Danube Symphony Concert + Dinner & Cruise (SAVE 2,7 Euro)
Symphony concert + Dinner & Cruise
This is a whole evening program. After classical music concert in Danube Palace enjoy one-hour dinner-cruise on the Danube by the candlelight atmosphere.
A concert of the Danube Symphony Orchestra is an experience no music lover should miss when visiting Budapest. A symphonic orchestra accompanied by a traditional folk instrument is quite unusual outside of Hungary, but get a ticket for one of their concerts and you will hear Mozart, Liszt or Gershwin with a twist. The Danube Symphony Orchestra is accompanied by the cimbalom (hammered dulcimer). Adding a folk instrument to classical favorites has a long tradition in Hungary, dating back to the 19th century.
The Danube Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1961. Since then they have given many performances in Hungary and abroad. Their repertoire covers almost every musical style from Baroque music to the music of the 20th century. They perform the most famous classical melodies combined with a traditional Hungarian folk instrument, the cimbalom (Hammered Dulcimer). It is a unique opportunity to hear the masterpieces of the great composers interpreted by a folk instrument and a symphonic orchestra in a way which can be enjoyed only in Hungary.
Their permanent conductor is the dynamic personality, András Deák, but they often welcome guest conductors from Hungary and as well as abroad. They have collaborated with many prestigious guest artist such as singer, Giuseppe di Stefano, flutist, James Galway and even Ray Charles. They have given performances all over Europe, in countries such as Germany, France, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Italy.
The cimbalom, which adds a special sound to the concerts of the Danube Symphony Orchestra is a world renowned Hungarian folk instrument played primarily with beaters. It is equipped with a heavy frame for more dynamic power and has many added string courses for an extended range of sound and also a damper pedal to allow more dynamic control.
Join us for an unforgettable musical journey with a uniquely Hungarian flavor!
Every concert starts at 20.00, and consists of two parts, 40-45 minutes each, plus an intermission.
Berlioz: Rákóczi March
Erkel: Palotás from the opera
Delibes: Coppelia – Tschardas
Bartók: Romanian folk dances
Haydn: Farewell Symphony IV. movement
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.
Kálmán: Devil-rider – Palotás
Lehár: Gold and Silver Waltz
Liszt: Love dreams
Folk-song adaptation: Under the mountains of Csitár
Strauss: Long live the Hungarians!
Strauss: Radetzky March
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Venue of the program: Duna Palota (Danube Palace) - Address: Zrínyi utca 5., V. district, Budapest
Alföld style goulash with soup noodles
Tarragon vegetable soup with noodles
Mini stuffed cabbage
Meatballs in tomato sauce
Turkey cutlets with vegetables in parsley sauce
Csongrád style pork slices in garlic sauce
Chicken Breast Paprika
Steamed jasmine rice with corn
Grilled polenta terrine with feta cheese
Corn salad in dill and yoghurt dressing
Vinaigrette potato salad
Cucumber salad with sour cream dressing
Somló style sponge cake pudding
Mini tiramisu cup
Blueberry fruit cream with chocolate sponge cake
1 Glass of wine (or juice) and 1 bottle of mineral water
You can book the cruise without dinner too, with drinks only (a glass of champagne and another glass of drink: soft drink, wine or beer).
Prices1st category+Dinner & Cruise: 58.55 EUR
2nd category+Dinner & Cruise: 55.34 EUR
3rd category+Dinner & Cruise: 52.46 EUR
1st category+Drink & Cruise: 41.79 EUR
2nd category+Drink & Cruise: 38.58 EUR
3rd category+Drink & Cruise: 35.75 EUR
Reduced Prices (Students)1st category+Dinner & Cruise: 53.90 EUR
2nd category+Dinner & Cruise: 51.02 EUR
3rd category+Dinner & Cruise: 48.19 EUR
1st category+Drink & Cruise: 37.51 EUR
2nd category+Drink & Cruise: 34.68 EUR
3rd category+Drink & Cruise: 31.80 EUR
Dates2013, December : 27. 30.
Free date Gift Voucher
Give the gift of an unforgettable experience!
We give you the opportunity to surprise your loved ones with a wonderful experience by purchasing a free date ticket for them to use whenever they like.
It gets harder and harder to smile when we unwrap the umpteenth pair of socks or some other similarly unimaginative gift. Holidays, birthdays and anniversaries shouldn't be about hastily purchasing a predictable gift for our friends and family. In the past few decades studies have suggested that the joy one feels when receiving material presents, even if they are the long desired smart phone or a super expensive pair of designer shoes, doesn't last very long, especially when compared to experience gifts.
We offer you the opportunity to give the gift of our program that the recipient may enjoy at a time of his or her choosing within in a year. We request that ticket holders let us know a short time beforehand when we can expect them!
Meeting point & venue for the program (Danube Palace):
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