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Invitation: Bach Marathon, Palace Of Arts Budapest, 2 February
The first marathon at the Palace of Arts in 2008 showcased the works of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The series of 11 concerts on a single day covered a cross-section of the great master's ouevre and exceeded all expectations with its unique theme and atmosphere. In the years that followed, the organisers put together marathon programmes of the work of Dvořák, Beethoven, Schubert, Mozart and Bartók. more »

Invitation: Győr Ballet: Breakthrough, Festival Theatre Budapest, 31 Jan


Invitation: Győr Ballet: Breakthrough, Festival Theatre Budapest, 31 Jan
The Glass House: The girl walks down a narrow path, immersed in silent thought, so as not to disturb anyone – not even herself. Society is important to her – it means everything to her. In the eyes of others she is simply beautiful. But does she find herself beautiful? Is she important to herself too? If she carries on swinging her hips only to satisfy others, then she may easily dissolve like a shattered glass. She may fall in a storm of glass shards, sweeping everything from around her, going her own way, wildly and independently. In the end what do we choose? A warm and familiar comfort zone, or the windswept, fresh infinity of individuality? To give way or to break out? more »

Hungarian State Folk Ensemble: Stag Song, Festival Theatre, 30 Jan


Hungarian State Folk Ensemble: Stag Song, Festival Theatre, 30 Jan
The stag is an ancient symbol – and its discarded and regrown antlers have come to represent eternal renewal. The stag is at once a demon, a wizard, and a fairy or king of the dead capable of drawing those who hunt it into a new and different world. For us, the hunters of the 21st century, striving to escape subjugation and find freedom, Szarvasének (Stag Song) conjures up a kind of mythical memory. more »

Hungarian National Philharmonic’s Concert, National Concert Hall, Budapest, 30 Jan


Hungarian National Philharmonic’s Concert, National Concert Hall, Budapest, 30 Jan
Despite her young age, Moscow-born Alexandra Soumm is one of the most renowned and sought-after soloists today. She won the in-house competition of the Vienna Conservatory in 2002, before going on to win the Eurovision Young Musicians competition in Lucerne in 2004. At her Budapest debut, she will play one of the most popular works in the violin concerto repertoire. more »
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