35 years ago, on 23 May 1987, the 3rd programme of Hungarian Radio took Béla Bartók’s name. We asked Channel Director Márton Devich about the past 35 years.
After a forced two-year break, the Handel Festival is primed and ready for its grand anniversary season.
György Kurtág’s opera Fin de partie (The Endgame) was a great success at the Garnier Opera in Paris as well. The first reviews highlight its humanity.
The newest, second album in the series of world premiere recordings by the Warsaw Philharmonic which had its premiere on 20 May.
ArtUniverse was established to support creative people around the world who study and work in performing arts, theatre directing, visual and multimedia arts.
From mid-June to September, the Vienna Insurance Group (VIG) headquarters will be wrapped with a work entitled Together by Dóra Maurer.
János Arany has been honoured with a plaque in the Welsh town of Montgomery, immortalised in his famous ballad The Bards of Wales.
MIRROR, the Éva Duda Company’s 10th anniversary production, will be performed in New York at the end of May.
The “Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity” conference and International physical theatre lab will be happening in Laubegg Castle – Austria from July 20-29.
The basic idea of the Danube Small Project Fund is to provide an uncomplicated funding platform for Danube-wide collaboration that can disburse even small amounts