HERALD NEWS … INVITATION TO THE GOLDEN BELL AWARD – CHARITY AWARD 2013.

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THE INVITATION TO THE COMING UP GOLDEN BELL – CHARITY AWARD OF THE YEAR 2013.

  7 P.M. ON  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12. 2013.

AT THE KÁRÁSZY SALON.

Venue: District XIII., 36. Pózsonyi Rd. 4th floor, door number 2. (entrance doorbell number 20)

The award was founded by pianist Ms. Szilvia Kárászy in 2001.

Of what the “Golden Bell” award stands for … it  is given to blind and visually impaired children and adults who have carried out an outstanding technical or an act of human deed. The  most importance of  the prize is associated with love and respect, also an encouragement for the prize winners. The award may contribute also to people with similar problems to believe that they can also live as a full human being in the society and within their performance reach, win other people’s attention and respect. The impaired stories of the winner’s are also filled with a message for the well-sighted people,ie  to overcome above the life’s difficulties need the perseverance, love the fellow human beings and they are able to create lasting values as well..

The winner of this year’s Golden Bell Award goes out to Ms. Szilvia Agárdi, singer,  who will be introduced by Szilvia Karászy, pianist also founder of the Golden Bell charity foundation.

The guests will  be invited with refreshing drinks and Xmas crunchy munchies.

Even though  … let’s say it’s only two-and-half days to go, worthwhile to spend some free time and enjoy a relaxing  and emotional evening at the show.

Due to the salon’s limited capacity, willingness to participate at this show need to make reservation  with Ms. Zsuzsanna Glósz, dial:+36 30 650 5313  or shot an email to glosz@karaszyszilvia.hu. The entrance fee is 3000HUF.

The Golden Bell Award winners from the past:  In  2004 was Tamás Érdi – pianist. Other award winners in the children category were Eszter Geszti, music, Zsófi Lengyel, Sport. In the adult category: Ilona Legeza, Audio library for the blind. Boglárka Parti, Humanitarian action-supporting her fellows and their families in helping to accept the disability and learn to live with a disability. The Golden Bell Award winners of 2005 was Zoltán Göllesz – Nándor programe Office Manager.  Further  winners: Lidia Szluka – singer, Tamás Barkó – harp. The Golden Bell Award  winner of 2006 was the 15 years-old Ungarija piano quartette. The  Golden Bell Award winner of 2007 was László Reményik, writer, Mr. Mario Jánoki – performer. The Golden Bell Award winner of 2008 was László Ézsiás, performer-actor. The Golden Bell Award winner of 2009 was  year’s Andris Szabó, singer-storyteller. The Golden Bell Award winner of 2010 was Norbert Márkus, jazz pianist-artist-teacher. The Golden Bell Award winner of 2011 was Mário Jánoki, pianist-performer.The Golden Bell Award  winner of 2012 was Márton Csányi, pianist.

During the previous years the awards were handed over at the Grand Hall of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Vigadó Concert Hall and at the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall at the Palace of Arts at the ceremony within the  Budapest Xmas Carillon Concert.

Update by Aggie Reiter

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