A mid May press conference has been held in Richter Hall’s Festival Room by the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra hosted by GYPO’s director Géza Fűke, and his deputy, Gábor Ősz. The event was all about giving the public a general idea via the media about the forthcoming new orchestral season.
The Győr Philharmonic Orchestra herewith cordially invites all children and their parents along with all music lovers of the city at 10:30am on May 25, 2014 to a special morning show in Richter Hall to celebrate the International Children’s Day together.
„Outstanding quality, impressive interpretation…” - just one of the many remarks made in Germany and Austria during and after the Győr Philharmonic’s concert tour of four performances between May 9 and 13, 2014.
One notable day is coming up on April 15, 2014, when the Budapest Festival Orchestra is to hit the Richter Hall stage as a guest appearance in our city. Incidentally, Budapest Festival Orchestra has been founded by prodigious pianist Zoltán Kocsis and conductor Ivan Fischer 30 years ago and by now it is generally rated to be one of the ten best orchestras of the world.
Győr Philharmonic Orchestra awaits patrons with two „fantastic” concerts on March 7 and 8, 2014, presented as part of the Artur Nikish and the János Sándor Season Ticket Series.
There was a real treat in store for the artists of the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra (GYPO) as well as for all those who did come to our first concerts of the new year.
On December 22, 2014, members of the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra have boarded a plane to a faraway corner of the world, China, to fulfill an invitation from a Shanghai-based cultural program organizing agency.
To the great delight of all the fans, the world-famous King’s Singers said yes to the invitation of the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra. The phenomenal a capella (without instrumental accompaniment) choir is to give 4 perfomances in January, 2014.
In my youth Verdi’s Il trovatore, starring the unforgettable likes of György Melis, Déry, József Simándy, Komlóssy, used to be one of the most attractive productions of the Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest.