THE HUNGARIAN STATE FOLK ENSEMBLE DANCING OVER TO THE AMERICAN CONTINENT

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ROLLINGING IN BUDAPEST …  NOW IN SPIRIT  … ROLLING  IN AMERICA! 

HERALD NEWS ACROSS THE OCEAN TO INFORM THE LOCALS OF THE “HSFE” – THE HUNGARIAN STATE FOLK ENSEMBLE TOUR ON THE AMERICAN CONTINENT!

When reading this latest update, the  HSFE  The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble has already flew over to the United States of America and have had their 1st U.S. performance. The 3 months North American tour began on Sunday, 15. September, 2013 in California at the Marin Center in San Rafael, and Canada. A little background about the U.S. tour of  the HSFE … Within a short time the MÁNE group is back in States for the second occasion. In 2007 they were performing with their show titled: „Hungarian Concerto”. Ninety thousand individuals were interested to pay a visit to their show, At the time being, the American concert promoter company had already indicated they would like to have sometime in the future the group back again.

The time has come with already planned 70 performances in the United States of America from East-to-West …  North to South and Canada.

The Hungarian Rhapsody is deeply devoted to the Hungarian folk music, rooted in the nineteenth century, This is full of character, with nothing unmistakable new genre that origins back-and-forth to playing folk and art music sidelines. It had powerful meaning to the Hungarian and non-Hungarian culture which influenced creators such as Brahms, Berlioz and Liszt. The „Hungarian Rhapsody” preformance is based on the marks of the genre itself, drawing on the tradition, taking inspiration to create its own unique dance rhapsody. The genre is characterized by Rhapsody, as a distraction, emotions, thoughts passionate surge of freedom of expression. Successive changes dynamically appear in images of the Hungarian peasant tradition of churning diversity. Most probably the audience will hold their breath when seeing the men at the acrobatics dances and as well, recognize the soft lyrical emotion move in the women dances, not to mention the virtuosity at the couple of dances. The beautiful melodies of folk culture can be visioned in their dance plays. The list of the performances dates and the scenes are wide, yet  there maybe folks  who will not be able to see the NÁNE in person at their city, therefore see below  the collected venues where they will show up and hopefully  for those of interest still will have enough time to go and have a little bit  of pleasure, an evening out at the traditional Hungarian moody dancer show.

The  dance theater titled „Hungarian Phapsody” will be on the road  and heading to these venues:

