After a 4-month COVID-break Gergely has been back to conduct a various collection of works by Dukas, Bach, Grieg, Franck, Schumann, Jongen, Mozart, Beethoven and Bizet at the helm of the Orchestre Philharmonique ..." />
  • Featured video

    Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé

    Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège 2019

     

    Recorded live at Salle Philharmonique de Liège

     

    More videos
  • Biography

    Gergely Madaras is Music Director of Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège. Having taken up the position in September 2019, they are enjoying a fruitful relationship with numerous series in Liège and Bozar Brussels, regular broadcasts on Mezzo TV, Medici TV and RTBF, and a growing recording catalogue for Alpha Classics, Cyprés and Nomad Play labels. Gergely stepped down as Music Director of the Orchestre Dijon Bourgogne in 2019 and as Chief Conductor of the Savaria Symphony Orchestra in his native Hungary in 2020, having held both positions for 6 years.

    Read more

Upcoming

  • february 27, 2021 Budapest Festival Orchestra
    Budapest, Franz Liszt Academy - 19:45

    GABRIEL FAURÉ: Pelleas and Melisande Suite

    CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS: Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor,

    op. 33

    ROBERT SCHUMANN: Symphony No.3 in Eb, op. 97

    (‘Rheinische’)

     

    Alisa Weilerstein  – cello

    Budapest Festival Orchestra

     

    Gergely Madaras – conductor

    More info Tickets
  • february 28, 2021 Budapest Festival Orchestra
    Budapest, Franz Liszt Academy - 15:30

    GABRIEL FAURÉ: Pelleas and Melisande Suite

    CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS: Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor,

    op. 33

    ROBERT SCHUMANN: Symphony No.3 in Eb, op. 97

    (‘Rheinische’)

     

    Alisa Weilerstein  – cello

    Budapest Festival Orchestra

     

    Gergely Madaras – conductor

    More info Tickets
  • march 03, 2021 City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
    Birmingham, Symphony Hall - 19:30

    JONATHAN DOVE: New Work

    ANTONIN DVORAK: Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95 ‘From the New World’

     

    City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

    Sir Simon Keenlyside – baritone

    Raphael Wallfisch – cello

     

    Gergely Madaras – conductor

     

    More info
  • march 12, 2021 Orquesta de Valencia
    Valencia, Palau de la Música - 19:30

    GABRIEL FAURÉ: Pelleas and Melisande Suite

    LAUNY GRONDAHL: Concerto for Trombone and

    Orchestra in F Minor

    Interval

    ROBERT SCHUMANN: Symphony No.1 in B flat, Op.38

    ‘Spring’

     

    Orquesta de Valencia

     

    Gergely Madaras – conductor

    More info
"His is a name to watch."
Financial Times
  • Latest audio

    Rachmaninoff: Symphony No. 2

    Rachmaninoff: Symphony No. 2 – III. Adagio

    Savaria Symphony Orchestra/Gergely Madaras

    Live Recording, 2016

    More audio files
  • Featured review

    “The ensemble, led by Gergely Madaras, is extremely skilled in its ability to dose. It can wonderfully modulate between sensuality and coolness, warmth and clarity, mind and spirit.” 

    (Süddeutsche Zeitung)

    Read more
  • Follow Gergely

    Follow Gergely’s latest activities and travels on social media!