Royal Palace of Gödöllö

Royal Palace of Gödöllö

Novo Celje

Novo Celje

Boughton House

Boughton House

Trakoscan Castle

Trakoscan Castle

Varasdin Castle

Varasdin Castle

Boughton House

Boughton House

Brixworth Church

Brixworth Church

Pisece Castel

Pisece Castel

Sulgrave Manor

Sulgrave Manor

Esterházy Castel Tata

Esterházy Castel Tata

Grad Grad

Grad Grad

Fawsley Hall

Fawsley Hall

Zalec Castle

Zalec Castle

Nagytétényi Castle

Nagytétényi Castle

Staunton Harold

Staunton Harold

Wenckheim Palace

Wenckheim Palace

Zichy Palace

Zichy Palace

Wenckheim Palace

Wenckheim Palace

Varazdinske Toplice

Varazdinske Toplice

Tracoscan Castle

Tracoscan Castle

Zalaegerszeg Synagog

Zalaegerszeg Synagog

Hotel Bauer Venice

Hotel Bauer Venice

Aynhoe Park

Aynhoe Park

Pécel Castle

Pécel Castle

Pápa Castle

Pápa Castle

Pálffy Palace

Pálffy Palace

Nyírbéltek Church

Nyírbéltek Church

Nyírbátor Castle

Nyírbátor Castle

Kimbolton Castle

Kimbolton Castle

Malonyai Castle

Malonyai Castle

Hungarian Cultural Foundation

Hungarian Cultural Foundation

Hungarian Cultural Foundation

Hungarian Cultural Foundation

Ludbreg Batthyány Castle

Ludbreg Batthyány Castle

Krizevci Chatedral

Krizevci Chatedral

Kisvárda Synagog

Kisvárda Synagog

Kisvárda Synagog

Kisvárda Synagog

Kiscelli Castle

Kiscelli Castle

Kimbolton Castle

Kimbolton Castle

Hotel Bauer Venice

Hotel Bauer Venice

Royal Palace of Gödöllő

Royal Palace of Gödöllő

Royal Palace of Gödöllő

Royal Palace of Gödöllő

Royal Palace of Gödöllő

Royal Palace of Gödöllő

Wenkheim Palace

Wenkheim Palace

Festetich Palace Budapest

Festetich Palace Budapest

Fawsley Hall

Fawsley Hall

Esterházy Palace Pápa

Esterházy Palace Pápa

Cranford Hall

Cranford Hall

Bogensperk Castle

Bogensperk Castle

St Mary of the snow church

St Mary of the snow church

Barátok Church

Barátok Church

Aynhoe Park

Aynhoe Park

2004-2019

 

Több mint 250 koncert 

 

A Gödöllői Királyi Kastély állandő fellépő együttese vagyunk.

 

 

Legfontosabb fellépések: 

 

2005-2019 Royal Palace of Gödöllő (Hungary) 50 concerts

2009-2019 Concerts in English country houses and in Churches - 18 concerts

2019 - Concert at Aberdeen University (Scotland)  

2011-2017  Varazdin Baroque Evenings (Croatia) - 12 concerts

2017 Christmas Concerts in Serbia - 2 concerts

2017 Festival Andres Segovia, Madrid

2012 -2017 Varna Early Music Festival (Bulgaria) - 4 concerts

2016 - 2017 "Váci Vigalom" Fesztivál ( Hungary) - 2 concerts

2009-2013 Concerts in England with Fiori Musicali - 12 concerts 

2011-2012 Festival Brezice (Slovenia) - 5 concerts 

2005-2012 Baroque Days Gödöllő (Hungary) - 5 concerts

2006-2012 Baroque Wedding Győr (Hungary) - 4 concerts

2010-2012 Valley of Arts (Hungary) – 3 concerts

2011 Ars Antiqua Festival (Slovakia)

2011 Palace of Arts  – Festival theater (Hungary) - 2 concerts

2009 Carnival in Venice (Italy)

2005-2006 Hungarian Cultural Foundation (Hungary) – 23 concerts 

Festival Nyírbátori – 2 concerts

Old Academy of Music (Budapest) – 5 concerts

Bartók Radio  - Marble room 

Duna TV – Mentor programme

Baroque Ball Győr – 2 concerts

Zichy Palace Győr – 2 concerts

Mathias Church Budapest

University Church Budapest 

Zalaegerszeg Concert Hall  - 2 concerts

Martonvásár - Town Museum

Early Music Days Kisvárda 

Hungarian Cultural Foundation - Conference of Hungarian Bishops 

Initiation of Knights of Malta – 6 concerts

Pestszentlőrinc Old Town Hall – 3 concerts

Feherek Temploma - Vac 

Kastélyok, paloták, templomok, ahol koncertünk volt:  

 

England:

Kimbolton Castle

Boughton House

Aynhoe Park

Cranford Hall

Fawsley Hall

Brockhall

Staunton Harold

Sulgrave Manor

The Charterhouse - London

The Castel - Wellinborough

St. Michael’s Church – Oxford

Brixworth Saxon Church

Wellinborough Chatolic Church

The Courtenay Centre - Newton Abbot

Metodist Church – Northampton

Boughton Church

Hinton St George Festival

Flore Arts Events Festival

Scotland:

Kings Chapel - Aberdeen University

Slovenia:

Bogensperk castle

Grad – castle Felsőlendva

Zalec castle

Tracoscan castle

Pisece castle

Art Gallery – Ljubljana

 

Slovakia:

