– ÉVRŐL ÉVRE –

1986

performance with composition: “The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története” at unknown place
related_items  Composition: The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played

1986

writing book together with Váczi Tamás. Working title: “Tér és vákuum” (Space and Vacuum), which was published only in 1991 in the no. 49 issue of the JAK-papers
news_hu  Book title: A zene kettős természetű fénye (The Dual Character of the Light of Music)
related_items 
Váczi Tamás

1986, ?? ??

performance of  composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)” at Vigadó Music Hall, Budapest.
György Szabados with MAKUZ:
Szabados György (prepared piano, conductor)
Vlagyimir Opancsar (flute)
Dresch Mihály  (flute, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone)
Grencsó István  (flute, alto clarinet, alto saxophone, furulya)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet, violin)
Mákó Miklós (trumpet)
Tréfás István (violine)
Györei Ildikó (violine)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Horváth Péter (violoncello)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Kiss Gábo (double bass)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás (vocal, hurdy-gurdy)
Gerőly Tamás (percussion)
Baló István (percussion)
audio
 info  Audience recording
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items 
Information where and when the composition was played

1986, ?? ??

Solo concert in Györ (HU)

1986, ?? ??

Solo concert at International Music Festival, St.Petersburger (RUS)

1986, ?? ??

Solo concert and Jam Session (Quintett) at Közgaz Jazz Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
György Szabados Solo:
György Szabados (p)

György Szabados Quintett:
György Szabados (p)
Dresch Mihály (bass clarinet, tenor sax)
Grencsó István (clarinet, alto sax)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Baló István (drums)
audio info  Audience recording
movie_hu  Video recording

movie_hu
  Documentary fragments 1993

1986, 22 Feb.

MAKUZ at Közgáz Jazz Klub, Budapest (HU)
György Szabados with MAKUZ:
Szabados György (piano, leader)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Grencsó István (reeds)
Máko Miklós (tp)
Tréfás István (violin)
Benkó Róbert (double bass)
Faragó “Kázmér” Antal (dr)

audio
 info  Audience recording

1986, 22 Mar.

1st performance of  composition: “Time-Music (Idö-zene)” at Academy of Music as Part of the Budapest Spring Festival, Budapest (HU). In 1986, the ISCM (International Society of Contemporary Music) held its general assembly in Budapest. For this occasion, concert series is organized. It was part of the Academy of Music in jazz concerts as advertised program, which aims to present possible links between contemporary music and jazz.
P
layed compositions:
1) Koboz-Music (Koboz-zene)  
2) Time-Music / Idő-zene
3) Periférikus koncert 

Musicians:
1) Szabados György (prepered piano)
2) Classical String Orchestra (12 piece Orchestra) conducted by György Szabados
3) Classical String Orchestra (12 piece Orchestra), Szabados György (p) plus 6 members of MAKUZ Orchestra
audio info  Audience recording (Very good quality!)
movie  Video audience recording – SOUND UPGRADED

related_items  Composition “Time-Musik (Idő-zene)”
related_items  György Szabados – String Orchestra compositions
liner_notes GSA1997F see also LINER NOTES  to 1997 CD: “György Szabados: Time-Music (Idő-zene) & Bartók Béla: Divertimento & Román népi táncok (Rumanian Folk Dances)”

news_en  Turi Gábor – Jazz Forum  No. 100 published 1986/3
news_hu  Váczi Tamás – “Szabados György második zeneakadémiai koncertje “Ez az élet melódiája”
news_hu  Turi Gábor –
Magyar Nemzet, 1986
news_hu  Turi Gábor – Jazz, 1986/2

1986, 10 Apr.

Solo concert at the castle in Aschaffenburg (DE)
music  Audience recording    

1986, 13 Apr.

Solo concert at the “Alte Oper – Hindemith Saal” Frankfurt (DE)
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (piano)
music  Audience recording
news_ge  Articles & Reviews

1986, 01 June

Duo concert Szabados György-Mihály Dresch at the 2nd Daxberger Situation 1986
audio
 info  Audience recording

news_ge  Articles & Reviews
view:  Poster

1986, 18 July

Solo concert in Szentendre (HU)
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (piano)
  Szoborpark Szentendrén – Pest Megyei Hirlap 1986.07.19

1986, 29 July
till 1986, 08 Aug.

