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Mother Teresa Statue Unveiled In Budapest To Mark Intl Charity Day
The Albanian Embassy and Hungarian dignitaries unveiled a statue of Mother Teresa in Budapest on Friday to mark Day of International Charity. “Mother Teresa lived an exemplary life, she faced up the horror of poverty and hopelessness and was dedicated to serving the needy,” Zoltán Pokorni, the mayor of District 12 where the statue was erected, told the ceremony. more »
Video Article: Freedom OperaGala, Opera House Budapest, 6 September
Exactly 25 years have passed since Hungary opened its borders and allowed tens of thousands of East German tourists to escape to the West. Many people consider this not only to be the first blow in bringing down the Berlin Wall, but as a crucial moment in our shared European identity and a milestone along the path to the pan-European value system and unified continent officially embodied by the European Union. more »
Hungarian State Opera Marks Border Opening 25 Years Ago
The Hungarian State Opera House is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Austrian- Hungarian border with an international conference on Friday and a gala featuring renowned singers Anja Kampe, Piotr Beczala, Ferruccio Furlanetto and Andrea Rost on the day after. more »

Festival Orchestra Invites You To Visit Gozsdu Courtyard In Budapest, 9 September


Festival Orchestra Invites You To Visit Gozsdu Courtyard In Budapest, 9 September
"25 years ago, Berlin was divided by a wall. Europe and the lives of its people are still filled with walls, but that is something we can change. Budapest Festival Orchestra is doing something to bring about this change, and for nine days in early September, you too can help by visiting Gozsdu Courtyard and sharing some of your thoughts. more »

Budapest Jewish Summer Festival With Focus On Holocaust 70th Anniversary


Budapest Jewish Summer Festival With Focus On Holocaust 70th Anniversary
This year’s Jewish Summer Festival held until Sept. 7 features music, literature, theatre, film and fine art, with a focus on the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust. Some 30 productions with more than 500 contributors at more than ten venues are featured in the week-long festival. In addition to Budapest, events are held in Gyöngyös, Pécs and Veszprém. more »

Giora Feidman & Gitanes Blondes, Music Academy Budapest, 6 September


Giora Feidman & Gitanes Blondes, Music Academy Budapest, 6 September
In his cooperation with the Munich based ensemble Gitanes Blondes Giora Feidman chose a new path. So far his Klezmer line-ups were groups he put together himself and had them following his sound concepts. In Gitanes Blondes for the first time he met a grown band with their own particular handwriting – in Giora Feidman’s opinon the best Klezmer group, no doubt, he encountered so far. more »



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