For the first time, you can see the Havasi Symphonic Orchestra on an open-air stage. The concert will take place at 8.30 PM on 21 August 2019, at St. Ladislaus’s Square (Unirii) in Oradea, Romania.
The Havasi Symphonic Concert consists of the work of one of today’s most impressive and versatile young artists, Balázs Havasi. He is fresh, passionate, and magical at the same time. He combines classical music with diverse world music and rock elements. The piano and drum perfectly fit next to each other.
The highlight of his performance is “the instrumental duel“, which is actually the play of two great musicians in one beat. HAVASI, a classical pianist at the Conservatory, and Endi, the rock drummer, are performing together on stage with one common goal: to create great music across genre boundaries. Their game is both collaborative and duel, a fascinating clash, and the instruments sparkle while highlighting the surprising fact that drum equipment can sound subtle and piano power can match that of percussion
Havasi graduated from the world-famous Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, he has a deep knowledge of classical music, yet he is able to play classical instruments to meet the expectation of our modern age. He has performed at some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls including the Carnegie Hall in New York and the Sydney Opera House. He also performed at the Budapest Arena, the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, the Tauron Arena in Krakow as well as in the Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna.
HAVASI Symphonic Orchestra ranked second on the Billboard charts for international concerts. His Las Vegas-style production is created by Brian Burke, an American director-producer who is associated with Céline Dion’s The New Day Las Vegas Show, Il Divo, and America’s Got Talent), as well as the ideas of the French visual designer, Gilles Papain.
Unlike traditional classical music concerts, it is not a problem if children are participating in this extraordinarily imaginative production. Parents are strongly encouraged to bring their children over the age of three to the concert.
Photo credit: Havasi