Event Photos

Good Friday: Traditional Easter Egg Decoration

The Hungarian House of New York organized a traditional Easter egg decorating workshop on Good Friday. Dyeing and decorating eggs have a long history in the Hungarian tradition. Techniques and motifs show the same regional variety as Hungarian embroideries do. The wax-resist egg dyeing technique was presented and thought according…

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Four-hands Piano Concert for Children

Two Hungarian pianists, Zsolt Farkas and Andrea Várnagy played in the Hungarian House of New York on 28th January, 2017. The children’s concert at 12 am was an interactive, playful piano concert. The program included pieces by Grieg, Dvorak, Liszt, Ravel, Weiner Leo as well as poems by contemporary Hungarian…

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Christmas Fair 2016

The Hungarian House of New York organised and hosted a succesful Christmas Fair at Sunday, December 11. Seventeen vendors sold their ware, mostly handcrafted goods. Books, cakes, sweets, buther’s meat, handmade decoration for Advent and Christmas, special soaps were sold. Children were able to join to handcraft workshops. A group…

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The Life of Áron Márton

The Hungarian House of New York hosted an exhibition about the life of Áron Márton, bishop of Transylvania, who was prosecuted by the nationalist communist regime of Romania during the second part of the 20th century. The exhibition was organized by the Pro Patria Association and the State Secretariat for…

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1956: Milestones

Those forced to resettle, war orphans, so-called „enemies of the people”, students turned freedom fighters. . . and many others, lives, often heartbreaking at the outset, in 1956 resulted in a veritable flood of people leaving Hungary. The 1956 uprising and freedom fight is a pivotal point not only in the…

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Lecture of Father Ferenc Pál

We were very honored to have such an inspiring personality as Father Ferenc Pál at the House of Hungary. Thanks to the leaders of the Nyitott Akadémia and Kulycslyuk Kiadó for co-organizing the event. Thank you to Father Ferenc Pál for his exciting, deep and entertaining presentation.

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The piano concert of Endre Hegedűs

World-wide known Hungarian pianist Endre Hegedűs were playing a concert at the Hungarian House of New York organized by the Széchenyi István Society. Special thanks to: – Gergely Romsics – Balassi Institute, Hungarian Cultural Center, New York – Gábor László – Hungarian House NYC – Ákos Felsővályi – president of…

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