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Pumeza Matshikiza's Debut In The Budapest Spring Festival, 1April
“She is one of the most exciting opera singers of our era,” and “With her sensitive, lyric voice, magical stage presence and playfulness, she will soon be a bona fide international star!” more »
2017/18 At Hungarian Opera: 'Around The Ring'
The Hungarian State Opera’s 2017/18 season will get off to an unusual start, since the Opera House will not be opening its doors in September. The modernisation means that the season will start at the Erkel Theatre, and while there will be fewer programmes than usual, their diversity will match that of previous years: In this season inspired by Wagner’s Ring cycle, there will be 28 opera and ballet premieres, along with countless repertoire pieces, musicals, grand operettas, concerts, concert-format productions and family and children’s programmes. more »
Kézdy Luca: Deep Diving, Mupa, 29 March
There is a canard that the violin is not a true jazz instrument, that it is much better suited to folk music or the classical repertoire. This mistaken belief, however, would be vigorously disputed by anyone who has heard the playing of Luca Kézdy, the leading violinist of the generation of Hungarian jazz musicians currently in their prime. This is because she knows precisely how brilliantly her instrument can integrate into practically any genre, provided that it is handled appropriately. more »

Now On: Avars Revived Exhibition, Hungarian National Museum


Now On: Avars Revived Exhibition, Hungarian National Museum
Peoples migrating over enormous geographical distances, the rise of new religious ideologies, the transformation of political and social systems – early medieval Europe is not nearly as far from our present days, as we may think. This is what brought the European Union project entitled Connecting Early Medieval Collections (CEMEC) to life. more »

Hungary Marks Rákóczi Anniversary


Hungary Marks Rákóczi Anniversary
House Speaker László Kövér attended a ceremony to mark the birth anniversary of Ferenc Rákóczi II, leader of Hungary’s anti-Habsburg freedomfight between 1703-1711, at Rákóczi’s birthplace in Borsi, in south Slovakia. more »

Clocks Go Forward In Hungary On Sunday, 26 March 2017


Clocks Go Forward In Hungary On Sunday, 26 March 2017
Daylight saving time is also called summer time or daylight savings time. When DST is not observed, it is called standard time, normal time or winter time. On Sunday, 26 March at 02:00 forward your clock to 03:00. more »



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