Tuesday, 17. September  – 7.30 p.m. Seaside, California – World Theater Thursday, 19. September – 7 p.m. Livermore, California – Bankhead Theater, Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center Friday, 20. September – 7.30 p.m. Folsom, California Three Stages – Stage One,  Folsom Lake College Saturday, 21. September – 8 p.m.  Folsom, California Three Stages – Stage One,  Folsom Lake College Sunday, 22. September – 2 p.m. Folsom, California Three Stages – Stage One, Folsom Lake College Tuesday, 24. September – 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Downey, California – Downey Civic Theatre, 8435 Firestone Boulevard Thursday, 26. September – 8 p.m. Las Vegas, Nevada – Artemus Ham Concert Hall), University of Nevada at Las Vegas Friday, 27. September – 8 p.m. Glendora, California – Robert D. Haugh Performing Arts Center Saturday, 28. September – 8 p.m. Lancaster, California – Lancaster PAC Sunday, 29. September  San Diego, California – Copley Symphony Hall Monday, 30 September – 9.30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Palm Desert, California – McCallum Theatre Wednesday, 2. October  – 7 p.m.  Alto,  New Mexico – The Spencer Theater Thursday, 3. October – 7 p.m. Santa Fe, New Mexico – Lensic Theater Saturday, 5. October – 7.30 p.m.  Quincy, Illinois – Morrison Theater –  Quincy Junior High School Sunday, 6. October – 3 p.m. Poplar Bluff, Missouri – Tinnin Fine Arts Center Theatre – Three Rivers Community College Monday, 7. October – 7.30 p.m. Edmond, Oklahoma – Armstrong Auditorium – Herbert W Armstrong College Tuesday, 8. October – 7 p.m. Columbia, Missouri –  Jesse Auditorium  – University Of Missouri Thursday, 10. October – 7.30 p.m. Fort Worth, Texas – Nancy Lee & Perry R. Bass Performance Hall  Friday, 11. October 8 p.m. Houston, Texas – Jesse H Jones Center Saturday, 12. October – 8 p.m.  Overland Park, Kansas – Yardley Hall- Carlsen Center Sunday, 13. October 7 p.m.  Germantown, Tennessee – Germantown Performing Arts Center Tuesday, 15. October 7 p.m. Oxford, Mississippi – Ford Center for the Performing Arts (1160) University of Mississippi Thursday, 17. October – 7.30 p.m. Preforming Arts Center – Georgia Southern University Friday, 18. October – 6.30 p.m. – 7 p.m. Richmond, Virginia – Meeting the members of the group  7.30 show – Modlin Center for the Arts – Jepson Theater Saturday, 19. October – 7.15 p.m. Fairfax, Virginia – Talk with the member of the group – 8 p.m. show Center for the Arts Concert Hall, George Mason University Sunday, 20. October 15.15 p.m. Fairfax, Virginia –  Talk with the member of the group – 4 p.m. show Center for the Arts Concert Hall , George Mason University Monday, 21. October – 8 p.m  Englewood, New Jersey – Bergen PAC at the John Harms Center Wednesday, 23. October –  7 p.m. Champaign-Urbana, Illinois – Foellinger Great Hall , Krannert Center – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Thursday, 24. October -10 a.m.  Cape Girardeau, Missouri – Krannert Center Bedell Performing Hall Southeast Missouri State Universit, Dept. of Theater and Dance Friday, 25. October – 8 p.m. Springfield, Illinois – Sangamon Auditorium , University of Illinois at Springfield Saturday, 26. October. 8 p.m.  Carmel, Indiana – The Palladium , Center for the Performing Arts Sunday, 27. October – 3 p.m. Clinton Township, Michigan – Macomb Center For Performing Arts Monday, 28. October – 7.30 p.m.  Greeneville, Tennessee – Niswonger Performing Arts Center Tuesday, 29. October – 7 p.m. Ashland, Kentucky – Paramount Arts Center Wednesday, 30. October- 7.30 p.m.  Zanesville, Ohio – Secrest Auditorium Friday, 1. November – 8 p.m.  Mamaroneck, New York – Emelin Theater  for the Performing Arts Saturday, 2. November – 3 p.m.  Albany, New York – Hart Theater ,Empire State Plaza Sunday, 3. November – 3 p.m. Philadelphia , Pennsylvania – Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts Monday, 4. November – 7.30 p.m. Annapolis, Maryland – Alumni Hall, United States Naval Academy Thursday, 7. November – 8 p.m. Stamford, Connecticut – Palace Theater, Stamford Center for the Arts Friday, 8. November 8 p.m. –  Poughkeepsie, New York – Bardavon 1869 Opera House Saturday, 9. November – 3 p.m.  New Brunswick, New Jersey – State Theater Minday, 11. November – 7.30 p.m. Newport News , Virginia – Ferguson Center for the Arts, Christopher Newport University Tuesday, 12. November – 7.30 p.m. Frederick, Maryland – Weinberg Center for the Arts (1500) Thursday, 14. November – 7.30 p.m.  Providence, Rhode Island – Roberts Auditorium , Rhode Island College Friday, 15. November 8 p.m. Morristown, New Jersey – Community Theater, Mayo Arts Center Saturday, 16. November – 7 p.m. Manassas, Virginia – Talk with the member of the group – 8 p.m. show Merchant Hall, Hylton Performing Arts Center, Prince William Campus at Geo. Mason University Sunday, 17. November – 3 p.m. Bayside/Bronx, New York – Queensborough Community College Theater, Queensboro Community College – 8-p.m. show at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts Monday, 18. November – 8 p.m. Binghamton, New York – Concert Theater, Anderson Center for the Arts, Binghamton University Tuesday, 19. November – 7.30 p.m. Buffalo, New York Main Stage, Center for the Arts, SUNY Buffalo Thursday, 21. November –  7.30 p.m. Cleveland, Ohio – State Theater, Playhouse Square Foundation Friday, 22. November – 8 p.m. Chicago, Illinois – Auditorium Theater Saturday, 23. November  – 8 p.m. Detroit, Michigan – Music Hall Center For Performing Arts Sunday, 24. November – 7.30 p.m. Welland, Ontario Canada – Dr. J. M. Ennis Auditorium , Centennial Secondary School Monday, 25. November – 8 p.m Toronto, Ontario Canada – Roy Thomson Hall Tuesday, 26. November – 8 p.m. Montreal, Quebec Canada – Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Place des Arts de Montréal Wednesday, 27. November – 8 p.m. Ottawa, Ontario Canada – Alongonquin College Commons Theater Thursday, 28. November – 7.30 p.m. Kingston, Ontario Canada – Grand Theater Friday, November – 10.30 a.m. Kingston, Ontario Canada Grand Theater Tuesday, 3. December  – 8 p.m. Boca Raton, Florida Century Village Theater at Boca Raton Wednesday, 4. December – 7 p.m. Fort Pierce, Florida Sunrise Theatre of the Performing Arts Thursday, 5. December – 10.30 a.m. Fort Pierce, Florida Sunrise Theatre of the Performing Arts – for students performances Friday, 6. December – 7.30 p.m. Orange Park, Florida Thrasher – Horne Center for the Arts St. Johns River Community College Sunday, 8. December – 2 p.m. Clearwater, Florida Ruth Eckerd Hall Richard B. Baumgardner Center for the Performing Arts Tuesday, 10 December – 8 p.m. West Palm Beach, Florida Century Village Theater at West Palm Beach Wednesday, 11. December –  8 p.m.  Pembroke Pines, Florida Century Village Theater at Pembroke Pines Friday, 13. December – 8 p.m. Sarasota, Florida Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Sunday, 15. December – 8 p.m.  West Palm Beach, Florida Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall – Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

The show goes on with the  Hungarian State Folk Dance Ensemble’s choir and orchestra.

Update Aggie Reiter

Photos  József Lantai

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