Betler castle

Csetnek church

 

Bulgaria:

Art Gallery - Varna

University Hall

 

Croatia:

Mary of the snow church – Belec

Varazdin Castle

Krizevci Cathedral

Ludbreg Castle

Varasdinske Toplice church

Krizevci Chatolic Church

Fine Arts Gallery in Varazdin

Serbia: 

Royal Palace in Belgrade

City Hall Novi Sad

Spain: 

Theatre Isabel Infanta, Madrid

 

Italia:

Hotel Bauer – Venice

 

Hungary:

Royal Palace  - Grassalkovich Palace -  Gödöllő

Esterházy Palace- Papa

Festetich Palace- Budapest

Esterházy Palace- Tata

Wenkheim Palace – Budapest

Palffi Palace – Budapest

Ráday Castle  - Pécel

Malonyai Castle

Nyirbátor Castle

Nagytétény Castle

Zalaegerszeg – Synagog

Kisvárda – Synagog

Zichy Palace – Győr

Old Music Academy  -  Budapest

Hungarian Cultural Foundation  - Budapest

Barátok Church – Kecskemét

Church – Kapolcs

Feherek  Temploma - Vac

Danube Palace - Budapest 

 

Fontos személyek, akik megtiszteltek minket koncertünkön jelenlétükkel: 

 

Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry -  Boughton House

Lady and Lord Robinson - Cranford Hall

Charles Edward Maurice Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer and his Family - Althorp 

James Perkins - Aynhoe Park

Ferenc Madl and Dalma Madl - President of the Republic Hungary

Bishops of Hungary  - Conference of Hungarian Bishops

The Knights of Malta  - inaugurations

Janos Dezso - Hungarian Cultural Attache in Serbia

 

 

Kritikák:  

 

Part of a review of Mr Alan Cooper, about our concert in Aberdeen University's King's College Chapel in 2019:


"Thursday’s concert was wonderfully entertaining. First of all there were the splendidly colourful Rococo costumes worn by at least three of the performers. Frauke Jürgensen, Judit Felszeghy and László Blaskovics all performed marvellous light footed and elegant dances. 
I was greatly impressed by recorder player Katalin Kállay. She put not just her face and head but sometimes her whole body into her playing, swaying, gyrating and all but dancing into the lines of her music. Was this overdone? I don’t care because in every respect, the sound of her playing was the best I have ever heard on recorder. The detail, the ornaments, the varied dynamics in her playing lifted the entire performance every time she played. The vocal blending of coloratura soprano Judit Felszeghy and male soprano, so clean and clear, László Blaskovics was thoroughly delicious. "

After Brixworth Concert 2015:

ENSEMBLE MARQUISE - "TECHNICAL PERFECTION"
An exquisite concert by this virtuosic Baroque ensemble from Hungary, centred around the secret Language of The Fans. A programme of mainly Baroque music was interspersed with amusing vignettes explaining the use of the fan in the 18th century as a language of love. Both counter-tenor, Laszlo Blaskovics and the coloratura soprano, Judit Felszeghy gave brilliant performances, but the instrumentalists were also impressive: technical perfection from Katalin Kallay(recorder), Agnes Kallay (Cello) and Marta Gal (harpsichord) who not only accompanied the singers but also played wonderful solo interludes. Actor Christian Heisz provided the entertaining explanations concerning the language of the fan. The Ensemble will be performing again on 27th October at the Schubert Society in London

Peter Pap:  'I truly appreciate the light-hearted style mixed with superb quality! Even my young kids enjoyed it and were inspired by it. (You can not easily get little ones convinced to enjoy opera...) smile emoticon Finally a group that showed that living in another time did not have to be boring. Needless to say, the performers and the sound was more than amazing. Thank you!'

 

 

After Kimbolton Castle:
‘I attended your wonderful evening at Kimbolton Castle - and Music most certainly was the Food of Love on this occasion, so Shakespeare had it about right!  The music and 'choreography' were impeccable thought out and performed.....We enjoyed it more than any concert we could remember....Congratulations once again on a superlative entertainment.’
Owen Davis - a baroque-music-on-period-instruments-lover, UK
 
‘I enjoyed the occasion very much, and I have reported back favourably to the Concert Promoters' Network.... It was an attractive programme, well presented.’
Brian Medgley from Concert Promoters’ Network, UK
 
After Staunton Harold:
‘What an atmospheric setting for Haydn and Mozart! ... the appearance of  two splendidly be-costumed young Hungarian sopranos, Judit Felszeghy and László Blaskovics, who with their stunning 18th-century attire brought perfectly to life the opulent imperial Hapsburg world that Mozart inhabited. But it wasn’t just the costumes.  Soaring effortlessly through the coloratura and bel canto demands of Mozart’s music, their voices seemed to capture exactly the spirit of his elegant writing, strong and powerful but infinitely euphonious, as the two soprano voices, man and woman, melded seamlessly together. Needless to say they drew huge applause from all present.’
Fiori Musicali, UK – web reviews
 
‘Laszlo has an extraordinary soprano voice, evoking the authentic sound of baroque opera.’
Fiori Musicali, UK – 2009
 
After Dixit Dominus about Judit singing with Grace Davidson (The Sixteen)
 ‘...while in Dixit Dominus ... Grace shared the honours with Hungarian soprano Judit Felszeghy, who partnered her so sensitively in the duets – De torrente with its amazingly powerful dissonances was just spine-tingling.’
Fiori Musicali, UK – web reviews

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