“ONE HUNDRED SECRETS STIR”
100TH ANNIVERSARY OF MUSICAL, LITERARY EVENING IN MEMORY OF 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF ADY ENDRE’S DEATH
Ady Endre brought a new concept of personality and national self-worth, and thanks to those concepts brought a completely new, modern, and bold poetic language to the Hungarian spirit in the beginning of the 20th century. He did all of that in a way that was deeply rooted in the history and culture of homeland. He experienced the contemporary crisis, the collapse of the traditional European worldview and values not only as a loss of identity for himself, but for the community and the nation. He set himself no less a goal to save and redefine the remaining values, to combine “new times with new songs”.
The program aims to help the audience delve deeper into the poetry of Ady Endre with an added flavor of folk and classical music.
During the performance, Hungarian folk music, classical music, Hungarian jazz music, and poetry all intertwine. The following performers contribute to help realize the performance: Aux Éva – actor and singer, Bognár András and Vizeli Máté – folk musicians, and the Budapest Chamber Music Workshop.
Balogh Kálmán – cimbalom (dulcimer)
Bognár András – bass
Csík János – violin, singing
Dresch Mihály – saxophone, fuhun
Budapest Chamber Music Workshop