György Szabados held lectures for students at the Tatabanya Jazz Camp
news_en  Turi Gábor Jazz Forum  No. 102 published 1986 

1986, 19 Oct.

performance of composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)” at the Festival Viennese Music Gallery “Jazz op. 3- The secret love of jazz for european avantguard”, Vienna (A)
audio info   Audience recording

related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_ge  Article & Reviews

1986, ?? ??

performance of composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)” at the Lubiljana Jazzfestival (ex Jugoslavia)
related_items  Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played

1986, 22 1986

Solo concert at Egyetemi Színpad, Budapest
Musicians:
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (p)

Mihály Dresch Quartet:
Mihály Dresch (reeds)
? Szabados György (piano)
Baló István (drums)
Benkő Róbert (bass)
  Egyetemi Színpad – Kapasirató, 1986.11.22

1986, 05 Dec.

MAKUZ – live at Rakparti Jazz Klub, Budapest (HU)
György Szabados with MAKUZ:
Szabados György (p)
Grencsó István (as, flute)
Dresch Mihály (ts, b-cl)
Mákó Miklós (tp, cornet)
Tréfás István (violin)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Faragó Antal (dr)

audio
 info  Audience recording

1986, 26 Dec.

MAKUZ – live at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
György Szabados-Mihály Dresch Duo plus Trio with drums:
Szabados György (p)
Dresch Mihály (ts, b-cl)
Baló István (dr) or Faragó Antal (dr)

György Szabados Octet:
Szabados György (p)
Kovács Ferenc (tp)
Mákó Miklós (tp)
Dresch Mihály (ts, b-cl)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Baló István (dr)
Faragó Antal (dr)
audio
 info  CD 1: Audience recording

audio
 info  CD 2: Audience recording

audio
 info  CD 3: Audience recording

music   Audience recording  (complete concert with opening speech 2h:54′)

1987

writes about composition “Time-Music (Idö-zene)” later printed as LINER NOTES on CD
related_items  Composition “Time-Musik (Idő-zene)”
related_items  György Szabados – String Orchestra compositions
liner_notes  LINER NOTES
audio info GSA1997F  finally recorded and released 1997 on CD: “György Szabados: Time-Music (Idő-zene) & Bartók Béla: Divertimento & Román népi táncok (Rumanian Folk Dances)” 

1987, ?? ??

concert in Prague (ex Tschecheslovakia), not known if Solo concert or with Ensemble 

1987, between 26 – 29. March

Solo at the Eastern European Festival, in Novi Sad (ex Jugoslavia)

1987, ?? ??

perhaps Solo concert in Ljubljana (ex Jugoslavia)

1987, ?? ??

MAKUZ at the International Jazz Federation Meeting, Budapest
Musicians unknown

1987, ?? ??

MAKUZ at Kamaraerdő Jazzfestival 87, Budapest (HU)
Musicians unknown

1987, 23 Mar.

performance of composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)”, Erkel Theatre (Erkel Színház) at the Budapest Spring Festival
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played

Musicians: (15 piece orchestra) 
Szabados György (prepared piano, piano)
Opancsar Vlagyimir (flute)
Grencsó István (flute, bass clarinet)
Dresch Mihály (flute, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet, violine)
Mákó Miklós (trumpet)
Tréfás István (violin)
Györei Ildikó (violin)
Ferenc Körmendi (viola)
Peter Horvath (violoncello)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás  (vocal, hurdy-gurdy)
Baló István (vibraphon, percussion)
Gerőly Tamás (percussion)

1987, 08 Apr.

Solo concert  at TK Jazz Klub in Györ (HU)
audio  Audience recording  info CD 1  info  CD 2
Concert was also filmed by Jenő Hartyándi
movie_hu  later released as “LOST FRAGMENTS 2” on “MEDIAWAVE Regional Film und TV Archives

info_hu  Koncert program posters

1987, 25 Apr.

Duo with Dresh Mihály and with MAKUZ – Live  at Közgaz Jazz Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:

Szabados György – piano
Dresch Mihály – tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Grencsó István – alto saxophone
Tréfás István – violin
Benkő Róbert – double bass
Geröly Tamás – drums
audio info  Audience recording (only MAKUZ)
audio info  Audience recording (only Szabados & Dresch Duo) 

music  
Audience recording (complete concert)

1987, 17 May

performance of composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)” at the Theatre in Aschaffenburg
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
Musicians:
(13 piece orchestra – normaly played with 15 piece orchestra – two musicians could not get Visa for germany! see Review Ulfer Goemann)

György Szabados with MAKUZ:
Szabados György (prepared piano, piano)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás  (vocal, hurdy-gurdy)
Vlagyimir Opancsar (flute)
Grencsó István (flute, bass clarinet, sax)

