Budapest Panorama



PROGRAMMES IN BUDAPEST

Palace of Arts / Bartók National Concert Hall

Sinéad O’Connor - I’m not Bossy, I’m the Boss

She was twenty when she recorded The Lion and the Cobra in 1987, one of the most powerful debut albums of the age...

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Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art

/////////fur////: no pain no game

The name //////////fur//// covers two media artists and art critics, gadget artists and game designers, Volker Morawe and Tilmann Reiff.

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Palace of Arts / Bartók National Concert Hall

Gregory Porter and the Modern Art Orchestra

Everyone knows him as the singer in the flat cap. And yet Gregory Porter is just as easily identifiable from his voice, and as a jazz singer with one of the most steeply ascending career curves.

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Hungarian National Gallery

RIPPL-RÓNAI AND MAILLOL

József Rippl-Rónai had at least as great an impact on modern Hungarian art as Aristide Maillol had on modern European sculpture. The friendship between these two influential artists, and the artistic documents of their relationship, are the focus of an exhibition.

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Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art

Photographed by Vilmos Zsigmond

Oscar-winning Vilmos Zsigmond, the awardee of a great many prestigious international cinematic and achievement honours, became seriously interested in photography in the early 1950s, while still in Hungary. Presenting some 150 photographs, this exhibition offers an insight into Vilmos Zsigmond’s art as a photographer.

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Vigadó

Hungarian Cello Orchestra

The Budapest Cello Ensemble was founded in 1996, with members working for symphonic orchestras in Budapest (as the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hungarian National Philharmonic, and the Hungarian Radio Symphonic Orchestra). The founders were motivated by the example of such ensembles of international fame as The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Palace of Arts / Festival Theatre

BIRDIE - A world premiere by the Compagnie Pál Frenák

Seclusion and isolation. Freedom and boundlessness. The new production of choreographer Pál Frenák concerns the walls within and without, our barriers and ways to cross them, whether they be psychological, historical, social or physical obstacles.

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