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October 2013 Márton Fülöp

Operavilág

Falstaff

The choir and orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera also produced a good performance and the great amount of work they had dedicated to it was deservedly rewarded with the audience’s enthusiasm.

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October 2013 Tibor Várkonyi

Népszava

Falstaff

The revival of Falstaff presented a special opportunity for the conducting debut of the new music director Péter Halász, who was a pupil of Bernard Haitink, and who later worked as assistant to Ádám Fischer. Under Halász’s direction the orchestra conveyed Verdi’s bounteous good cheer sensationally.

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October 2013 Miklós Fáy

Népszabadság

Falstaff

It would be difficult to talk even those who visit the opera house for the sake of the music out of seeing Falstaff.

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October 2013 Szilárd G. Görömbey

Fidelio

Falstaff

The wonderful and highly praised tapestry of the opera, which is woven of the chiming of the strata overlaid on one another and the reciprocal influence of the continuously occurring fragments that present a test to the musical memory, is confidently evoked by the orchestra under new music director Péter Halász.

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October 2013 Balázs Csák

Operaportál

Falstaff

The orchestra interpreted the composer’s thoughts very accurately indeed; there is not a shadow of a doubt concerning the fullness of the preparation of conductor Péter Halász (who has been acting music director of the Hungarian State Opera since the summer).

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