Posts Tagged ‘Italian Cultural Institute’

Concerts – International Guitar Festival – Budapest

19. Szeged IGF | International Guitar Festival

April, 9-12. 2018.  –  Budapest

April, 9.  7 p.m. Concert hall of the Italian Cultural Institute
Address: District VIII., 8.Bródy Sándor str. Budapest
Andrea Roberto (IT) solo concert
Giacomo Susani (IT) solo concert
Bozsóki Gergely & Funusual Quintette (HU)  concert

April, 10. 7 p.m.  Concert hall of the Tóth Aladár School of Music
Address: District, VI., 19-21. Szív str. Budapest
Dominik Carevic (HR)  solo concert
Jesse Flowers (AU/DE) solo concert

April, 11. 09:30 – 1.30 p.m. Cervantes Institute
Address: District, VI., 32 Vörösmarty str. Budapest
William Kanengiser (USA) masterclass

April, 11. 7 p.m.  French Institute
Address: District, I. Budapest, 17. Fő str. Budapest
Concert of the prize-winners of the XIV. National Guitar Competiton  Vác
Raphael Feuillatre (FR) solo concert
Tritonus Gitar Trio (Szurgyi Gergely, Molnár Levente, Varga Bálint)
Wine-tasting after the concert.

April, 12. 7 p.m. Budapest Cervantes Institute

Nagy Márton (HU) solo concert, Flavio Apro (BR) solo concert

(International Guitar Festival is the oldest existing and one of the major guitar events in Hungary bringing together the greatest players and hosting acts from all over the World. It is held on April 12-15, 2018 in Szeged and its region. Amusement for open-minded fans of all things guitar in diverse genres like world music (e.g. flamenco) and astonishing combinations with various art forms. Concerts take place in various venues such as concert halls, music bars, churches or your comfortable coach thanks to the live streaming. Interactive guitar courses for amateurs, students, children who can learn from noted musicians. Exciting competition for the best young stars of classical guitar and showcase with masterclasses, training programs. Networking platform for wits and curious professionals (musicians, managers, festival promoters, music institution directors, producers, music journalists). From 2018, the 19th year of Szeged IGF is involved in EuroStrings, the European Guitar Festival Collaborative which is the first European platform gathering 14 classical guitar festivals from Croatia, Finland, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Italy, Holland, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Spain, Portugal, Estonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina. This platform with an international reputation and professional structure enables promotion and education of emerging guitar players exchanging artists, events and one of Europe’s major guitar competitions.  https://eurostrings.eu/

The festival was founded by guitarist-composer David Pavlovits in 1999, he gave concerts in more than 30 countries. He is the head of guitar department at the University of Szeged which is one of the most successful and popular communities of classical guitar in Hungary.)

Update Aggie Reiter

FLASHNEWS: 3 in 1 breathtaking production – Italian Cultural Institution – Budapest

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Monday – 7 p.m.  –  March, 16. 2015.

Italian Cultural Institute  – Budapest – Giuseppe Verdi Club.

District, VIII., 8 Bródy Sándor Street

The performance is organized by the Italian Cultural Institute.

To-night an unforgettable show will  take  organized by  the Italian Cultural Institute in Budapest, within the 2015 series of programs. This evening  first  shoots off  with Talents in the spotlight … Respire! … CIE Circoncentrique – circus troupe!   Performers:  Alessandro Maida –  the lord of balls  a.k.a. Scarful Italian nationality and  Maxime Pythoud  – the Lord of the Ring , Swiss decent . The music composer  and playing on the piano will be  Lea Petrasso from Argentina.

Alessandro and Maxime met in Brussels at the all’Ecole Superieur des Arts du Cirque, where they decided to continue their  circus training, studies in their countries of origin. Alessandro, at the FLIC the Scuola di Circo di  – Torino.  Maxime at the École de cirque de  –  Nyon “elastique Citrique”.

As Alessandro Maida  said: “We like to think of the body as a possible and the impossible game”. Alessandro Maida and Maxime Pythoud are practicing together for over three years, and developing in complicating each other.

The Respire! … is an exciting and entertaining performance. The main „protagonist” is the Roue Cyr, and balls, manipulation and balance, circularity in the spirit of the movement, and acrobatic portraits in motion.

Required reservations: iicbudapest@esteri.it

Update by: Aggie Reiter

HERALD NEWS … ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN BUDAPEST – NOVEMBER, 5-14. 2013.

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XI. Central European Film Festival – Italy

MITTEL-CINEMA-FEST 2013.

at the Puskin Cinema – Budapest

5-14. November, 2013. 

The Italian Cultural Institute, the Istituto Luce Cinecittà and the Puskin Cinema in partnership by now will be  holding the XI. th Film Festival in Budapest. Once again the festival shows the actors,  directors and new talents where the contemporary Italian filmmaking stands by showing example panoramic view of to-day’s film industrial.

The MittelCinemaFest obviously contributes to a clear increase in the number of Italian films marketed in Hungary. In the year 2013. fourteen Italian films were screened in Hungary and many of those which have also featured within festival programs in recent years.

The opening pictures at the MittelCinemaFest 2013 will be: The Great Beauty, directed by Paolo Sorrentino,  which was in competition at Cannes among others movies. At the event will be present Anita Kravos, one of the actress in the movie. Within the festival’s program an outstanding portrait movie will be shown of Federico Fellini, titled: How odd my Name is Federico  shoted  by his colleague and friend, director Ettore Scola. Well-known directors, as  Giorgio Diritto and Paolo Virzi latest productions will be screened as well, titled: One day you have to go, and the Every single day.  Further pictures to be seen at the festival also  will be the Itaker – director Toni Trupial, who will personally  be present on the screening day at the Puskin Cinema.  On with the list of pictures to be on-screen will be: I travel alone director Maria Sole Tognazzi.  Good morning, Father!  – director Edoardo Leo will be the guest at the projection. Pinocchio – director Enzo D’Alò. Bellas Mariposas – director Salvatore Mereu. Rope Dancers – director Ivano De Matteo. Long live freedom!  director Roberto Andò.

In addition with the upcoming  pictures, this year will also be screening short films from the selection of the Riff 2013 (Rome Independent Film Festival) and Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2013.

The Italian films will be in Hungarian simultaneous interpretation or subtitled in Hungarian language. The detailed program can be found at the Italian Cultural Institute and the Puskin Cinema.

So … Italians working, living in Budapest … Go For It – Make Your Day, watch the movies in your mother tongue language. Also an “A” for practising the Italian language not just for the Hungarians, but at all stage for those in communicating in Italian language.

Tickets can be purchased at the  Italian Cultural Institute – District VIII., 8. Bródy Str. Budapest and/or on the spot at the Puskin Cinema –  District, V., 18. Kossuth Lajos Str. Budapest.

More information after the press hearing.

Update by Aggie Reiter