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Budapest Festival Orchestra – 9 counties throughout Hungary – 2019.

Free concerts of Budapest Festival Orchestra at famous sites in Hungary!

April 11 – 17. 2019!

Before … In Between … After!

Arriving from the Carnegie Hall,  the Budapest Festival Orchestra is also visiting the Hungarian countryside, then after travels to New York for their next concert.

Mid April fine time to enjoy music and landscapes that goes well together. Locals and foreigners visiting or staying at these areas are more than welcomed to enjoy their stay at the below venues!

The Tokaj landscape lovers can take part in their Synagogue concert in Mád, but also perform in the Makó and the Balatonfüred Synagogue. In addition to the musical experience in the House of Jewish Excellence in Balatonfüred,the exhibition titled “Jews and High Technology” also has a lot of excitement. The rabbis tell about the concerts, then Flodni (a traditional Eastern European Jewish cake) and the conversation closes the evening.

The venues of the temple concerts are the picturesque at Pannonhalma, and Szob, where the concert experience can be combined with a Danube bend excursion, and also at the Óbuda Evangelical Church – where not only the Hungarians, but as well tourist may have a taste the experience during the Community Week.

The band also thought about the young and the elderly individuals. Their music program can be enjoyed by the children of Pusztamonostor, Kiskunfélegyháza and Debrecen, while the musicians from Szentgotthárd to Kecskemét play concerts in twelve elderly homes in one week.

At Apátfalva, for example, once the group has already played been on stage. In the Great Plain settlement they loved the band so much that now there is a bus to be rolling over to Makó to see the rehearsal of the Budapest Festival Orchestra (BFZ)  –  Synagogue concert.

Be ready for the coming standing ovation! 

Update Aggie Reiter

The Queen of Celtic Music is coming to Budapest 2019!

Spiritual ancient voice in our modern days!

Probably not on my own by saying Loreena McKennitt the multi-award winning Canadian singer-songwriter and musician is not only known in her homeland, but even from Pine Island – USA to Melbourne – Australia and throughout the world thousands-and-thousands enjoy her eclectic Celtic pop music. She has performed in some of the world’s most-respected and historic concert venues, from Carnegie Hall to the famous Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain and for dignitaries including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and numerous Head of State.

She will be on tour in Europe with her “Lost Souls”, which is in line her 10th album and released last year in May. Within her Lost Souls tour will give 24 concerts in 8 countries, arriving on March, 29. 2019.  –  Papp László Budapest Sport Arena  from 8 p.m. Those who have already heard her music know very well that she brings lyrics into her songs of John Keats and W.B.Yeats poetries. Also a mighty influence evokes from Middle Eastern rhythms sound in her songs.

On Loreena McKennitt tour will be accompanied by Brian Hughes guitars, Arabic lute (Udon) and Celtic bouzouki, cello Caroline Lavelle, Hugh Marsh violin, double bass and Robert Dudley Philips Brian percussion.

Ms. McKennitt have had already 14 million record sales worldwide. Recordings of Gold, Platinum and multiple platinum status in 15 countries on 4 continents. She was nominated twice for Grammy and twice for the Juno Award and once for the Billboard International Award for Recognition. In 2013 was appointed „Knight of the National Order of Arts and Letters” by the Republic of France. In 2004, McKennitt was awarded the „Order of Canada”.

During the Fall the “Lost Souls” tour continues in Brazil, following in Argentina and Chile.

The organizer of the Budapest concert is the Danubius Music Production Office.

Until having your reserved seat to the Budapest’s concert, enjoy one of her previous awesome song of sweetness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzE32ChEp24

 

Update Aggie Reiter