Budapest Festival Orchestra, playing Bartok

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Ivan Fischer will be conducting the Budapest Festival Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, with Márta Sebestyen Ildiko Komlosi and Krisztian Cser.

They will be performing Bela Bartok's "Hungarian Peasant Songs" and "Duke Bluebeard's Castle" (an opera in one act).

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