The Hungarian State Opera’s closing performance of Sergei Prokofiev’s monumental score and Leo Tolstoy’s historical novel “War and Peace” took place on 18 February.
Through the auspices of the local organization Coopera, Vargas began vocal masterclasses during the 2022 Debrecen Festival, and continued this year in February in Budapest.
THE LONG ROAD is dedicated to the central place of Korniss’s life’s work, the Transylvanian village of Sic.
The Winter School, organised by iASK, University of Pannonia and ISES, will take place from the 20th to 24th of February 2023 in Veszprém (Hungary) – the next European Capital of Culture – with a week of cultural events and roundtable discussions.
ICMA and NFM National Forum of Music Wrocław present a spectacular Award Ceremony Gala on 21 April.
Brescia-born conductor Riccardo Frizza was appointed as Chief Conductor of the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in March 2022. We asked him about his plans, the upcoming concerts and the legacy of former Italian conductors of the orchestra.
The 2023 Átlátszó Hang (Transparent Sound New Music Festival), offered a plethora of alternative music events from 7 Jan – 5 Feb.
European platform for music and territory announces the 38 string quartets that have been selected to join the project.
Gabriel Schwabe, born in Berlin in 1988, has maintained his flying height and consolidated his excellent reputation.
“There is no art without technique, and technical advances are an art in themselves: Both are creative acts”, explains pianist Ádám Péterváry, who has been fascinated by computers and technology since childhood.