Studio 11 is 60 years old – interview with Gyula Tóth

We try to keep our history alive, and fortunately there are opportunities to do so – says band leader Gyula Tóth about Studio 11.

Bartók meets ska: PASO launches its new album!

Victor Rice met Hungarian PASO through his passion for Bartók. Is Jamaican ska similar to Central and Eastern European music? Come and see!

What childhood fear fantasies did Ligeti have…?

Requiem by Ligeti has an indescribably powerful effect on the listener and brings us to a true catharsis that stays with us for long.

Neptune Frost: Open Your Soul and Dare to Give In

Young adults escape from their village, and establish a new, revolutionary collective against the ruling authoritarian regime.

Inside: Is No Man an Island or Every Man an Island?

Nemo, an artist turned art aficionado slash art thief, gets trapped inside a monochrome art gallery-esque penthouse.

After Yang Review: There Is No Something Without Nothing

Yang, a certified and refurbished AI assistant beloved by his human family, needs a quick fix after a sudden breakdown.

Studio 11 is 60 years old – interview with Gyula Tóth

We try to keep our history alive, and fortunately there are opportunities to do so – says band leader Gyula Tóth about Studio 11.

Bartók meets ska: PASO launches its new album!

Victor Rice met Hungarian PASO through his passion for Bartók. Is Jamaican ska similar to Central and Eastern European music? Come and see!

What childhood fear fantasies did Ligeti have…?

Requiem by Ligeti has an indescribably powerful effect on the listener and brings us to a true catharsis that stays with us for long.

Neptune Frost: Open Your Soul and Dare to Give In

Young adults escape from their village, and establish a new, revolutionary collective against the ruling authoritarian regime.

Inside: Is No Man an Island or Every Man an Island?

Nemo, an artist turned art aficionado slash art thief, gets trapped inside a monochrome art gallery-esque penthouse.

After Yang Review: There Is No Something Without Nothing

Yang, a certified and refurbished AI assistant beloved by his human family, needs a quick fix after a sudden breakdown.

Mísia – and her melancholic, brooding, passionate fado

Mísia uses innovative techniques because she aims to preserve the values of traditional fado while adding something new to the genre.

You might see Martin Grubinger on stage for the last time

Martin Grubinger is famous for practising until he collapses in the rehearsal room, and when he wakes up again, he sits back to the drums…

Bea Palya welcomes Estonian Mari Kalkun to Hungary

Bea Palya and Mari Kalkun in Tallinn and soon found that they understood each other very well, both musically and personally.

Ivan Repušić: I Lombardi and Nabucco are twin plays – an interview

Earlier Verdi operas are rarely performed, but the line-up of the Munich Radio Orchestra is optimal for these works – Ivan Repušić explains.

Ferenc Szijj and the little man lost in the intricate system

Humour, as Ferenc Szijj does it, offers a predominantly absurd and grotesque quality and an ironic tone, similar to István Örkény.

Did Borodin really write Prince Igor?

Married for love, Borodin became a champion of women’s rights under the influence of his wife, the pianist Ekaterina Protapopova.

Frau Holle is a children’s opera this time

The story of Frau Holle describes an important characteristic of being ready for school – a sense of responsibility.

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