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Hungarian Painter Munkácsy’s Christ Trilogy To Be Separated
Hungarian painter Mihály Munkácsy’s famous Christ Trilogy will be separated, as Christ before Pilate (1881) is returning to Canada after talks between Hungarian government officials and the owner fell through, Déri Museum spokesman Attila Nehéz told MTI. more »

World Stars Meet At Veszprémfest, 15 - 20 July


World Stars Meet At Veszprémfest, 15 - 20 July
Veszprémfest is an 11-year-old, yet still dynamically developing, sizable cultural event for lovers of the arts and quality music. It attracts visitors from Veszprém, the whole of Hungary, and abroad. For several days of every summer the event offers world-class performances from various musical genres, be it classical, world music, opera, jazz and pop. Stars of 2014 include: The Brand New Heavies, Vaya Con Dios, and Youssou Ndour. The event slogan is as always, "Let’s meet in Veszprém!" more »

Dada, Surrealism Exhibition Opens In Budapest


Dada, Surrealism Exhibition Opens In Budapest
The two main movements of 20thcentury avant-garde, Dada and Surrealism, are featured at a largescale exhibition that opened in the Hungarian National Gallery on Wednesday. The exhibition, running until October 8, offers an insight into the evolvement of the movements through more than 100 works by Marcel Duchamp, René Magritte, Max Ernst, Man Ray, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí on loan from the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. more »

Summer Selection From The Met New York @ Uránia Budapest, 16 July


Summer Selection From The Met New York @ Uránia Budapest, 16 July
A contemporary take on the 18th-century genre of the pastiche, this delightful Baroque fantasy brings together some of the greatest arias and ensembles by Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau, Purcell, and other composers, with a new English libretto by Jeremy Sams, inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The all-star cast is headed by David Daniels as Prospero, Joyce DiDonato as Sycorax, Danielle de Niese as Ariel, Luca Pisaroni as Caliban, and the legendary Plácido Domingo as Neptune. William Christie conducts this dazzling world-premiere production. more »
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