Choir


G. Torelli: Domine ad adjuvandum me festina in D
J. Kuhnau: Bone Jesu, care Jesu 
G.F. Handel: Gloria in B
J. S. Bach: Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke BWV 84
A. Vivaldi: Gloria in D

Ticket: 4 500 Ft

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