Palace Concert in Salzburg

Location:Marble Hall at Mirabell Palace in Salzburg


MOZART: Quartett for flute, violin, viola and violoncello D Major KV 285
MOZART: Trio Divertimento B flat Major KV 254
MOZART: Piano Quartet E flat Major KV 493

Trio Szabadi Ludmany Gulyas

The violinist Vilmos Szabadi was the youngest professor at Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest.
He is the winner of numerous awards, including first prizes at the Hungarian Radio and at the Competition
Jenö Hubay Competition, Franz Liszt Prize 1993, Prima Price as Best Hungarian Musician 2012 and Bartók-Pásztory Award 2018. His international breakthrough as a soloist with the second
Bartók Violin Concerto under Sir Georg Solti in London followed many worldwide performances with numerous orchestras and over fifty Plates recordings.

Márta Gulyás studied piano in Budapest and Moscow and has been performing worldwide since then.
Since 1977 she teaches chamber music and piano at the Budapest Franz Liszt University, since 1992 also
at the Escuela Superior Reina Sophia in Madrid. She took ten CDs at the Hungarian Hungaroton.
She received the 1985 prize of the Hungarian Ministry of Culture, 1998 the Franz Liszt Prize,
2014 and 2018 awards from the Spanish Queen, 2017 the Leo Weiner Memory Prize and
2018 the Hungarian Merit.

The cellist Sebestyén Ludmány studied at the College of Music Music in Szeged, Hungary with Katalin Sin,
at the University Mozarteum Salzburg with Wilfried Tachezi and at the University of Music
Saarbrücken in the chamber music class of Prof. Tatevik Mokatsian.
He performs as a soloist and chamber musician all over Europe, giving concerts
regularly with the Camerata Salzburg and is a member of the Haydn Philharmonic and
at the "Austrian Ensemble for New Music".

Ticket Categories

Category I

Numbered seats, central seating.
Seats can be chosen with the next step.

Category II

Unnumbered seats behind and on the side of Cat. I, open seating.


The baroque Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace is known as one of the most beautiful and historically important concert halls in Salzburg and the world. In former times the Mozart family played music there for the archbishops.