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ISKCON Hungary Sends Aid To The Flood Affected Bosnia
On May 23rd, ISKCON Hungary has sent a group of volunteers to the flood and landslide affected Bosnia. The group will assist ISKCON Bosnia’s humanitarian work and will deliver emergency funds collected by the Hungarian community. The floods in the Balkans have hit tens of thousands in Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia, affecting Krishna-believers, too. The local ISKCON devotees responded immediately, and now in Serbia they distribute 1,300 plates, in Bosnia an additional 500 plates of hot meal daily. more »
Commemoration & Gala On The Day Of National Unity In Hungary
This year, the Day of National Unity will be remembered for the fourth time on the 4th of June; date of the signing of the Treaty of Trianon. The programmes of the national event are built again around the cross-border unity of the Hungarian culture to strengthen the ties between Hungarians living in- and outside of the country. According to the Parliament’s decision, the focus of the day is not on the tragic experience of loss, but rather the reality of the mind-lifting experience of belonging together. more »
Hungarian Cellist Wins 3rd Prize In Eurovision Contest
Fifteen-year-old Hungarian cellist Gergely Devich has won third prize in the Eurovision Young Musicians 2014 competition held in Cologne. Devich performed Allegro appassionato by Saint-Saens in the final on Saturday. more »

New London Consort: Britain’s Golden Ages, Basilica Budapest, 25 June


New London Consort: Britain’s Golden Ages, Basilica Budapest, 25 June
Philip Pickett’s versatile New London Consort is one of today’s leading early music ensembles, which draws from the uniquely wide and colourful range of Renaissance and Baroque music for its repertoire. New London Consort is the most well-known and renowned group of this genre today. more »

Hungarian Music Project In Kennedy Center


Hungarian Music Project In Kennedy Center
The Glass House Project comprising US-Hungarian musicians and named after a WW2 Jews refuge in Budapest played to great acclaim at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC on Wednesday evening. more »

Hungarian Pavilion At Milan Expo To Cost 4.7bn Forints


Hungarian Pavilion At Milan Expo To Cost 4.7bn Forints
The Hungarian government will spend a 4.7 billion forints on the pavilion representing the country at the 2015 World Expo in Milan, government commissioner Géza Szőcs said on Tuesday. The planned pavilion will “powerfully present Hungary’s themes, and the design is appreciated by both the Italian press and architects,” he said. more »



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