CONCERT REVIEW: Portrait of an Hungarian

Posted on September 25, 2011

Gabor Takacs Nagy and Jean efflam Bavouzet
Saturday 24 September – Portrait of an Hungarian

It was the culmination of a long week which saw Gábor Takács-Nagy introduced to audiences in Ulverston, Stafford and Manchester where he conducted Manchester Camerata for the portrait of an Hungarian: Part 1 concert at the RNCM.

Below you can read concert reviews, hear an interview with soloist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet about workign with Gábor, and hear audience reaction to the orchestra’s new Music Director?

Were you there, whatdid you think?  We’d love to know.  Send your reviews and comments to

Gabor In Tune with Sean Rafferty

Ten days in the Life of Gábor Takács-Nagy

Blog – Lawrence Jones – Manchester Camerata Director and MD of UKFast

Review: MusicWeb’s Seen and Heard International

Read The Strad’s take on the musical relationship between Gábor Takács-Nagy and Giovanni Guzzo

Listen to Manchester Camerata Podcasts Pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet is no stranger to Manchester and the RNCM, and as it turns out well acquainted with the musical style of Gábor Takács-Nagy.
Listen to Manchester Camerata Podcasts Concert goers on Saturday 24 September were treated to several pieces of music with a Hungarian twist – from Bartók, to Liszt and Haydn.  Hear their thoughts.