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National Philharmonic Orchestra, National Concert Hall Budapest, 25 Jan
The emblematic orchestral works of the late Romantic period, Richard Strauss’s symphonic poems, and the symphonies of Bruckner and Mahler all enjoy a special place in the repertoire of the Hungarian National Philharmonic. Mahler’s Symphony No. 7 is also known as the Song of the Night because of its two distinctive Nachtmusik movements. more »
Day Of Hungarian Culture Marked
Celebrations, cultural programmes were held nation-wide on Sunday, ahead of the Day of Hungarian Culture marked each year on January 22. In Budapest, celebrations with an exhibition of ceramic artist Zsuzsa Pannonhalmi were organised by the Hungarian Arts Acedmy (MMA) and the Hungarian Civil Cooperation Association at the Danube Palace. more »
Day Of Hungarian Culture Marked
Celebrations, cultural programmes were held nation-wide on Sunday, ahead of the Day of Hungarian Culture marked each year on January 22. In Budapest, celebrations with an exhibition of ceramic artist Zsuzsa Pannonhalmi were organised by the Hungarian Arts Acedmy (MMA) and the Hungarian Civil Cooperation Association at the Danube Palace. more »

Now On: 'Capa +' Exhibition, Hungarian National Gallery Budapest


Now On: 'Capa +' Exhibition, Hungarian National Gallery Budapest
What was Robert Capa? A restless migrant who could never settle down? A photo-reporter and war journalist who was also a writer and film-maker? A hero, praised by the best writers of his generation? A charmeur loved by women? A man with a passion for gambling? What do we know about him? Do we know what constraints and expectations shaped his career? more »

Invitation: NAWA Regifting Exchange Event, Budapest, 29 January


Invitation: NAWA Regifting Exchange Event, Budapest, 29 January
Did you receive a gift this holiday season that’s not your taste? Do you have items lying around your house that you just never use? We have the perfect way to freshen up for the New Year… the NAWA Regifting Exchange! more »

Now On: Béla Kása Photography Exhibition, Palace Of Arts Budapest


Now On: Béla Kása Photography Exhibition, Palace Of Arts Budapest
Béla Kása was born in Pécs in 1952 and graduated in photography from the College of Fine Arts in Cologne in 1979. His photographic journals of folk art were inspired by his travels in Transylvania in 1973, during which time he fell under the spell of the region’s centuries-old traditions and folk music. He learned to play the viola and double bass and began to collect folk music, while taking pictures of village folk musicians. more »



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