DateOctober 13, 2023
LocationWeill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall New York, NY
Carnegie Hall Success
Bernadett achieved a notable milestone with a sold-out concert at the prestigious Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, New York.
On Friday, October 13th, 2023, Bernadett made her debut honoring her grandfather, József B. Suha, with a performance of a lifetime. This unique evening held special significance, as it brought together history and family legacy, merging Hungarian traditions with American culture.
József B. Suha was born in Hungary in 1913 during a period of political unrest. Despite the challenges his country faced, he pursued a career in music, eventually becoming one of Hungary’s foremost violinists and composers. However, when he made plans to share his music in the USA, the Hungarian passport office inexplicably revoked his passport, preventing him from setting foot on American soil. Since then, the USA has been deprived of his musical contributions.
In an attempt to fulfill the journey her grandfather was unable to embark upon, Bernadett made her debut at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. This remarkable event served as a celebration of her grandfather’s 110th birthday, featuring the world premiere of his compositions, spanning genres such as tango, Spanish Dances, and Hungarian songs.
In addition to performing her grandfather’s arrangements, Bernadett also showcased famous Hungarian-style melodies, paying tribute to her Hungarian roots. The performance was a poignant homage to family heritage, musical legacy, and the realization of a dream spanning generations.