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Gabrieli Choir's Concert, Herminamező Church, 10 June
The Gabrieli Choir's final concert before the summer break takes place on Friday 10th June at the Herminamezői Szentlélek templom (Bp., XIV., Kassai tér), starting at half past seven. There are four contrasting works on the programme - dating from the 18th to the 21st centuries - and chief of these is a joyful jazz mass: the Mass in Blue by Will Todd (1970- ). more »
Budapest Summer Festival, 10 June - 30 August
Budapest is most famous for its unmatched panorama, however the Hungarian capital has also been referred to as a city of surprises in the last couple of years. The reason – apart from its historical building- and natural heritage – being that Budapest offers exciting, wide-ranging programs for its guests throughout the whole year. Now we would like to invite you to the Budapest Summer Festival to celebrate with us the renewed Margaret Island Open-air Stage. more »
The View From Here: Artists, 4 - 7 June
From Ai Wei Wei to Banksy, we can see art engaging policy and the political sphere. But in an increasingly connected world where cultural production is ever more easily disseminated, how can this engagement be most effective and meaningful? more »

Mayor’s Charity Accumulates Homes


Mayor’s Charity Accumulates Homes
Benefícium Szeretetszolgálat, a charity organisation headed by Orosz Mihály, the mayor of Érpatak, has acquired at least 47 homes in the village in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, anti-corruption site Átlátszó learnt from the land registry. more »

Saint Thomas Becket Relics Presented At Canterbury Cathedral


Saint Thomas Becket Relics Presented At Canterbury Cathedral
The relics of Saint Thomas Becket (1118- 1170) held in the northern Hungarian town of Esztergom were presented in Canterbury Cathedral on Saturday, the site where he was murdered eight hundred years ago. more »

European Voluntary Service: Learn While You Help


European Voluntary Service: Learn While You Help
Volunteers do good in foreign countries

The European Voluntary Service offers young people the chance to engage in volunteer work in a foreign country on the continent. The 21-year-old Imke Langmann from Germany thought it sounded good. Her choice of venue: Budapest. more »



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