László Dubrovay composed more than two hundred works, including operas, ballets, orchestral, chamber, solo and choral pieces, electronic and computer music pieces.
In honor of his eightieth birthday, on March 23, the Budapest Liszt Academy of Music is organizing a celebratory concert, during which four of his major works will be performed. The representative program is framed by Festive Music written in honor of the Hungarian Millennium and Hungarian Symphony created for the same occasion. Between these two compositions, two concertos are played: the piano concerto Concerto romantico from 1984, which is a document of Dubrovay's neo-romantic turn, and Trumpet Concerto no. 2 from 2002.
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