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  • Music carries me immediately and directly into the mental condition
    in which the man was who composed it.

      Leo Tolstoy

  • Art management



Art Management

In the beginning there were the words. Spoken and written ones: the Hungarian Radio and the printed press. I started to co-work with Balázs Fülei pianist in 2015, with several decades of cultural journalist experience behind me. Vita-Musica provides space and background for his career, helping to realize his ideas, artistic projects and performances.

Beyond the arrangement of traditional concerts, in the noblest sense of the word, we have been seeking new ways as well: opportunities when the artist finds his way to the audience not just through his musical instrument but also verbally, sharing his thoughts with them and thus involving the audience into the aura of the concerts in an even more intensive way. We have been trying to expand the limits, to find passages between activities and genres and to entwine various fields of art. Our aim is to show the very special and unusual experience of a joint performance of classical music and the piano combined with another field of art, be it folk music, literature, theatre or even sculpture; the more things we try, the more we see that the possibilities are infinite. That is, music is present everywhere and in everything.

Gabriella Bokor


Balázs Fülei

A pianist with Liszt Prize. He has more than thirty piano concertos in his repertoire, all the concertos of Beethoven, Brahms and Bartók among them. He was one of the most employed performers of the Liszt Memorial Year in 2011 and the Bartók Memorial Year in 2016. He has worked together with many Hungarian and foreign symphonic orchestras, he has given solo and orchestra concerts on stages like the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Kioi Hall in Tokyo, the NCPA in Mumbai and the Carnegie Hall in New York where he debuted in 2008 with his solo recital. He has been in contact with several Hungarian composers, series of premieres and radio records have been connected to his name. His latest CD was released for Christmas in 2015, on which he plays pieces of Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy and András Gábor Virágh. He has been teaching at the Liszt Academy since 2012 and has been the Head of the Department of Chamber Music since 2015. He has given masterclasses in Israel, China, India and in the United States.

See his biography, concert calendar and photos at:

Fülei Balázs


30 November 2017

„Béla Bartók has a mysterious personality. He is an assertive and petulant artist, a touchingly caring father, a shy lover, a witty storyteller, uncompromising in his artistic goals, a sharp-eyed and sarcastic observer and a true patriot. Reading Bartók’s texts is a real challenge for an actor.”

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30 November 2017

This piece presumably was inspired by Watteau’s painting titled The Embarkation for Cythera. According to mythology this Greek island is the birthplace of Aphrodite and has become famous as the island of eternal spring and happiness.

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01 November 2017

Impressionists in music, pictures and poems; Villon and Proust, Truffaut and Godard – those who have already been enchanted by French culture will feel a never-ending love.

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01 November 2017

First, the common aspects of Liszt’s Sposalizio and the painting by Raffaello that had inspired the music were discussed with Botond Polgár, sculptor; then Zoltán Megyesi was telling about his emotions called forth when singing Schubert’s Winter Journey – Balázs Fülei’s programme on Bonum TV titled Musica has given space for a wide range of associations.

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31 October 2017

„….Then we played the sonata again in front of this truly sophisticated company. Ravel was sitting on my right and was turning the pages for me while Milhaud, on my left, was looking at the score. As for the sonata, they have said that ’c’est une merveille’ and it is the most beautiful violin sonata for the last do not know how many years – the French, of course, are a bit too generous with compliments.”

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Ms. Gabriella Bokor

+36 30 4242997

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