Hungarian Events in NYC

Hungarian Folk Dance House at Fairfield at 29th April

There will be a Hungarian Folk Dance House in the Calvin ball of the Hungarian Reformated Church of Fairfield, CT, at 29th April 2017, Saturday, from 5.30 pm. Program: 6pm-7pm: dance teaching for children; 7pm-12am: dance teaching and party for adults. Teacher are: István Kosbor and Melinda Török. Musicians: Veronika…

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How They Lived: The Everyday Lives of Hungarian Jews 1867–1940

This booktalk event has been rescheduled from its original date (March 14) due to the predicted snowstorm. All tickets already purchased will be accepted on March 16, and all requests for a refund will be honored. Following the Holocaust, which saw approximately two-thirds of Hungary’s Jewish population killed, most survivors—if…

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Hungarian Poet and Writer János Lackfi Visits New York City

Hungarian writer and poet János Lackfi will hold a special creative writing workshop in New York City, at the 10 Thousand Steps Hungarian Bookstore for families, especially for children over 6 years, at 10th March, Friday, 6 pm. Adress: 10 Thousand Steps Hungarian Bookstore 516 E 11th St (btw A…

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Béla Pintér and Company: Our Secrets (New York Premiere)

Hungarian theatre group Béla Pintér and Company presents the New York premiere of its Our Secrets between 25-29th January, 2017. 1980’s Communist Budapest, amateur folk dancing, disturbing secrets, and government surveillance intertwine to form Our Secrets, performed by the internationally acclaimed ensemble Béla Pintér and Company. Infused with live music…

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The NOW Sound of Budapest

A fresh and modern take on Hungarian traditional music from the land of Béla Bartók, with a touch of the heritage of neighboring Eastern-European countries Featuring: David Yengibarian – 8PM Borbély Mihály Polygon – 8:45PM Meszecsinka – 9:30PM  On the Budapest scene Hungarian folk music, Romani and Balkan sounds, classical…

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