The excellent acoustics of St Stephen's Basilica is a great place for an organ concert where you can enjoy the world famous arias night after night. The program of the concert was adapted by Miklos Teleki who is among one of the best organists in Hungary.
- Classical melodies from composers including Mozart, Vivaldi, Liszt, Bach, Schubert and more
- Visit the magnificent St. Stephen’s Basilica which is one of the most beautiful neo-classical buildings of Budapest
- World famous arias
70 minute organ concert
|Participants||1 - 300 spectators|
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It is recommended to be at the venue half an hour before the concert starts at 20:00. Seats are selected on a first come first served basis. Please see the enclosed PDF for a map of the seating area in order to help you book your seat for this event.
In case of pick up & drop off service
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1051 Budapest, V. kerület, Szent István tér 1, Hungary
Offered byHungária Koncert Kft
The St. Stephen’s Basilica is arguably the most beautiful neo-classical buildings of the Hungarian capital. The church provides excellent acoustics which makes it ideal for an organ concert.
The organist Miklos Teleki is responsbile for creating the program of the concert with the arias being performed by Kolos Kováts. The flute is performed by Eleonóra Krusic known for having played in orchestras in Barcelona, Zurich, Graz and Vienna.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Fantasie in F minor K 506
Alessandro Stradella (1639-1682): Pietà Signore
Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1751): Adagio
Liszt Ferenc (1811-1886) - Camille Saint-Saёns (1835-1921): Legend in A major (St. Francis of Assisi's Sermon to the Birds)
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901): Prayer of Fiesco from opera Simone Boccanegra
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Polonaise, Minuet and Badinerie from Suite in B minor BWV 1067
Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565
We reserve the right to change the programme.