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 we did not understand the introductions to sonatas at all. The concert was tip-based and you were kindly asked to donate some money during the break. We felt the quality had to be much higher, since there are many musicians out there, not only musical amateurs. A little more respect to the performance would make this a really nice innovation.
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