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Hungarians Are Unmotivated To Study Foreign Languages
A certificate of proficiency in a foreign language can earn you a rise of HUF 40 000 in the civil service and a comparable rise in the corporate sector – we have learned from the Hungarian Professional Association of Language Schools. That having said, Hungary fares very poorly in foreign language proficiency by comparison to other countries of the European Union. A third of the population doesn’t even think of starting to learn a foreign language. more »

Season Highlights At Hungarian State Opera & Erkel Theatre In Budapest


Season Highlights At Hungarian State Opera & Erkel Theatre In Budapest
Giuseppe Verdi: Falstaff - Comic opera in three acts - Première 21 September: A combined marvel of creative force, of the serene wisdom of advanced age and of artistic renewal. Giuseppe Verdi’s final opera is denser, richer and more entertaining – and more worthy of the spirit of Shakespeare – than is the playwright’s original comedy, The Merry Wives of Windsor. The message from a nearly 80-old Verdi rings true even today: “All the world is a joke… we love to laugh at each other!” The production is being staged on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Giuseppe Verdi. more »

Vote For The Most Lovable Tree In Hungary In "Tree Of The Year Contest 2013"


Vote For The Most Lovable Tree In Hungary In
Ökotárs Foundation is organizing a Tree of the Year contest for the fourth time since 2010. In this contest, anyone can nominate a tree that is important to them and to the community living around it. We are not searching for the oldest, the tallest, the biggest, the most beautiful or the rarest of trees. We are looking for the most lovable tree, a tree with a story that brings a community together. So far we have collated and publicized more than 300 stories about such trees thereby raising awareness about their natural heritage and strengthening their connection between people and its environment. more »

Invitation: Czech Contemporary Evening With Budapest Festival Orchestra, 19 September


Invitation: Czech Contemporary Evening With Budapest Festival Orchestra, 19 September
Born in 1959, Martin Smolka is one of the leading figures on the Czech music scene. He describes the piece here, composed in 2007, as “a poetical idea of angels sitting in their angelic cars and sounding their horns, reminding us of Jericho’s trumpets.” In 2011, František Chaloupka (born 1981) took part in a workshop in Frankfurt led by Péter Eötvös and the Ensemble Modern, which focused on the connection between myths and national identity. Machine Gun was commissioned by Eötvös. more »
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