Winners & Masters  Michael Boros Brambauer, piano The organiser

Winners & Masters
Michael Boros Brambauer, piano

| Kleiner Konzertsaal/Small Concert Hall

€ 25; reduced € 10 (pupils & students)

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Due to corona restrictions and changing conditions of use for the halls, the organizer Kulturkreis Gasteig e. V. cannot offer its usual concert subscription, as it must decide for each concert, possibly at short notice, whether it can go ahead. According to current regulations, concerts must be performed with a shortened programme and a maximum duration of about 60 minutes without interval. Seats are numbered according to the specified safety distances. Ticket sales for each concert commence about 4 weeks before the event and concerts may be cancelled depending on the regulations and restrictions that apply on the day of the performance.

Kulturkreis Gasteig deeply regrets the necessary reductions in its concert activities, including the Winners & Masters series, and hopes that you will continue to attend events despite the current restrictions.

Michael Boros Brambauer, piano, Hungary/HMTM (*2003)

Prizes include
  1st prize, Rising Stars Piano Competition, Milan 2015
  1st prize Concours Musical de France, Paris 2018
  CD: Mozart, Piano Concerto No 21 in C major with the Hungarian National Philharmonic

More than 200 concerts worldwide, incl. USA, China, Austria, France, England, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden, Germany and Japan

On YouTube:
Beethoven, Sonata No 3 in C major, Op 2 No 3:

Under the patronage of the Hungarian Consul General in Munich
Sponsored by Dr. Dagobert Nitz, Munich. In cooperation with the Consulate General of Hungary in Munich and HMTM
(Kulturkreis Gasteig e. V., Munich)

  • Composer: Robert SchumannOpus: Carnaval, Op 9
  • Composer: László DubrovayOpus: Faust Paraphrases (1999)
  • Composer: Ludwig van BeethovenOpuses: Bagatelle in A minor, WoO 59, »Für Elise«, Sonata No 21 in C major, Op 53 »Waldstein«

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