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Palace Of Arts In Budapest Celebrates Poetry Day With Shakespeare Sonnets Set To Music
Budapest’s Palace of Arts will celebrate poetry day with a performance of Shakespeare’s sonnets set to music on Friday. The group W. H. was formed in 2009 by cellist and composer Albert Markos with the aim of placing the sonnets and songs of William Shakespeare in a modern musical context. more »
See What Happened @ American College & University Fair In Budapest
The Times They Are a-Changin' wrote Bob Dylan, a classic American legend. Well, they are. Once upon a time when you were going to study at university or college it was a more complex matter. There were forms, leaflets, visits, and even now with technology it is not such a simple thing to do. more »
Budapest Opera Tribute Concert To Annie Fischer On 100th Birthday
The Hungarian State Opera House will host a tribute concert to celebrate the birth centenary of world-renowned Hungarian pianist Annie Fischer on April 14. Pianists Jenő Jandó, Tamás Vásáry, Ilona Prúnyi and Katalin Falvai will play solos accompanied by the Solti Chamber Orchestra to commemorate the artist, who died in 1995, Vásáry told a press conference in Budapest. more »

The Metropolitan Opera: Live In HD, Festival Theater, 6 April


The Metropolitan Opera: Live In HD, Festival Theater, 6 April
Replay of the live broadcast with English and Hungarian subtitle. The most frequently performed opera in the Metropolitan’s history, the tale of La Bohème, which portrays the life of hedonistic young artists with all its joys and tragedies, is presented here with an excitingly young cast in a classic production by Franco Zeffirelli and with the outstanding Italian conductor Stefano Ranzani at the podium. more »

Emre Elivar & Işin Metin Concert With The Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra


Emre Elivar & Işin Metin Concert With The Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
It might not be obvious but Hungarian and Turkish music history and folk music have a lot in common. This concert presents two excellent Turkish musicians and introduces Turkish music to the audiences. Composed by Ahmed Adnan Saygun, the ‘Bartók of Turkey’ in 1975, Ritual Dance melts elements of Western music and Turkish authentic folk music in a unique way. more »

The Grand Budapest Theatrical Extravaganza


The Grand Budapest Theatrical Extravaganza
The Hungarian capital has been hosting an international theatre exchange as part of the annual Budapest Spring Festival. Around 20 companies from 13 countries have come together to perform and share ideas. The event, organised by the National Theatre, honours the 19th century Hungarian poet and playwright Imre Madách. more »



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