Dresch Mihály (flute, bass clarinet, sax)
Kovács Ferenc (tp, violin)
Mákó Miklós (tp)
Tréfás István (violin)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Kiss Gábo (double bass)
Baló István (percussion)

Gerőly Tamás (percussion)
audio info  Audience recording
news_ge  Ulfert Goemann, Jazz Podium, 36/7 (July 1987)

1987, 29 May

MAKUZ at Rakparti Jazz Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano, leader)
Dresch Mihály (soprano saxophone, flute)
Grencsó István (alto saxophone, flute)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet)
Baló István (percussion)
audio info  Audience recording CD 1
audio info  Audience recording  CD 2

1987, ?? ??

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano, leader)
Dresch Mihály (soprano saxophone, flute)
Grencsó István (alto saxophone, flute)
Vaskó Zsolt (piccolo, flute)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet)
Mákó Miklós (trumpet)
Tréfás István (violin)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Baló István (percussion)
Gerőly Tamás (percussion)
audio info liner_notes GSA1987F  finaly realeased 2007 on CD: “Készülődés a csatára” GyőrFree Műhely HCD 347

1987, 21 June

Duo concert with Mihály Dresch in Szombathely (HU)
audio info  Audience recording

1987, ?? Aug.

Solo concert in Szekszárd (HU)
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (piano)
  Szabados györgy zongoraestje – Lemle Zoltán, Tolna Megyei Népújság 1987.09.01

1987, ?? Sept.

Solo concert in Zürich (CH)
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (piano)

1987, 01 Oct.

MAKUZ at the Tatabánya Jubilee Festival on the occasion of the International Music Day – playing the composition “Régi zene” (Old Music) for the first time
Musicians unknown (14 members)
  Szabados györgy ‘Régi zene’ c. műve bemutatója Esztergomban 1987.10.01-én – Dolgozók Lapja, 1987.10.05

1987, 29 Oct.

MAKUZ at the Debrecen Jazz Days 87′, Debrecen (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály (sax, flute)
Grencsó István (sax, flute)
Kovács Ferenc (tp, violin)
Tréfás István (violin)
Baló István (drums, percussion)
Benkó Róbert (double bass)
audio info  Audience recording
news_en  Turi Gábor – Jazz Forum published 1988/3

news_hu  Turi Gábor – Jazz, 1988/1
info_hu  Debrecen Jazz Days program page

1987, 08 Nov.

Solo concert at JAZZfest Berlin 87″ in Berlin (DE) – Matinee Concert at Musicinstruments Museum
audio info  Radio recording
news_ge  Programm booklet

1987, ?? Nov.

Solo concert in Amsterdam (NL)

1987, ?? Nov.

Solo concert in Eindhoven (B)

1987, 01 Dec.

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians unknown
Audio known to exist

1987, 08 Dec.

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians unknown
Audio known to exist

1987, 15 Dec.

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians unknown

1988, 23 Feb.

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György – piano
Dresch Mihály – woodwinds
Grencsó István – woodwinds
Vaskó Zsolt – woodwinds
Mákó Miklós – trumpet
Tréfás István – violin
Antal Tibor – violin
Benkő Róbert – double bass
Baló István – drums
Geröly Tamás – percussion
audio info  Audience recording

1988, 21 Mar.

Music performance of “A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)” at the Budapest Spring Festival in the Petofi Hall, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Binder Károly (piano)
Lakotos Antal (sax)
other Musicians unknown
related_items  Composition: A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)
related_items  Information where and when the composition and ballet was played, plus LINER NOTES to 1989 LP release and photos of the Brochure
news_hu  J. Király István “A Hídon túl ” about the premier, published in: Film, színház, muzsika 1988/20. (máj.14.) p.28.

1988, ?? ??

Solo concert at Free Music Festival in Antwerp (BE)

1988, 4 June

Solo concert & MAKUZ, Budapest (HU) – Koncert az erdélyi magyarok javára (Concert for the benefit of Transylvanian Hungarians)
Musicians:
1) György Szabados Solo
Szabados György (p)
2) MAKUZ
Szabados György (piano)
other members are unknown but perhaps:
Baló István (percussion)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Dresch Mihály  (reeds)
Gerőly Tamás (percussion)
Grencsó István (reeds)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Tréfás István (violin)
Vaskó Zsolt  (reeds)
  1988. – Kőbányi János, Kortárs 1997.7.szám

