If a street festival can sell out, BALKAN:NOW did. For three days, more than 7000 visitors danced, sang and connected with the diverse musicality of the region in Veszprém.
During the week of our Halftime event, we hosted a delegation of 27 people from Veszprém’s twin city Tartu, and the South Estonia region.
The FOCUS on You talent program aims to support young classical musicians and composers in their journey within the world of classical music by providing practical knowledge for a successful musical career.
22-year-old German pianist Robert Neumann, ICMA Discovery Award winner 2017, has won the 2023 Audition of the New York Concert Artists & Associates.
In Veszprém, the European Capital of Culture, on 7-9 September, BALKAN:MOST will present the most comprehensive overview of contemporary Balkan music to date.
On 28 August, the 2nd Zoltán Kodály International Music Competition concluded with a Gala Concert and Awards Ceremony at the Kölcsey Centre in Debrecen.
The 16-year-old Austrian violinist Leonhard Baumgartner, Discovery Award winner of the ICMA, has received the Zoltan Kodaly Prize at the International Summer Academy of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.
Peter Gabriel and Sting’s favourite drummer Manu Katché and nu jazz emblematic trumpeter Erik Truffaz will perform at the Veszprém Jazz Festival.
On 26 and 27 August, the 2nd Zoltán Kodály International Music Competition continued in Debrecen with the third, all-decisive round, during which young conductors competed this time.
Join us for the thought-provoking webinar “Changing Times: Music (Education) Still Matters” for which we have gathered high-level experts from the field of music education and music practices.