Hailed for its intrepid, revelatory performances, the Budapest Festival Orchestra and its charismatic leader Iván Fischer are joined by sterling soprano Jeanine De Bique in her festival debut. She lends her vocal elegance to a collection of Handel arias before the orchestra performs Mozart’s beloved “Jupiter” Symphony with its distinctly creative flair.

The Program

“There seems no limit to the sheer creativity that fizzes from Iván Fischer and his Budapest Festival Orchestra.”
– Arts Desk
“A voice of exceptional beauty.”
– New York Amsterdam News on Jeanine De Bique

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MUSIC

Budapest Festival Orchestra

Sunday, August 4, 2019 at 5:00 pm David Geffen Hall

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Iván Fischer, conductor
Jeanine De Bique, soprano (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)

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