1988, 26 June

Solo concert & MAKUZ at the Open Music Workshop, Szombathely (HU)
Musicians:

1) György Szabados Solo
György Szabados (p)
2) MAKUZ
Szabados György (piano)
Baló István (percussion)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Dresch Mihály  (reeds)
Gerőly Tamás (percussion)
Grencsó István (reeds)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Tréfás István (violin)
Vaskó Zsolt  (reeds)
audio info  Audience recording

1988, 24 July

Solo concert & MAKUZ at the Debrecen Jazz Days 88′, Debrecen (HU)
Musicians:

Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály  (reeds)
Grencsó István (reeds)

Johannes Bauer (tb)
other Members are unknown

Solo concert
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
audio info  Audience recording
audio info liner_notes GSA2014F  The composition “Madarak” / “Birds” posthumously released 2014 on CD: “Free Balance / Szabad Egyenskúlyok” – GyörFREE
news_en  Turi Gábor – Jazz Forum published 1988/3
news_en  Bert Noglik: Jazz Forum No. 115, published 1988
  Felfordított arány – J.Király István, Film Színház Muzsika 1988.08.13

1988, 19 Aug.

Concert with MAKUZ at Juhász Gyula Művelődési Ház, Szeged (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
other Members are unknown
  Népzenei fesztivál Szegeden – Népszava,1988.08.16

1988, 14 Oct.

Duo concert with István Kovács Tickmayer at 10th Festival Novi Sad Jazz Days (Studio M) in Novi Sad (ex Jugoslavia)
Musicians:
Szabados György (p)
Tickmayer István Kovács (p)
audio info  Audience recording
  RTV Video recording
news_hunews_genews_en  TV interview after the concert (Újvidéki TV)
related_items  Photo

1988, 25 Oct.

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:

Szabados György – piano
Dresch Mihály – woodwinds
Grencsó István – woodwinds
Vaskó Zsolt – woodwinds
Mákó Miklós – trumpet
Antal Tibor – violin
Benkő Róbert – double bass
Lőrinszky Attila – double bass
Geröly Tamás – drums, percussion
audio info  Audience recording

1988, 19 Nov.

MAKUZ in the series: “Salutes the 6th Assembly of the International Jazz Federation, Budapest” at Concert Hall of the Music Academy, Budapest (HU)
news_en  Pawel Brodowski: Jazz Forum No. 115, published 1988
news_en  Turi Gábor – Jazz Forum published 1988/5
news_en  Turi Gábor – Magyar Nemzet, 1988
  
Jazz – Kádár Kata, Film Színház Muzsika 1988.12.03

1988, 29 Nov.

Conversation between Szabados György and Kodolányi Gyula at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
audio  Audience recording

1988, 27 Dec.

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (p, leader)
other Musicians are unknown
music  Audience recording

1989

release of LP: “A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)” recorded March 1985 at Studio 22, Hungarian Radio, Budapest (HU)
audio info liner_notes GSP1985LPF    
related_items 
Composition: A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)
related_items
  Information where and when the composition was played, plus LINER NOTES to 1989 LP release and photos of the Brochur
e

1989, ?? ??

Interview and perhaps Concert TK Jazz Klub, Györ (HU)
movie_hu  Documentary Fragments 1993

1989, 21 Feb.

MAKUZ at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György – piano, voices
Dresch Mihály – woodwinds
Grencsó István – woodwinds
Kovács Ferenc – trumpet
Benkő Róbert – double bass
Lőrinszky Attila – double bass
Geröly Tamás – drums
audio info  Audience recording

1989, 21 Mar.

performance of  composition: “Time-Music (Idö-zene)” at Pesti Vigadó, Budapest (HU).
P
layed compositions:
1) Beavatás  
2) Time-Music / Idő-zene
Musicians:
1) Szabados György & MAKUZ
2) Classical String Orchestra conducted by György Szabados
related_items  Composition “Time-Musik (Idő-zene)”
related_items  György Szabados – String Orchestra compositions
liner_notes GSA1997F see also LINER NOTES  to 1997 CD: “György Szabados: Time-Music (Idő-zene) & Bartók Béla: Divertimento & Román népi táncok (Rumanian Folk Dances)”

news_en  J. Király István “”Időzene” about concert of Időzene, published in “Film, színház, muzsika 1989/20. (máj.20.) p.18.

