Esterhazy collection to be displayed in China

Textiles and ornamental weapons from the Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts' Esterhazy collection will be on display at the China Silk Museum in Hangzhou, the Budapest museum said in statement on Wednesday.

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Valley of Arts festival to feature 500 programmes

The Valley of Arts festival, Hungary's largest all-arts festival held in three villages north of Lake Balaton between July 21 and 30, will feature some 500 performances spanning literature, theatre and music, organisers said on Tuesday.

Hungarian art historian receives Legion of Honour

Judit Gesko, art historian of the Hungarian Museum of Fine Arts, has received France's Ordre national de la Legion d'honneur for her efforts in further developing French-Hungarian cultural relations.

Hungarian maestros delight audiences at Inclassica 2023 with works from multiple artists

Hungarian stars present music by Alexey Shor in Dubai

Hungary's classical music heritage was on full display at the 2023 InClassica International Music Festival, as dozens of the nation’s musicians travelled to Dubai across the course of the month-long event, delighting concert-goers gathered together from all over the world.

Renoir, Csontvary, Gulacsy exhibitions in Budapest in 2023

The Budapest Museum of Fine Arts will host a large-scale Renoir exhibition and a show celebrating Hungary's Tivadar Csontvary-Kosztka while the National Gallery will present an exhibition of the oeuvre of Lajos Gulacsy this year, the director general of the two museums said on ...

Opera House announces Slavic theme for 2023-24 season

The Hungarian State Opera has announced that it is dedicating its 140th season in 2023-24 to Slavic music, with 14 premieres and 40 works connected to Slavic culture, General Director Szilveszter Okovacs said on Tuesday.

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Jury to see Pilate on August 22

Hungarian film competing for Golden Globe

"Pilate", a Hungarian film directed by Linda Dombrovszky and based on a novel by Magda Szabó, is competing for the Golden Globe Awards after being selected into the Foreign Language Film Series 2021 programme, the Hungarian Film Institute told MTI.

MÜPA festival marks 140th birthday

International artists celebrate Bartók

International stars, world premières and concerts broadcast from Europe's renowned concert halls will be highlights of a new festival celebrating 20th-century composer-pianist Béla Bartók that will be launched this spring.

Gulyas: Key cultural institutions to receive increased funding

Central support to the National Cultural Council's 17 institutions of strategic importance will increase by an annual 13.5 billion forints (EUR 37.4m) this year and by a further 17 billion forints in 2022, the prime minister's chief of staff said on Monday.