Budapest Spring Festival Budapest Fringe Festival Café Budapest Festival
 

Sep

20

A Budapesti Fesztivál- és Turisztikai Központ Nonprofit Kft. pályázatot hirdet a 2013. november 15. és 2014. január 1. napja között a Budapest, V. Vörösmarty téren megrendezésre kerülő 15. Budapesti Mikulásnapi- és Karácsonyi Vásár c. rendezvény vendéglátó-ipari tevékenységének ellátására.

 

Mar

25

 

Mar

24

A Vonzások és változások - 18-19. századi magyar festészet magángyűjteményekben című kiállítás megnyitójával kezdődött meg pénteken a 33. Budapesti Tavaszi Fesztivál.

 

Mar

12

The organizers of the Budapest Spring Festival regret to announce that the 24 March concert of Yuri Bashmet and the Moscow Soloists will be cancelled, due to illness.

 

Nov

6

The 2013 Budapest Spring Festival may well be offering on its second weekend what can be considered a festival within the festival: the Budapest Festival Centre has organized a programme that is in harmony with the spirit of the Easter celebrations. In 2013 Hungary’s most prestigious arts festival will await its audience between 22 March and 7 April.

 

Sep

21

Organized by the Budapest Festival Center, the festival will host the most progressive productions in dance, theatre and music between the 5th and 14th of October.

 

Aug

13

The Café Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival is one of the principal contemporary art festivals of Budapest and Hungary, an event series featuring today’s progressive art and artists.

 

Feb

4

Túrót eszik a cigány, Tiszán innen, Dunán túl – among many other songs, these popular Hungarian melodies can also be heard at the concert of the world’s most famous boys’ choir, the Wiener Sängerknaben (Italian Institute of Culture, 24 March).

 

Feb

4

Magnificent arias from Vivaldi, Haydn and Mozart, instrumental intervals by Gluck and Boccherini, two marvellous singers, a Viennese orchestra of international renown, a conductor keen on experimentation, and John Malkovich, an actor with a distinctive aura.

 

Feb

4

In 2007, at the age of thirty-three, he decided to take a rest and not give concerts for a year. But the return did not go as planned. A shoulder injury forced him to cancel his appearance at the 2008 Budapest Spring Festival, and soon the trouble turned out to be even more serious.

 

Feb

4

“I was born in the late seventies, in Brasov, Romania, at the foot of the hills. Which may be the reason why later I was so attracted to waterfronts. My parents are also musicians; my mother sings, and my father is one the best pianist and greatest musicians I’ve ever heard. At night they would perform in restaurants and hotels, and I had the privilege of listening to my father’s playing from underneath the piano,” writes Mihaela Ursuleasa, Romanian pianist of explosive talent in her curriculum vitae.

 

Feb

4

László Lajtha, one of the most significant Hungarian musicians of the 20th century was born 120 years ago, in 1892. His immensely rich oeuvre – which includes composition and folk musicology, education and liturgical music – compares with those of Bartók and Kodály.

 

Jan

19

Appearances by key figures of the world arts scene, novelties and world premières, traditional values and innovative aspirations, events offering deep insights and quality entertainment await visitors to the Spring Festival.

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