12th WINE & VIOLIN October 14-15, 2023
An exhibition of mastercrafted bows and stringed instruments, wine tasting and concerts. List of exhibitors:
Adonyi Iván, Bárdi Szabolcs, Draskóczy Gábor, Etzler Bernd, Faragó-Thököly Márton, Ficsor Gergely, Gollob Balázs, Héjja János, Holló Bence, Kovács Tibor, Kőrösi Ferenc, Lakatos László, Nagy András, Orsós Tamás, Popara Nikola, Szűcs Péter.
For the twelfth year in a row, Fonó will host the Wine&Violin: Violin Makers' Salon, which was established on the initiative of violin maker Márton Faragó-Thököly. Every year, violin makers, along with bow makers, present their new instruments in the framework of the exhibition where the instruments can be played, taken in hand and admired up close, all the while tasting wines selected to best represent the exhibited instruments.
Egly Vineyard and Winery brought its headquarters to life at the base of the Castle of Sümeg, in the cellar of the five-hundred-year-old bishop's palace. Winemaker Márk Egly's philosophy is that wine is nothing more than the eternal dialogue between nature and man. palotapince.hu
Saturday, October 14th
3 PM Exhibition opens
5 PM Official opening ceremony and wine tasting Master of Ceremonies : Endre Toth - musicologist. Introduction of Egly Artisan Winery
5:30 PM Sound Check (introduction and sound evaluation of exhibited instruments)
7 PM Concert by György Zerkula Jr. and Emese Mali, Lajtha László String Quartet
The exhibition closes at 11 PM, wine tasting during the programs! Tickets: pre-purchased ticket 3000 Ft, day of the concert 3500 Ft
Sunday, October 15th
12 noon Wine&Violin exhibition opens
2 PM Performance by Somogyi String Quartet. Concert programme: Beethoven: String Quartet in C minor, op. 18. No. 4.
The exhibition closes at 7 PM, wine tasting during the programs! On Sunday exhibition and concert are free of charge.
Exhibition (both days) and Sunday concert are free of charge. Tickets for the concert of Saturday evening: presale ticket 3000 Ft, day of the concert 3500 Ft
Fonó Budai Zeneház
1116 Budapest, Sztregova utca 3.