Hotel Tugu Bali is offering a magical evening with two of the world’s most celebrated classical musicians, Adam Gyorgy and Bence Szepesi, on May 14, 2019.
Adam Gyorgy began his career as “The Unknown Pianist” in his home country of Hungary and today, more than 300 million people know his name around the globe following his playing of Chopin in Poland, during the opening of the UEFA European Football Championship with a live global TV broadcast.
Never wanting to stick within the rigid borders of classical and other genres of music, this talented pianist has frequented major world stages such as the Carnegie Hall in New York and others. In his Tugu performance, the audience will get to see Gyorgy’s solo piano improvisations with works by Frederic Chopin and Franz Liszt.
Joining Gyorgy on several numbers will be another Hungarian celebrated musician, Bence Szepesi. As a clarinet player, Szepesi has already achieved considerable recognition in his native Hungary and throughout Europe. A graduate with distinction from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, he counts among his honors Hungary’s Artisjus Award and now teaches at the University of Miskolc. He has lectured and performed widely as soloist and as principal clarinetist of the Dohnanyi Symphony Orchestra, and he directs the Budapest Saxophone Quartet, which he founded in 1995. His virtuosity and poetry are unparalleled in the clarinet world.
The event will be staged in the Bale Agung at Hotel Tugu Bali with no cover charge. Space will be limited so early reservations are essential. The event starts at 7pm with dinner and wine reception, followed by the performance which will take place without an intermission. For booking enquiries, please contact the hotel directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at +62 361 4731701