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The Metropolitan Opera: Live In HD, Festival Theater, 6 April
Replay of the live broadcast with English and Hungarian subtitle. The most frequently performed opera in the Metropolitan’s history, the tale of La Bohème, which portrays the life of hedonistic young artists with all its joys and tragedies, is presented here with an excitingly young cast in a classic production by Franco Zeffirelli and with the outstanding Italian conductor Stefano Ranzani at the podium. more »
Emre Elivar & Işin Metin Concert With The Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
It might not be obvious but Hungarian and Turkish music history and folk music have a lot in common. This concert presents two excellent Turkish musicians and introduces Turkish music to the audiences. Composed by Ahmed Adnan Saygun, the ‘Bartók of Turkey’ in 1975, Ritual Dance melts elements of Western music and Turkish authentic folk music in a unique way. more »
The Grand Budapest Theatrical Extravaganza
The Hungarian capital has been hosting an international theatre exchange as part of the annual Budapest Spring Festival. Around 20 companies from 13 countries have come together to perform and share ideas. The event, organised by the National Theatre, honours the 19th century Hungarian poet and playwright Imre Madách. more »

American College & University Fair In Budapest, 7 April


American College & University Fair In Budapest, 7 April
The Embassy of the United States, Budapest, in cooperation with the U.S. Commercial Service and 'EducationUSA' invites you to attend an American College and University Fair on Monday. This is a unique opportunity to meet representatives from 15 different U.S. colleges and universities visiting Hungary. EducationUSA will also be there to answer your questions and offer you additional information on studying in the U.S.A. more »

An Evening Of Richard Strauss, Liszt Academy Budapest, 4 April


An Evening Of Richard Strauss, Liszt Academy Budapest, 4 April
Richard Strauss was born 150 years ago, in 1864. For many, he is a creator of operas, the composer of Salome, Elektra, Der Rosenkavalier, and The Woman without a Shadow. For others, his name signifies symphonic poems such as A Hero’s Life, Till Eulenspiegel and Zarathustra. He was also responsible for great lieder, like the incomparable Four Lasts Songs. more »

In Memoriam Annie Fischer, Opera House Budapest, 14 April


In Memoriam Annie Fischer, Opera House Budapest, 14 April
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of internationally acclaimed pianist Annie Fischer, the Opera houses a concert on 14 April featuring the most renowned Hungarian pianists: Katalin Falvai, Jenő Jandó, Ilona Prunyi, Tamás Vásáry, Zoltán Kocsis, who is also to appear as a conductor during the evening more »



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