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Ballet Preljocaj: Spectral Evidence / La Stravaganza, Mupa, 2 March
Spectral Evidence (2013) - Angelin Preljocaj got his first taste of John Cage from a CD of a vocal composition he received from a friend. 'I always thought I knew Cage's works quite well,' explains the choreographer, who had already created several ballets to the experimental composer's music. more »
Steve Mccurry Exhibition In Műcsarnok
Celebrated American photographer Steve McCurry, best known for his photo the Afghan Girl, is currently exhibiting in Budapest. The legendary photos can be seen in Budapest’s Műcsarnok (Hall of Art) until 3 April 2016. more »
In Memoriam Vilmos Zsigmond: Legendary Cinematographer Remembered In Budapest
“Vilmos Zsigmond remained the person he has always been: a Hungarian revolutionary, a loyal son of Hungary, our American hero”, said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán about the recently passed away Oscar-winning cinematographer who has been commemorated at a memorial event held in the Vigadó of Budapest. more »

Xpat Opinion: Statue Strife Nr 2: György Donáth


Xpat Opinion: Statue Strife Nr 2: György Donáth
Commenting on a foiled initiative to unveil the bust of a pre-war right-wing politician, left-wing commentators accuse the government of indulging in a cult of racist personalities. Their pro-government counterpart denies the allegation that György Donáth was an anti-Semite, while an independent conservative author calls on the opposing sides to show more tolerance towards each other. more »

'Gallant Frenchmen', Mupa, 2 March


'Gallant Frenchmen', Mupa, 2 March
After two successful tragédies en musique, Jean-Philippe Rameau, the reformer of French grand opera, introduced an opéra-ballet entitled Les Indes galantes (The Amorous Indies). His interest had been piqued by the chief of an American Indian tribe and his five companions, who had presented their own dances at the Théâtre-Italien in Paris. more »

Travelling Exhibition Of Hungarian Forced Labourers In Soviet Union Opens


Travelling Exhibition Of Hungarian Forced Labourers In Soviet Union Opens
A travelling exhibition installed in a train wagon was opened at Budapest’s Nyugati railway station. It pays tribute to Hungarians deported to Soviet forced labour camps in late 1944 and during the first half of 1945. The exhibition forms part of an anniversary programme series running until early 2017. more »



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