1989, 03 April

Spontán szólókoncert a nagymarosi Duna-parton a vízerőmű elleni nagy demonstráció alkalmával.
  Nick Thorpe újságíró, Magyarország szakértő tudósit erről az eseményről magyarul “A Duna – Utazás a Fekete-tengertől a Fekete-erdőig című könyvében (Scolar Kiadó, 2015).
  Képek a tüntetésről

1989, 26 April

MAKUZ at the Free Music, Teachers College (Apáczai Csere János Tanítóképző Főiskolán), Györ (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano, voices)
Dresch Mihály (soprano & tenor saxophones, flute, piccolo flute, pipes, unique reeds)
Grencsó István (alto saxophone, clarinet)
Vaskó Zsolt (flute, piccolo flute, jew’s harp)
Mákó Miklós (trumpet)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet)
Benkő Róbert (cello)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Baló István (drums)
Geröly Tamás (percussion)

audio
 info  
Audience recording
movie  Audience video recording
info_hu  Program poster (3 pages)

1989, 07 June

Solo concert in Hódmezővásárhely (HU)
audio info  Audience recording
movie  Audience video recording

1989, 15 July

MAKUZ with Johannes Bauer – live at Kamaraerdő Jazzfestival 89, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:

György Szabados (p)
Johannes Bauer (tb)
Dresch Mihály (woodwinds)
Grencsó István (woodwinds)
Vaskó Zsolt (woodwinds)
Mákó Miklós (tp)
Tréfás István (violin)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Gerőly Tamás (dr)
Baló István (dr)
audio info   Audience recording
movie  Audience video recording  (excerpt of the performance)
news_en  Turi Gábor in Jazz Forum, 1989/5
info_eninfo_hu  Kamaraerdő Int. Jazz Festival 14th – 16th July, 1989, Budapest (HU) – program poster (2 pages)

1989, 14 or 16 July

Concert with Trio – Live at Kamaraerdő Jazzfestival 89, Budapest (HU)
György Szabados Trio:

György Szabados (p)
other Musicians unknown
news_en  Turi Gábor in Jazz Forum, 1989/5

1989, 09 Nov.

premier of Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur / A kormányzó halála” in Brest (F)
Production: Commissioned by the Quartz de Brest, Theatre de la Ville-Paris, L’hippodrome-Douai, Centre de Production Choregraphique-Orleans. Graceau concours de la Fondation Beaumarchais, with the participation of AlphaFnac.
Coproduction: Le Quartz Scene Nationale de Brest, Theatre dela Ville (Paris), L’Hippodrome (Douai) , Centre Choreographigue National d’Orleans
Company: Theatre Jel

Choreography and stage setting:  Josef Nadj
Dance:  Joszef Sarvari (the Emperor) – Denes Debrei (the Madman) – Marie-HeldneMortureux (the little Saint) – Gyork Szakonyi (the Doctor) – Laszlo Hudi (the Magician) – Kathleen Reynolds, Cecile Thidblemont (the Women) – Josef Nadj, Freddric Lescure (the Servants, the Philosophers).

Stage design/Scenography: Goury
Costumes: Catherine Rigault
Masks: Jean-Marie Binoche
Lighting Design:  Remi Nicolas assisted by Sylvie Vautrin
Poet:  Gyula Kodolanyi – book
Original Music by the Hungarian composer: György Szabados, interpreted on stage by the eleven musicians of the ensemble Makuz of Budapest.
Music: György Szabados with MAKUZ Orchestra
Tamás Kiss “Kobzos” (vocals), Grencsó István (sax, flute,clarinet), Dresch Mihály (sax, flute, bass clarinet), Vaskó Zsolt (flute, piccolo), Kovács Ferenc (trumpet), Mákó Miklós (trumpet), Benkő Róbert (bass), Lőrinczky Attila (bass), Gerőly Tamás (percussion), Baló István (percussion), Szabados Gyorgy (piano).

Sound Direction:  Pierre Jacquot
related_items  Composition: A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
info_en  programm info
news_en  Josef Nadj’s Website

movie  Video of the perfromances (excerpt)
music  Audience recording (excerpt)
  Kodolányi Gyula 

1989, ?? Nov. or Dec.

Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur / A kormányzó halála” in Douai (F)
for details see premier from Brest (F), Nov. 1989

1989, 06 Dec.

Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur / A kormányzó halála” at JEL Theatre in Orleans (F)
Details see premier from Brest (F), Nov. 1989
  Video recording
  Audio recording from the video

movie_hu  part of the performance can be seen in the movie made 1994 by Szabados György & Bicskei Zoltán “…hanem ez a hatalmas égbolt… (but this endless canopy of the heavens)” between 48:56 – 58:10 sec.

