The colors of black and white in the attraction of space - Gyula Bánkövi's author's evening
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Gyula Bánkövi, Ferenc Erkel Prize-winning composer, music editor was born on July 22, 1966 in Dunaújváros. He started learning about art at the age of six - he studied ballet, piano and then bassoon. He studied composition at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, where he studied music directing and editing.
He is interested in all kinds of instrumental compositions: he composes for large orchestras, chamber orchestras, children's and mixed choirs, wind and percussion ensembles as well as solo instruments. He is happy to mix the special possibilities of electroacoustics, traditional instruments are typically XX. century game modes.
2004 Ferenc Erkel Prize
2005 Composer competition on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Attila József II. fee
2006 Artisjus Award - Music of the Year
2012 Bartók-Pásztory Award
2012 International Kodály Competition - II. fee
2015 New Hungarian Music Forum - MüPa special prize, Orchestral Works category III. fee
On the show:
La porte de l'enfer (Gate of Hell) - a fresco based on a sculptural composition of the same title by Auguste Rodin (2003)
White Angels (2016)
Les fleuves de l'obscurité (Rivers of Darkness) - sound fantasy in the wake of Dante's Divine Play and the Underworld Rivers and Waters of Greek Mythology (2008)
The Somogy String Quartet is participating
Sponsors: National Cultural Fund