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Now On: Rippl-Rónai & Maillol, Hungarian National Gallery
József Rippl-Rónai had at least as great an impact on modern Hungarian art as Aristide Maillol had on modern European sculpture. The friendship between these two influential artists, and the artistic documents of their relationship, are the focus of an exhibition opened at the Hungarian National Gallery in December 2014. more »
Now On: Jasmina Cibic @ Ludwig Museum In Budapest
Acting as a synthesis of the artist’s past conceptual and formal investigations, the Slovenian artist Jasmina Cibic’s new video installation and project Spielraum: The Nation Loves It, presents the first chapter of the project Spielraum, which will be followed by two subsequent chapters that will be presented at MGLC Ljubljana and the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade (MSUB) later this year. This new body of work was preceded by Cibic’s critically acclaimed project For Our Economy and Culture made for the Slovenian Pavilion of the 55th Venice Biennial. more »
Nabucco Premiere At Erkel Theatre Budapest, 13 February
Until the past season, a production by András Mikó had featured in the programme for almost thirty years, since 1987. It had been performed 236 times. more »

Dezső Ránki& Concerto Budapest, Palace Of Arts Budapest, 8 February


Dezső Ránki& Concerto Budapest, Palace Of Arts Budapest, 8 February
Dezső Ránki, who has been spoiling the Hungarian public for four decades with his world-class playing and been chosen by the Palace of Arts as their Artist of the Season, plays works by two composers particularly close to his heart. Joseph Haydn and Ferenc Liszt belongs to a different age and represents a different style. In truth, it is hard to find common ground in their music, but they are all representative of Ránki's openness, good taste and focus on value, as well as a personality drawn to music that is at once virtuosic and intense, complex and stripped-down; in other words, everything for which this great artist is recognised. more »

Hungarian Experts Deride House Of Fates Concept


Hungarian Experts Deride House Of Fates Concept
PMO Minister János Lázár rather than historian Mária Schmidt has sent the concept for the exhibits to be featured in the House of Fates museum to experts for comments. Experts speaking to Népszabadság described the document as shoddy. more »

Budapest Festival Orchestra - Possibly The Best Orchestra In The World


Budapest Festival Orchestra - Possibly The Best Orchestra In The World
“After Symphony No. 1 by Brahms, the audience broke into rapturous applause as if they were at a rock concert. I’ve already played in front of an enthusiastic audience, but I haven’t experienced anything like that before. Is this when you hear people say that it was good to be Hungarian? Good to be a musician? Yes.” (Balázs Bujtor, violinist of the Festival Orchestra) more »



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