E. Grieg: From Holberg’s Time (“Holberg Suite”), Op. 40
C. Saint-Saëns: Introduction andRondo Capriccioso for violin and chamber orchestra,Op. 28
F. Kreisler: Liebesleid and Schön Rosmarin forviolin and chamber orchestra
P. I. Čajkovski: Serenade for Strings in C major, Op. 48
The Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra, consisting of the best students at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, was founded in 2010 by the violinist László G. Horváth, himself a promising student at the Academy. Horváth showed his interest in chamber music from an early age and won several first prizes at chamber music competitions while still a student at secondary school. The story of Anima Musicae began with asold-out debut concert. The orchestra attracted further attention in 2011 when it won the 5th Summa Cum LaudeInternational Youth Music Festival at the Musikverein in Vienna, followed by victories at competitions in Hungary and in Paris in 2014. In addition to successfulconcerts at Hungary’s most prestigious concertvenues, Anima Musicae has appeared with great success at concert halls and festivals around Europe (in France, Austria, Italy, Spain, Germany and Serbia), in venues such as the Teatro Verdi in Sassari (Sardinia), the Auditorio in Saragossa, the Gewandhaus in Leipzig, the Musikverein in Vienna and the Philharmonie in Berlin. The name Anima Musicae, literally soul of music,reflects the orchestra members’ boundless love ofmusic and their deep desire to share it with listeners.
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