Organ Concert in the Basilica - VIP Category: The excellent acoustics of the church is a great place for the organ concert where you can enjoy the world famous arias night after night. The program of the concert was adapted by Miklos Teleki who is among some of the best organ artists in Hungary. The arias of the program are performed by Kolos Kováts, one of the most famous concert and oratorio singers in Hungary. Among numerous prizes, in 1992 he also received also the highest prize Hungarian artist can acquire: the Kossuth Prize. The flute is played by Eleonóra Krusic who is already known for her performances with different orchestras from Barcelona to Zürich, Graz and Vienna.
Classical melodies in the heart of Budapest in St Stephan Basilica every Thursday!
The St. Stephen’s Basilica is one of the most beautiful neo-classical buildings of Budapest.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Fantasy in F minor K 608
Antonio Vivaldi : 4 Seasons - Winter (Largo)
Alessandro Stradella (1639-1682): Pieta Signore
Tommaso Albinoni (1671-1751): Adagio
Ferenc Liszt (1811-1886): Choral
Franz Schubert (1797-1828): Ave Maria
Robert Schumann (1810-1856): Fugue on the Theme B-A-C-H
Georges Bizet (1838-1875): Agnus Dei
Johann Sebastian Bach: Badinerie from suite in B minor
Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up at 6:30pm.
Duration: 70 minutes without intermission.
Start/opening time: At 8pm.
Includes: 40 minute guided tour up to the cupola, the treasury of the Basilica and one of the chapels where you can have a look at Hungary's most sacred artefact, St. Stephen's mummified right hand, called “Szent Jobb” which translates to: Holy Right Hand.
Guide language: English.
Others: Seating arrangements - Category 1 seating is the closest to the stage, and category 3 seating is towards the back of the Basilica.
The service includes: private transfer from and to your accommodation, 40 minutes guided tour up to the cupola, to the treasury of the Basilica and to one of the chapels where you can have a look at Hungary's most sacred artifact, St. Stephen's mummified right hand, called Szent Jobb /Holy Right Hand/.