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PreviousMarch 2024

Concerts on Mondays

Start: 19:00

Duration: 65 minutes

Performers: Budapest St. Michael String Orchestra


Concerts on Wednesdays

Start: 19:00

Duration: 70 minutes

Performers: László Deák – organ; Erzsébet Zsuzsanna Hutás – violin; Gabi Gál – soprano; János Szerekován – tenor; István Gábor Vass – trumpet


Concerts on Saturdays

Start: 19:00

Duration: 65 minutes

Performers: Budapest St. Michael String Orchestra


January: 1; 3; 5; 8.
February: –
March: –
April: 2; 4; 6; 9; 11; 18; 20; 23; 25; 27; 30.
May: 2; 4; 7; 9; 11; 14; 16; 18; 21; 23; 28; 30.
June: 1; 6; 8; 11; 13; 15; 18; 20; 22; 25; 27.
July: 2; 4; 6; 9; 11; 13; 16; 18; 20; 23; 25; 27; 30.
August: 1; 3; 6; 8; 10; 13; 17.
September: 3; 5; 7; 10; 12; 14; 17; 19; 21; 24; 26.
October: 1; 3; 5; 8; 10; 12; 15; 17; 19; 22; 24; 26; 29; 31.
November: 5; 12; 19; 26.
December: 3; 10; 17; 19; 21; *25; 28; **30.
January, 2023: *1; 4; 7.

on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 PM

*on Sunday instead of Saturday

**on Friday instead of Saturday

Program and cast


László Deák – organ

Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music
Conservatiore Supérieur de Paris

1993: Budapest, International Ferenc Liszt Organ Competition – 2nd prize
1994: Chartres, International Organ Competition – 2nd prize
1998: Pretoria, UNISA International Organ Competition – 3rd prize and a special award for the best contemporary piece performance
1998: Paris, UFAM Organ Competition – 1st prize
1999: Biarritz, André Marchal International Organ Competition – 1st prize
1999: Paris, International Organ Competition – 2nd prize and a special award for the best concerto performance

He is teaching organ at Szent István Király Zeneművészeti Szakgimnázium (St. Stephen Music Gymnasium) and he is the organist of Belvárosi Ferences Templom (Downtown Franciscan Church).

Erzsébet Zsuzsanna Hutás – violin

2007-2011: Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln (Prof. Michael Vaiman)
2011-2014: Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität (Prof. Gernot Winischhofer)

2001: X. Koncz János National Violin Competition – 2nd prize
2005: Poznan, 1st G. Ph. Telemann International Violin Competiton – Special Award
2006: 1st Bárdos Alíz National Violin Competition – 2nd prize
2011: Majano, 5th International Chamber Music Competition „Cameristi dell`Alpe Adria“ – 1st prize
2012: Sofia, 2nd Emil Kamilarov International Violin Competition – 2nd prize
2012: St. Pölten, 3rd Ludwig van Beethoven International Violin Competition – 1st prize

She is a member of the Hungarian National Philharmonic (Nemzeti Filharmónikus Zenekar).

Gabi Gál – soprano

Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music

She has been performing on the most famous Hungarian stages like the Hungarian State Opera, the Erkel-, Örkény-, Katona-, Víg-, Kolibri and Petőfi theatres but her personal favorite was to sing in Siegfried and in Parsifal at the Palace of Arts. These have both been a great success for many years now.

She has been sharing her knowledge with her students for almost 15 years as a music teacher at Szent István Király Zeneművészeti Szakgimnázium (St. Stephen Music Gymnasium).

János Szerekován – tenor

Simándy József prize awarded private singer of the Hungarian State Opera.

János Szerekován was born in Marosvásárhely, a Transylvanian city in Romania. He began studying violin in the local music school and later graduated in the voice section of the Marosvásárhely School of the Arts. In 1998 he was accepted into the local Philharmonic Chorus.  He began his solo career in 2000 singing in Mozart’s Requiem.  That year he also participated in a number of national and international competitions, winning first place in the Brasso Sacred Competition.

In 2001, Mr. Szerekován was accepted into the Hungarian Radio Chorus and sang a solo with the chorus in the Schütz Christmas Oratorio. He also began studying under Boldizsár Keönch, dean of the voice faculty at the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest. He debuted at the Hungarian State Opera in 2003 in a production of Rossini’s L’Occasione fa il Ladro. He has been awarded both the Nívó and the Lajtha vocal awards in Hungary.

Mr. Szerekován participated in the Majk International Mastercourse with Ionel Pantea and Zsuzsa Misura and studied in a mastercourse with Thomas Houser in Pennsylvania, USA in 2007. He is a regular guest artist at the Debrecen Csokonai Theater and the Szeged National Theater. He has appeared on numerous recordings of the Hungarian Radio.

László Honinger – tenor

Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music.

He has been performing around Europe and in Hungary as well.

István Gábor Vass – trumpet

Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music

During his college years he became a member of Cantores Ecclesiae Brass Quintet. This ensemble won various prizes at international and domestic competitions and received the Artisjus Award as well.
Since 2011 he has been working in the Hungarian Army Budapest Garrison Orchestra (Magyar Honvédség Budapest Helyőrség Zenekar) and teaching trumpet at Lajtha László Music School
During his career he’s also had a chance to work with the famous Hungarian rock band, Omega.

Budapest St. Michael Strings

Artistic director: Bertalan Veér & Csongor Veér – violinists

Budapest St. Michael String Orchestra was founded by Hungary’s leading classical musicans. Its members are dedicated to the authentic performance of classical music, including sacred music. Their goal is to sound the beauty and harmony at the highest level.
Bertalan and Csongor Veér were born into a family of musicians and they started their music studies in their childhood. After obtaining their diplomas, they became known as the musicians, organizers and artistic directors of a few of the most famous Hungarian and foreign bands.

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St. Michael´s Church, Budapest

St. Michael’s Church is a catholic church located in the heart of Budapest on Váci street. It was built in the baroque style by the Dominicans beween 1700-1765. After the Dominican Order was dissolved by Joseph II. in 1784 the church was given to the Order of St. Paul for a short period (1785-1786). In 1787 the Mary Ward Nuns got the church who operated a girls’ school in the building next door until 1950 when it was nationalized by the Communist Government. 

During the renovation between 1964-1968 the frescoes were whitewashed. Since 1997 the church has been under continous restoration both inside and outside. The beautiful main altar and the furnitures of the sacristy were made in the 1760s by the Dominican friars. 
Nowdays, due to its excellent acoustics and lovely atmosphere, St. Michael’s Church is one of the most popular places in Budapest to enjoy classical music concerts.

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