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2015/16 Season At The Opera House In Budapest
The Hungarian State Opera proudly presents its new (2015/16) season dedicated to William Shakespeare. It once more exceeds all expectations and is worthy of any opera house or cultural institute in the world. Together with our recently reopened second venue, the Erkel Theatre, the Opera offers more programmes than ever. We offer a fascinating range of programmes for lovers of opera, ballet and classical music. more »
NAWA Budapest Event: Fun & Laughter, 8 September
NAWA Budapest: Come join us for the start of the new North American Women's Association year. There will be time to catch up with old friends and make new friendships. You will meet the new board, find out about the variety of clubs offered to members of NAWA and get the opportunity to sign up for the many activities we have planned for September and October. more »
Xpat Opinion: Migrants Seeking Home Show Hope At Keleti
By Liz Frommer: Over 2,000 immigrants packed Budapest's Keleti railway station this past Sunday night, a stark reminder of Europe's current immigration debacle. Mostly hidden under the main square, the juxtaposition of the hundreds of families stranded in tents, hungry and worn, with the luminous facade of Keleti's 19th century station was eerie. Strewn about this vast passageway leading commuters from the metros and buses to the station, as well as from one side to the other of the square above, there was barely room to walk as migrants slept, ate, played, and bathed everywhere. And then there were those who just sat and stared. more »

Golgotha Painting Covered In Hungary


Golgotha Painting Covered In Hungary
Golgotha, the 19th-century painting by Mihály Munkácsy has been covered over at the Déri Museum in Debrecen, as its owner Imre Pákh has banned its further public display. Pákh brought the picture to Hungary for display along with the other parts of Munkácsy’s Christ trilogy, but the government declared the painting a protected artwork that cannot be exported after he rejected its purchase offer of $6 million. more »

Budapest Jewish Cultural Festival Leader Quits


Budapest Jewish Cultural Festival Leader Quits
The artistic director of the Jewish Cultural Festival, József Böjte, resigned on Monday after state secretary Csaba Latorcai was jeered off the stage as he made a speech opening the event on Sunday. The audience drowned out Latorcai with applause before he ended his speech because he was defending singer Mária Petrás, whose invitation had been withdrawn due to allegations that she had performed at anti-Semitic and far-right events in the past. more »

American, Italian Poets Awarded Janus Pannonius Prize In Hungary


American, Italian Poets Awarded Janus Pannonius Prize In Hungary
The American Charles Bernstein and the Italian Giuseppe Conte were presented the Janus Pannonius Grand Prize for Poetry at a ceremony in Pécs, southwest Hungary. Bernstein’s poetry was praised for being “unexpected, radical, provocative, complex, dexterous, and contemporary” in a laudation at the ceremony. more »



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