1990, ?? ?? (perhaps)

recording of CD: “Homoki Zene (Sand Music)” in Szombathely Modern Gallery, Szombathely (HU)
György Szabados & MAKUZ:
Szabados György (leader, piano)
Benkő Róbert (cello, double bass)
Dresch Dudás Mihály (soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, blockflute)
Geröly Tamás (percussion)
Grencsó István (alto saxophone)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet, violin)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Mákó Miklós (trumpet)
Vaskó Zsolt (piccolo, blockflute, soprano saxophone, jew’s harp, flute)
audio info liner_notes GSA1991F  finally released 1991 on CD: “Homoki zene (Sand Music)” Adyton 005

1990, ?? ??

release of book: “A zene kettős természetű fénye” (The Dual Character of the Light of Music), written together with Váczi Tamás 1986. Working title: “Tér és vákuum” (Space and Vacuum), published in the no. 49 issue of the JAK-papers.
news_hu  Book title: A zene kettős természetű fénye (The Dual Character of the Light of Music)
related_items 
Váczi Tamás

1990, ?? ??

MAKUZ at the Philharmonie in Cologne (DE)
Musicians unknown

1990, Spring ?

Solo concert at Festival Muzika Danas/Musica Today, Studio M, Novi Sad (ex Yugoslavia, now Serbia)

1990, 17 Jan.

Interview with Péter Pallai for BBC Radio, broadcasted 14.02.1990
music  Listen radio interview (in hungarian language)

1990, 03 March

performance with Miquéu Montanaro at the premier concert in Budapest for Miquéu Montanaro projekt Vent’s Est, where jazz and folk musicians play together. The concert was recorded and released 1990 as LP: “MONTANARO – Vents D’Est, Keleti Szél
audio Montanaro  MONTANARO – Vents D’Est, Keleti Szél”, LP PEKKE mg 1990

1990, 30 May
1990, 31 May
1990, 01 June

Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)”  at Rode Zaal, Singelploeg in Antwerpen (B). (Details about the Dance Opera see “Year by Year 1989, premier in Brest (F), Nov. 1989”)
related_items  Composition: A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_en  Josef Nadj’s Website

1990, ?? June

Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)”  in Hamburg (DE). (Details about the Dance Opera see “Year by Year 1989, premier in Brest (F), Nov. 1989”)
related_items  Composition: A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_en  Josef Nadj’s Website

1990, ?? June

Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)”  in Salzburg (A). (Details about the Dance Opera see “Year by Year 1989, premier in Brest (F), Nov. 1989”)
related_items  Composition: A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_en  Josef Nadj’s Website

1990, ?? June

Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)”  in Lievin (F). (Details about the Dance Opera see “Year by Year 1989, premier in Brest (F), Nov. 1989”)
related_items  Composition: A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_en  Josef Nadj’s Website
movie  Video recording
 
Audio recording from the video

between 1990, 12 – 17, June

Dance Opera – Musical Drama – “A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)”  at Theatre de la Ville in Paris (F). (Details about the Dance Opera see “Year by Year 1989, premier in Brest (F), Nov. 1989”)
related_items  Composition: A kormányzó halála (The Governor’s Death/ La mort de l’empereur)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_en  Josef Nadj’s Website
audio info  Audience recording

1990, 15 July

Solo concert at Kamaraerdő Int. Jazz Festival, Budapest (HU)
info_huinfo_en  Kamaraerdő Int. Jazz Festival 13th – 15th July, 1990, Budapest (HU) – program poster (3 pages)

1990 Fall

Duo performance with Dresch Mihály at Theatre du Chatelet, Paris, at the Paris Autumn Festival

1990 Fall

perhaps Duo performance with Dresch Mihály in Chatovallon (FR), near Toulon

1990, 15 – 16, Nov.

recording of the LP: “A Szent Főnixmadár Dürrögései (Rutting of the Sacred Phoenix Bird)” at the M-Studio, RTV Novi Sad
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (piano)
audio info liner_notes GSP1991LPF   finally 1991 released on LP: “A Szent Főnixmadár dürrögései (Rutting of the Sacred Phoenix Bird)”, Adyton 004
  A Fekete zongora. Szabados György zenei estje az M studióban – Király Ernő, Magyar Szó 1990.11.22

1990, 17 Nov.

Solo concert at the M-Studio, RTV Novi Sad
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (piano)
  A Fekete zongora. Szabados György zenei estje az M studióban – Király Ernő, Magyar Szó 1990.11.22