Three generations of organists on one stage
The appearance of American soul jazz legend Rhoda Scott with Hungaryʼs Xavér Varnus and Balázs Bärnkopf brings together three generations of organists on the stage of the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena on December 19, performing Ravelʼs Bolero on three organs together for the first time in the history of music.
The world-famous “barefoot countess” Rhoda Scott, similarly to Xavér Varnus, loves experimenting with music, the organizers say. The two musicians promise to spice up the holiday spirit with deep emotions, dynamics, and thrilling and unique musical sounds.
With organist Balázs Bärnkopf as guest musician, the concert promises a selection of classical and well-known Christmas songs, accompanied by the Art Anzix chamber orchestra.
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