This week’s film is Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011, dir. Stephen Daldry).
The 5th Zsigmond Vilmos International Film Festival will get under way in Szeged, in southern Hungary, next Monday, the festival’s director told a press conference.
Béla Bartók’s handwritten letters to the legendary violinist Zoltán Székely, who led the Hungarian Quartet, have been deposited with the Bartók Archive at the Institute of Musicology (BTK) in Budapest.
French actor and producer, Jean-Paul Belmondo died at the age of eighty-eight. His death was announced by his lawyer, Telex writes.
Thirty-two young pianists selected from 20 countries will compete at the 15th Ferenc Liszt International Piano Competition held in Budapest between September 12 and 19 which will feature such acclaimed artists performing as Olga Kern and János Balázs, the organisers have said.
When we hear a press photo exhibition, we might be surprised by the fact that, again, a year has passed.
In recent years, the Flower Carnival of Debrecen and the celebration on August 20th have been enriched with more and more accompanying events. It won’t be any different this year either, on August 16th, a multitude of flower carnival programs will provide meaningful and memorable experiences.
Classical music concert in the main square of Debrecen, choir concert in the Memorial Garden behind the Great Church, musical downtown terraces and Little night music in Dósa Nádor Square.
Join the last summer CSAK Design event today at Víztorony Debrecen between 11:00 am and 8:00 pm.
Preparations for the 2021 Flower Carnival in Debrecen are already in full swing.