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Invitation: Rising Stars From Vienna, Festival Theatre Budapest, 15 February
Bearing a message from the Vienna of the turn of the 19th century comes a trio made up of musicians who met at the Amsterdam Conservatory, who – despite appearances – will have no difficulty conveying a missive written in the language of music. more »

National Philharmonic’s Concert, National Concert Hall, Budapest, 13 Feb


National Philharmonic’s Concert, National Concert Hall, Budapest, 13 Feb
Rossini completed his Petite messe solennelle in 1864, four years before his death. Its title is already problematic, given that ceremonial masses in music history all tend to be large-scale works. At the age of 72, the composer regarded as one of the greatest masters of his time, who had devoted several decades only to cooking and socialising, christened this work “the last of my sins of old age.” more »

Hubay Piano Transferred To The Museum Of Musicology In Budapest


Hubay Piano Transferred To The Museum Of Musicology In Budapest
The famous Hubay piano, which had been in the U.S. Ambassador’s residence for decades, has been carefully preserved and maintained by the American Embassy. In agreement with the Hubay family and the Institute of Musicology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the precious Bösendorfer piano was transferred to the Museum of Musicology on February 6, 2014, so that it could be enjoyed by a broader audience of Hungarian and international music lovers. more »

Free Hungarian Language Courses In Budapest


Free Hungarian Language Courses In Budapest
Thanks to the Hungarian Ministry of Interior and the European Integration Fund (EIA/2012/1.1.1) more and more third country nationals are able to learn and speak Hungarian, to integrate and find a job easier after completing the free Hungarian courses offered at Tudomány Language School. more »
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