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Adam Fellegi Concert Pianist

Zichy Jeno utca 41, Budapest 1066, Hungary
+36 30 502 1005
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Mozart for toddlers

You can hear many good thing about listening classical music with your child. Fellegi Adam give... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2016
Rita S
via mobile
A very special houseconcert at Adam Fellegis'

An absolute highlight during my stay in Hungary, August 2015, was the house concert at and with... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2015
Klara M
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23 Oct 2016
“Mozart for toddlers”
2 Sep 2015
“A very special houseconcert at Adam Fellegis'”
Zichy Jeno utca 41, Budapest 1066, Hungary
+36 30 502 1005
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Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

You can hear many good thing about listening classical music with your child. Fellegi Adam give free of charge concerts for toddlers at his home. The atmosphere is very special. Great way to introduce live, classical music.

Thank Rita S
Reviewed 2 September 2015

An absolute highlight during my stay in Hungary, August 2015, was the house concert at and with Adam Felligi. I just drifted away and I forgot the time and where I was. When I left, I had the feeling that I dreamed. He played Bach,...More

Thank Klara M
Reviewed 1 September 2015

We had the opportunity to book and attend a concert by Adam Fellegi in Budapest. It was a great decision. Adam Fellegi is a former Rubinstein Prize winner who has practiced a lifetime and it shows. There were around thirty people of all ages and...More

Thank exda85
Reviewed 8 June 2015

I recently had the privilege of hearing Mr. Fellegi play at his apartment as part of a tour. He was magnificent; so accomplished. He spoke English very well and was hospitable. His piano was in tune. It looks like things have changed since one of...More

Thank armchair
Reviewed 2 May 2012

The idea of historical salon music performance is admirable, but somehow it felt like a tourist trap. As a professional musicians, we found the performance pretty average. Also, the old piano was charming, but in desperate need of tuning. Mr Fellegi spoke only Hungarian so...More

1  Thank traveldigger
Reviewed 23 February 2012

Based on the other TripAdvisor review, my young teenage daughter and I signed up to attend a Sunday morning concert at Mr. Fellegi's home. Although our entire trip to Budapest was lovely and unforgettable, this concert may well have been the highlight. Budapest is a...More

2  Thank PouletteParis
Reviewed 2 January 2012

Adam Fellegi is a pianist of reknown, who decided in the early 90ies, that the classical music concert system is infected with "snobismus gravissimus". He decided on a different setup and opened his own apartment to small groups of people interested in music. He now...More

3  Thank GaborLeo
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