UC San Diego's Department of Music

October 22, 2003

  János Négyesy and friends present chamber music of the 18th and 19th centuries in the 51st Soirée for Music Lovers on• October 2003, at 8 PM in the Mandeville Recital Hall on the campus of the University of California, San Diego.

János Négyesy, violinist, author, composer, artist, and UCSD Professor, gathers the talented performers of the UCSD Department of Music to execute the elegance of 18th century and interpret the tempestuous music of the 19th century. Nágyesy's wide breadth of interests include supporting new music, including working with electronics, working with composers like Attila Bozay, Carlos Fariñas, Vinko Globokar, Hans Otte, Isang Yun, and Roger Reynolds, generating landmark recordings of important violin works.

With Päivikki Nykter, Nágyesy promotes the cultural community with his regular Soiráe for Music Lovers series, bringing historical works to the recital hall for those who love to share in music with those dedicated to its production.

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