You are invited to an evening of music, “The Sound of Freedom,” performed by a 32-member professional symphonic orchestra to memorialize the 65th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. The performance will take place on Saturday, October 16, at 7 p.m. in Kulas Auditorium. The evening features conductor Dr. Marius E. Marton, with solo performances by Greta Pasztor on the piano, baritone Levente Meszaros, and violinist Gwyneth Gherzan. The concert is open to the general public, and tickets may be purchased online at or at the door. However, any JCU employee or student may request a FREE ticket at the door with ID, or reserve the ticket in advance by emailing Dr. Martha Pereszlenyi-Pinter in the CMLC department at or telephone (216) 397-4723 (leave message). In addition, all JCU employees and students are also invited free of charge to attend the rehearsal that starts at 2 pm, and afterwards to meet and mingle with the musicians who are all professionals and members of AFM (American Federation of Musicians). This concert is partially sponsored by the JCU College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures. [Masks and social distancing as per JCU policy required at all times]. Don’t miss what promises to be an exciting evening of beautiful classical music!