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Interview With Hungarian Piano Player Gergely Bogányi
"Internationally celebrated Gergely Bogányi, Liszt and Kossuth-prize awardee, who tours even more this year than earlier, gave a concert in the Lotz-Hall of the Paris Grand Store in Budapest. He played the Rákóczi March and the Mephisto Waltz, and in between transcriptions of Liszt to works by Chopin, Schumann and Schubert. An interview by Kornél Zipernovszky. more »

Live In Hungary: Santana, Budapest Sportaréna, 5 July


Live In Hungary: Santana, Budapest Sportaréna, 5 July
"Long before “world music” was a destination at search engines across the globe – or was even a genre, for that matter – Carlos Santana and the band that bears his name were laying down the tracks that would bring homegrown electric American music to the four corners of the earth. In turn, the music ricocheted back to our shores, filtered through the musical waterfalls of Afro-pop and Afro-beat, Caribbean voodoo-rock, and a dozen geopolitical musical zones that now regard Santana as one of their own. more »

Xpat Report: EU Presidency Ended With 'The Danube Party' In Budapest


Xpat Report: EU Presidency Ended With 'The Danube Party' In Budapest
"The three-day Danube Party festival marking the end of the Hungarian presidency of the Council of the European Union offered around one hundred programs on both banks of the Danube between 24 and 26 June. Apart from music, dance and theatre productions full of show elements, asphalt-drawing contests and projection of images, water processions, fair, and traditional Hungarian delicacies made the farewell party memorable. more »

Amnesty International Shows Solidarity With Budapest Pride


Amnesty International Shows Solidarity With Budapest Pride
Amnesty International members participated in the Budapest Gay Pride march in solidarity with Hungarian lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, who continue to face widespread hostility and discrimination in the country. more »

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