The Hungary L!ve contemporary arts festival will be held in New York for the second time between May 23 and 29, featuring theatre performances, concerts, workshops and panel discussions, the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) said on Tuesday.
The traveling exhibition can be visited in Dósa Nádor Square until 19 May, which presents the heroes of the Hungarian Gypsies who took an exemplary role during the 1956 revolution.
The 2022 Eurovision Song Contest ended with the victory of Ukraine, which had a huge proportion of European public votes.
World-renowned Hungarian composer György Kurtág’s first opera, Fin de la partie, is being performed at the Opera Garnier in Paris from April 30 to May 19.
The Valley of Arts festival organised in the picturesque Káli basin, north of Lake Balaton, will offer more than 2,000 programmes at 36 venues between July 22 and July 31, the organisers said on Tuesday.
Three Hungarian exhibitions organised on the sidelines of the Romanian Design Week will await visitors in Bucharest between May 13 and May 22, the Liszt Cultural Institute said on Monday.
ImprovisArt, a disc by Hungarian pianist János Balázs, has qualified for the New York final round of the Music International Grand Prix in the adult piano category, the artist’s management told MTI.
The Kecskemét team has been participating in the biennial competition since 2002 and always achieves outstanding results.
The opening ceremony of Báb-Kincs-Tár exhibition will start on Friday, May 6th at 5:00 p.m.
A chamber exhibition presenting drawings by three Hungarian artists on the nightlife of Paris in the 1920s reflecting on the euphoria after the first world war opened at the Hungarian National Gallery on Saturday.