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Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Mupa Budapest, 3 February
Scarcely a year after the work's world première in Prague, János ('Hans') Richter - a friend of Dvořák's and one of the most dedicated proponents of his works - placed the Symphony No. 8 on the Vienna Philharmonic's concert programme. more »
See What Happened @ Burns Night 2016 At Corinthia Hotel Budapest
The Robert Burns International Foundation welcomed its guests again to the Grand Ballroom for a night of good food, fine wine and whisky, and an opportunity to try out some Scottish dancing. The evening is an annual tribute to the Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Originally it was organised by his close friends and family after he died as a memorial, but now it is an international event with traditional Scottish food, music and his works celebrated. more »
Uniquely Hungary:  The Lions Of Budapest, By Anne Zwack
If you think about it, Hungarians are not the only people to be partial to lions, as they are like book ends on gateposts of villas in suburbia and guardians of monuments all over the world. Everywhere you go there are crests and doorknockers and gargoyles and fountains with the Lion King theme. But in Budapest it seems to me, like the buildings lining the streets, no two seem to be exactly the same. Lion hunters in Budapest have found forty different lions in just one weekend: rampant, couchant and holding shields in their paws. more »

Mozart Night-Yang Yoonhee Piano Recital, Korean Cultural Center Budapest, 26 January


Mozart Night-Yang Yoonhee Piano Recital, Korean Cultural Center Budapest, 26 January
I'm struck by how Yoonhee Yang is able to delineate the Well-Tempered Clavier Book Two G Minor Fugue’s closely-knit textures through touch and color alone – not an easy task. (Gramophone, 2010. 5) more »

Literary Titbits With Ben Fergusson, Brody Studios Budapest, 27 January


Literary Titbits With Ben Fergusson, Brody Studios Budapest, 27 January
Ben Fergusson`s debut novel won the Historical Writers’ Association Debut Crown for debut historical fiction. HWA chair Manda Scott said: “Ben Fergusson’s The Spring of Kasper Meier is a truly outstanding work of fiction that will, I hope, enter into the canon of English literature. It takes the known tragedies of the Second World War and extends them into what was, for most of the judges, an unknown arena: Berlin in the immediate aftermath of war, when the city was in ruins and the rubble gangs foraged for survival. The reality of it, the horror, was visceral and yet told with an immense and compassionate beauty. It’s a masterpiece. To have written it as a first novel is an exceptional achievement.” more »

Thomas Becket Relics From Esztergom, Hungary To Be Shown In Britain


Thomas Becket Relics From Esztergom, Hungary To Be Shown In Britain
Relics of Saint Thomas of Canterbury held in Esztergom in northern Hungary will be displayed in the United Kingdom between May 23 and 29, Hungarian Ambassador Péter Szabadhegy announced. President János Áder, Cardinal Péter Erdő, Archbishop of Esztergom- Budapest, and Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén will attend the opening events of the series. more »



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