A Lincoln Center audience favorite for its inventive performances and unmatched musicality, Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra return with Bruckner’s remarkable, unfinished Ninth Symphony and Schumann’s exultant Piano Concerto. The program will feature adventurous Russian pianist Anna Vinnitskaya—“a true lioness at the keyboard” according to the Washington Post—in her New York concerto debut.

The Program

“There seems no limit to the sheer creativity that fizzes from Iván Fischer and his Budapest Festival Orchestra.”
– Arts Desk
“A true lioness at the keyboard.”

Washington Post on Anna Vinnitskaya



10 Lincoln Center Plaza


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Budapest Festival Orchestra

Iván Fischer

Sunday, March 28, 2021 at 3:00 pm David Geffen Hall

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Budapest Festival Orchestra

Iván Fischer, conductor

Anna Vinnitskaya, piano (New York concerto debut)