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Own A Camera? Beware Hungary’s New Civil Code
Extensive changes to Hungary’s civil law code came into law on 15 March 2014. Among the many new rules is one making it illegal to capture photographs and video and audio recordings without the permission of the subject. The rule even affects media prepared outside the purposes of published media – anyone with any kind of audio, photograph, or video capturing device should beware Hungary’s new civil code. more »
Renewed Vigadó Concert Hall Reopens In Budapest
The Hungarian capital’s second largest concert hall, the Vigadó, was officially reopened on Friday following extensive restoration, with the ceremony attended by Hungarian President János Áder, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Mayor of Budapest István Tarlós. Minister for Human Resources Zoltán Balog presented the symbolic key to the building to György Fekete, President of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA). more »
British Vocal Group Voces8 In Budapest On 28 March
VOCES8, the outstanding vocal ensemble from Britain is coming to its first tour in Hungary, consisting of only three tour dates. To the invitation of Philharmonia Hungary, three Hungarian cities will host the group; they will perform in Veszprém at the Pannon University on 25 March, in Nagykanizsa at the Hevesi Sándor Cultural Centre on 27 March, and for two times, with two different programs in Budapest: on 26 March during the Budapest Spring Festival in the St. Stephen Basilica and on 28 March in the Budapest Music Centre. more »

Puccini: Tosca, Hungarian State Opera, Budapest, 21 March


Puccini: Tosca, Hungarian State Opera, Budapest, 21 March
Tosca was an eagerly awaited piece, but its eventual reception was lukewarm. It was only gradually that this fast-paced work, often called an action opera, became a box-office success. Géza Csáth, who wrote about it a few years after the Italian premiere, credited Puccini with a comprehensive and thorough knowledge of theatre, music and the extremely complex psychological processes of reception. more »

Opening Concert Of Budapest Spring Festival, Palace of Arts, 21 March


Opening Concert Of  Budapest Spring Festival, Palace of Arts, 21 March
This is not the first time the Szeged Contemporary Dance Company have been featured at the Spring Festival, or have performed with a symphonic orchestra. Following their cooperation with the Hungarian National Philharmonic for a production of The Wooden Prince, with choreography by Tamás Juronics, the company now appear with the Pannon Philharmonic. more »

Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok: Temptations, National Concert Hall Budapest, 16 March


Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok: Temptations, National Concert Hall Budapest, 16 March
The central concept of this last performance in a joint series of the Dohnányi Orchestra Budafok and the Palace of Arts is the human desire to possess the unattainable. The unattainable as a devilish temptation is at the same time one of the prerequisites for knowledge and growth. more »



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