Ditta Rohmann News
New concert series with Ditta Rohmann
Nov 8th 10.00 UTC
Beethoven cello sonatas Op. 5, with Mihály Berecz fortepiano.
Concerts every month. Two recordings have been released on youtube.
Click on the image to connect to them from the Listen page.
concert at the Théâtre Garonne, Toulouse postponed
March 6th 2021 Ditta Rohmann was due to give a concert of Hugarian solo cello masterpieces (by Kodaly, Ligeti, Kurtag & Eötvös) at the Théâtre Garonne, Toulouse under the title 'Un siècle de violoncelle hongrois'. Thanks to COVID-19 this concert, together with all events at the theatre was cancelled. It is we have agreed only postponed - as soon as a new date has been agreed we will announce it. Sadly we do not expect to be able to do so soon...
Press conference and two concerts in Budapest
to celebrate Ditta Rohmann's new CD
Nov 8th 2018, Hungaroton held a press conference to present Ditta Rohmann's latest 3 CDs, the duo recitals with her father, the pianist Imre Rohmann, the organist Laszlo Fassang, and her new solo recital disc featuring the sonatas of Kodaly and Ligeti alongside shorter works by Dukay, Eötvös and Kurtag.
4th December 2018:
at 19h Ditta gave a recital in the Solti Hall of the Liszt Academy: >Link
Kodaly: Cello Sonata, Op. 8
Ligeti: Cello Sonata
Eötvös: Two Poems to Polly
Kurtag: Signs, Games and Messages (excerpts)
Dukay: A hit mindenhatôsaganak keresztutja,
Lattam Urarnat a szivem szernével
Dall’Abacco: Eleven Capricii (excerpts)
and a concert of a rather different style at the l'Opus Jazz Club
Rozina Pátkai, vocals
János Ávéd, saxophone
Istvan Toth jr, guitar
András Dés, percussion
Ditta Rohmann, cello
Ditta gave the Hungarian premiere of Esa-Pekka Salonen's 'Mania' for solo cello and ensemble
the last work in an exciting concert including 3 Hungarian first performances
17th December,19:30 2018 Budapest Music Center
Gabriel Malancioiu: The Hidden Harmony – Hungarian premiere
Serei Zsolt: L'ombre sur les structures pliées – Hommage à Pierre Boulez
Lotta Wennäkoski: Nosztalgiaim – Hungarian premiere
Esa-Pekka Salonen: Mania for Cello and Ensemble – Hungarian premiere
Ditta Rohmann, cello solo
Huba Hollókői, conductor