Next World premieres: Concerts

Works by Robert Gulya

Concert for guitar and orchestra:
World premiere: 24/10/2009 at the Hubay Concert Hall, Budapest; performers: Johanna Beisteiner, Budapest Symphony Orchestra; conductor: Béla Drahos
Filmed live and published on DVD by Gramy Records

The Milonguero and the Muse (Tango):

  • First version: guitar and string orchestra; music to the video clip of the same name (2008)
    Actors: Johanna Beisteiner, Rafael Ramirez; Budapest Symphony Orchestra; conductor: Géza Török
  • Second version: flute, guitar and string orchestra; world premiere on 24/10/2009 at Hubay Concert Hall (Budapest), performers: Béla Drahos, Johanna Beisteiner, Budapest Symphony Orchestra

Both versions are published on DVD by GRAMY Records.

Capriccio for guitar and piano:
World premiere: 30/04/2006 at Teatro della Concordia (Italy)
Performers: Johanna Beisteiner, Wanda Mazalin; published on CD by Gramy Records

Fairy Dance for guitar solo:
World premiere: 08/01/2000 at Bernardi Hall, Wiener Neustadt (Austria)
Performer: Johanna Beisteiner; published on CD by Gramy Records

Night sky Preludes for guitar solo:
World premiere: 30/04/2007 at Teatro della Concordia (Italy)
Performer: Johanna Beisteiner

Waltz for guitar solo:
World premiere: 12/06/2010, St. Johannes–Nepomuk Chapel (Vienna, Austria), at the festival “We are Vienna”
Performer: Johanna Beisteiner


Works by Eduard Shafransky

Reflections on a painting by Caravaggio – The lutenist:
World premiere: 29/10/2007, Dom Actyora, Ekaterinburg (Russia)
Music for the video clip Caravaggio oggi, interpreted by Johanna Beisteiner and published on DVD by Gramy Records

Night in Granada:
World premiere: 29/10/2007, Dom Actyora, Ekaterinburg (Russia)

Requiem for guitar solo:
World premiere: 24/09/2004, Saint Blasien Church, Paudorf (Austria)

Old quarters of Alanya:
World premiere: 18/05/2009, Festival Bravo, Dom Actyora, Ekaterinburg (Russia)

Songs of breakers:
World premiere: 18/05/2009, Festival Bravo, Dom Actyora, Ekaterinburg (Russia)