This Sunday, on July 5 at 3:00 PM, the world famous Budapest Strings Chamber Orchestra will be performing on the terrace of Gerbeaud. Following the success of the Petit Gerbeaud Zsúr, organizers have decided to continue the series of events, inviting guests to enjoy delicious cakes paired with great music.
The Orchestra has been part of the Hungarian music elite for decades. In 2001, they won the Bartók-Pásztory prize, the most prestigious award in Hungary for professional musicians. In 2007 they received the Art Prize from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, followed by the Artisjus Prize a year later.
The special concert on Sunday will be lead by Kossuth and Liszt Prize winning cellist Károly Botvay, the lead violinist will be Liszt Prize winner János Pilz, and guests can also see Aleksander Simic on stage - the young musician, who rose to prominence with the TV show Virtuózok and has since won a major international competition in New York and debuted in Carnegie Hall this February with a full house concert. István Pikács, the winner of the National Bar Pianist Competition will be joining too.
During the event, guests will be able to taste the menu of Petit Gerbeaud, cakes (from 690 HUF), pastries (from 350 HUF), light meals and freshly made, additive-free ice cream.
The event is child and pet friendly, entry is free.
'Music belongs to everyone!'