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Funding Available To Hungarian Civil Orgs To Help Communities
Civil organisations can bid for a total of 2.15 billion forints (EUR 6.9m) of funding from the national cooperation fund to help build communities and create new opportunities, the state secretary for church, ethnic minority and civil social relations, Miklós Soltész told a press conference. A total of 64,000 civil organisations operate in Hungary, with 16% supporting leisure activities, 13.5% cultural activities, 13.5% education, 12% sports and 1.3% is for rights organisations, he said. more »
Zugló Philharmonia, National Concert Hall Budapest, 29 November
It is rare for a musician to return a work written for him to the composer on the basis that he finds it banal and unplayable in places. This is exactly what happened to Tchaikovsky's justifiably popular, catchy and romantic Piano Concerto in B-flat minor. more »
Nutcracker, Hungarian State Opera Budapest, 28 November
Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker has for decades been an essential part of the Opera’s run-up to Christmas. In memory of Vasili Vainonen and Gusztáv Oláh, we are presenting for Christmas of 2015 a newly buffed-up show that follows classical ballet traditions while still conforming to the requirements of 21st century dance and set design. more »

Diplomatic Fair, InterContinental Budapest, 29 November


Diplomatic Fair, InterContinental Budapest, 29 November
The fifth Diplomatic Fair, organized by the Diplomatic Spouses of Budapest and the InterContinental Budapest promises to be a great extravaganza as previous years. This year, 40 embassies will be participating by exhibiting their country’s character in specialties and souvenirs, and nearly 26 countries are offering their nation’s food and drink in the refreshment area more »

Insight Through Art, Tárt Kapu Gallery Budapest, On Until 30 November


Insight Through Art, Tárt Kapu Gallery Budapest, On Until 30 November
Hungarian and German autistic people’s work can be seen together for the first time. With astounding themes, virtuoso compositions and bright colors, the Insight trough art exhibit offers a rare peak into the closed world of autistic people. The show features works of German and Hungarian artists living with autism including drawings created in the Art Program of Mosoly Otthon Foundation, and akku – Autismus Kunst und Kultur, which gathers autistic artists. more »

Foreign Authors Produce 29% Of Published Works In Hungary


Foreign Authors Produce 29% Of Published Works In Hungary
About 29% of works published in Hungary are by foreign authors, a fresh summary of data compiled by the Central Statistical Office shows. American authors accounted for about half of the works published by foreign writers, and UK and German authors for about a quarter, the data from 2013- 2014 show. Foreign authors’ share of published works was the biggest in fiction, reaching almost 44%, and came to 21% in the children’s and young adult segment and 17% in non-fiction, according to 2014 data. more »



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