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Capella Savaria

Capella Savaria is a Hungarian period-instrument chamber orchestra located in Szombathely, in American Hungary close to the Austrian boundary. The group took its name from Savaria, the Roman name of Szombathely, that was founded being a Roman outpost in 45 CE. Founded in 1981 by Pál Németh, since 1999 the Capella Savaria continues to be led by violinist Zsolt Kalló. Although most widely known being a period-instrument group devoted generally to music from the eighteenth hundred years, Capella Savaria provides played modern music, aswell. They have made a lot more than 60 recordings, including many with conductor Nicholas McGegan. These have already been released primarily on Hungaraton, but Capella Savaria’s recordings also have appeared around the Quintana, Dorian, Centaur, Harmonia Mundi, Active, and Naxos brands.

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