Renowned violinist Barnabás Kelemen will be touring with the Utopia Orchestra, led by conductor Teodor Currentzis, for five performances across Europe. The tour will take them to various cities including Berlin, Budapest, Antwerp, Brescia, and Rome. The tour promises to be an exceptional musical experience, with Budapest’s Müpa Budapest recommending the concert to music lovers. The concert on November 17 will include Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D major with Barnabás Kelemen as the soloist, followed by Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5. The Utopia Orchestra is led by the Greek conductor Teodor Currentzis, known for his unconventional approach to conducting. Tickets for the Budapest concert are available. Barnabás Kelemen is a Hungarian violinist with numerous awards and recognition, and Teodor Currentzis is known for his flamboyant personality and his own ensemble, the Utopia Orchestra.
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