Bartók Spring International Art Weeks Opera Ballad concert version at Müpa Budapest
Grand Théâtre de Genève with OSR - Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. Directed by Kornél Mundruczó, conducted by Peter Eötvös and Maxime Pascal
Fermata is a concerto for 15 musicians sitting five feet apart. They present a kind of time report: from our Covid days and pandemic years, in which normal life suddenly comes to a standstill, then continues somewhat chaotically and stops again with tragic events.
It looks exactly like between 1971-1978 when Peter Eötvös worked there as a technician and composer.
20 January 2022, Geneva - A comical and dramatic work about the timeless subject of illegal immigration. The opera tells the story of different generations living above an Asian restaurant.
New saxophone concerto by Peter Eötvös on 15 January - Cologne, Germany
Péter Eötvös "Respond" concerto for solo viola and orchestra on 9th January - Berlin, Germany
"Each Opera Characterizes Its Age" - Eötvös interview in new issue of Concerti (winter 2021/2022)
On Cziffra’s birthday, Peter Eötvös’ new piano concerto Cziffra Psodia has received its world premiere to celebrate the centenary.
BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award goes to Peter Eötvös, “one of the most important musical voices of our time”.