The Liszt Institute New York is thrilled to continue its highly beloved classical music concert series titled Hungarian Emerging Artists, featuring one of the most promising young pianists of her generation, Alexandra Balog.
After its highy successful world premiere in New York and sweeping success at the 21st Hungarian Film Festival of Los Angeles and the 19th European Union Film Festival in Toronto, the movie Semmelweis finally makes its debut in Boston on March 7, 2024 at the Harvard Medical School's Countway Library.
The Liszt Institute New York together with the Palace of Arts Budapest continue its cooperation to bring the audience some of the most engaging, entertaining and unforgettable concert experiences in a comfortable, online format in exquisite HD quality. Join us on February 23, 2024, on the Day of World Peace and Understanding.
The American Hungarian Educators Association (AHEA) will hold its 48th Annual Conference in person at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA. They welcome participation by academics, independent scholars, and graduate students interested in Hungarian culture, history, literature, linguistics, sociology, anthropology, political science, education, folklore, fine arts, music, and other related disciplines.